The latest wellness and relaxation techniques and treatments are available at the newly-opened Magnolia Inn & Wellness Center.
Magnolia Inn & Wellness Center offers cutting-edge, state-of-the-art services such as cryotherapy, an infrared sauna, halo salt spa, float therapy, IV therapy, massages, a steam room, and a brand-new technology called the BioCharger.
“BioCharge is one of the most innovative technologies out there. There are up to 1,400 recipes available and we can pre-program up to 35 in the machine. People sit around it, just like they would sit around a bonfire, and charge themselves up with energy,” said Oksana Vizuete, co-owner/partner.
Magnolia Inn & Wellness Center also features Magnolia Café & Juice Bar plus six themed, boutique overnight rooms.
“I was looking for all these services for myself and couldn’t find them. I kept going to New York and other places. There has definitely been a big demand in the last few years. I just decided to bring it all under one roof and make it available for the community and tourists,” Vizuete said.
The original property, Magnolia Streamside Resort in Canadensis, is also undergoing upgrades and renovations.
“First, we've purchased quite a bit of acreage around the original property. Now we sit on 125 acres of undisturbed, pristine forest which truly intensifies that feeling of disconnection for our guests. We also debuted our Streamside Kitchen this summer, which is an outdoor, seasonal eatery,” said Inna Vityuk, co-owner/partner.
Magnolia Streamside Resort’s wedding venue is also being expanded with the addition of a 4,000 square-foot pavilion built along the stream. “The wedding venue is truly a unique, chic, and rustic experience for our couples. They get married in what we call the Enchanted Forest Chapel,” Vityuk added.
The resort features six freshly renovated cottages and three additional units which range in size from one to three bedrooms. Off the grid units, including treehouses and glamp tents, are also in the works.
“We purposely eliminated many of the modern age distractions. We don't offer TVs in our cottages and instead encourage guests to play a board game or make a fire,” Vityuk explained.