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What, Where, When
Treat Yo’ Self
Spa and Party Info
Before the Spa
● Hydrating this week is key. Try to drink a little extra water each day this week as we prepare.
● Sleep on Friday night. Seems obvious but let’s get real we are fun people.
● Please carpool. There is a rideshare page. If you are driving please arrange for a Designated
What to Bring to the Spa
❏ Bathing Suit
❏ Flip Flops
❏ Bathrobe (decorate yours to make sure it doesn’t get lost!)
❏ Lock for your locker (Note: Women may want to consider sharing lockers)
❏ BYOB (No Glass Containers)
❏ Water Bottle (We are providing cups but they are moopy and bad for the environment)
❏ Other Toiletries (We will be providing soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and scrubs)
At the Spa — See Schedule for more details
○ Stop by the kitchen for complimentary gourmet snacks all night long.
● Hydration Station
○ Let us keep quench your thirst with many exciting hydration options
● Roving Frozen Treats
○ Are you keeping your potassium up? Our roving Frozen Fruit Treat ladies will make sure
you are keeping up experince refreshing and delicious.
● Inward Outpost
○ With both a workshop space, as well as a dedicated sanctuary, this is the area to come
to get away from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the party. Need to center yourself or
take a moment to gather your thoughts? This is the place.
○ Inward Outpost will also be offering massages all night long, stop by for a mindful
rubdown. Massages offered on a firstcome firstserve basis
● Pool Room Stage
○ Sweet deep and sexy vibes will be curated around the main pool area by exceptional
Dj’s all night long.
● Sweat Room Stage
○ Need to get your dance on? Working on your bass face? Check out the dancing and
sweating going on in the second floor dance area to get your body movin’ and grovin’.
Showers (Overhead and Swiss)
Cold Plunge Pool
2 Hots Tubs
Heated Swimming Pool
● Russian/Turkish Baths
○ Stress Reduction
○ Immune System Stimulant
○ Health and Wellness Promotion
● Venik Platza is the massage of self or others with bunches of dried branches and leaves in
order to improve circulation. The dried branches are moistened with very hot water before use.
○ The Southampton Spa utilizes oak branches for this purpose. The essential oils of the
Oak venik transform oily skin into smooth, supple skin and acts as a strong
antiinflammatory agent. The aroma from soft, fragrant oak leaves soothes the mind,
washing stress away.
○ Venik is also known to improve circulation, strengthens metabolism, decrease the growth
of bodily pathogens, and prevent premature skin aging.
● Cold Plunge Pool
○ As the blood is detoxified, fresh blood is circulated, rich in valuable nutrients. The cold
water plunge returns these reinvigorated cells to the internal organs resulting in a
refreshed connection between body, mind and spirit.
● Valuables can be left up front with the attendant, while other belongings can be stored in a
locker (plan to share with a buddy!). Please bring your own lock!
● It is common courtesy to at minimum rinse your body before entering the spa to remove topical
products such as lotions, oils, and sparkles, as well as to cleanse the skin before partaking in
the shared facilities.
● Remember: Hot, cold, relax: Once you have spent time in the sauna heating up, you can to cool
off by sitting in room temperature, taking an ice shower, a cold plunge, or a swim in the pool.
● Cold drinks slow down detoxification. Drink hot tea to keep your inner body temperature up.
Spa Safety Info
Don’t “push” yo’ self; Treat yo’ Self!
Listen to your body. In the hotter saunas it’s obvious but sometimes in the less hot places like
hot tubs and steam rooms we tend to forget to get out occasionally because we are having so
There are heating elements in each room that should be avoided. The least obvious is the 3 on
the bottom of the wall in the steam room. They are small half circles that come off the wall at
the bottom of the left hand wall in the steam room and are very hot. Please do not over crowd
any of the rooms for this reason and mind the maximum capacity signs on the door of each
Typical stay should not exceed 36 minutes
Do not drink alcohol while bathing. Alcohol and heat combined put more stress on the heart.
Do not eat too much; your blood will be too busy with your skin to help with digestion.
Do not do vigorous exercises during your day in the spa.
Different bodies handle heat and cold differently. Do only what feels right for your body,
not what seems to be right for others.
WARNING: THE RUSSIAN/TURKISH BATH EXPOSES USERS TO ELEVATED
TEMPERATURES. IF USED IMPROPERLY OR BY PEOPLE WITH EXTREME
HEALTH ISSUES, EXPOSURE TO HEAT CAN BE HARMFUL TO HEALTH, CAUSING
OVERHEATING, HYPOTHERMIA, AND EVEN DEATH.
■ THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES MUST BE FOLLOWED:
● LEAVE SAUNA IMMEDIATELY IF UNCOMFORTABLE, DIZZY OR
● STAYING TOO LONG IN SAUNA CAN CAUSE OVERHEATING AND
● CHILDREN UNDER 10, THE ELDERLY AND THOSE TAKING
ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND MEDICINE ARE ESPECIALLY AT RISK
● CHECK WITH DOCTOR IF PREGNANT, OR UNDER MEDICAL CARE
IF YOU SUFFER FROM A SERIOUS ILLNESS OR HAVE AN ACUTE HEART,
CIRCULATORY OR RESPIRATORY PROBLEM, CONSULT A PHYSICIAN BEFORE
USING OUR FACILITIES.
(Information provided by http://southamptonspa.com/)
Schedule of Activities
121 — Jeff Omega
3:305 — Conway Jennings
12:30 — Who's Who
2:303:30 — Mambisa
121:30 — Jesse Johns
1:302:30 — Nate Dark
3:305 — Architect
2:303:30 — Michael Nighttime
Inward Outpost — Workshops
12:301:25 Protect Yo' Neck with Ashley Stafford
Learn partner and individual self care techniques for your shoulders and neck.
Convenient to do in your home or office, you can easily implement them into your
1:302:25 Meet Your Power Animal with Jeremy Friedman
Shamanic Practice for Wellness and Growth: Who is your power animal, and
what inner wisdom are they keeping for you? Connect with these guides through
shamanic ritual practice, and learn takehome tools that you can easily use on
2:303:25 Body Empowerment Workshop with Jess Koob
Come take a few minutes and learn to love ourselves. To let go of the pain and
the self doubt, and embrace ourselves as is.
3:304:25 Crystal Mist Healing Workshop
Join us for a workshop focused on integrated energy healing, where we will take
turns practicing on one another. Come with an open mind; leave with a revitalized
12:00 2:00 [Main Pool] Underwater Time Trial:
Are you part mermaid? Is Aquaman your favorite hero? Or perhaps you just like
to get wet? Well it only takes a minute to show off your flippers, kicks, and
strokes with this underwater race. Stop by the pool and we'll record your time as
you swim through our short course. The player with the fastest run wins limited
edition Bangarang gear… or a bubble gun (for blasting at friends the rest of the
evening). 1st, 2nd & 3rd place prizes awarded at 2am.
2:00 [Steam Room] Breathing workshop with Rob Potter
12:00 - 1:00
12:00 - 1:30
Protect yo' neck
1:30 - 2:30
Meet your power
animal with Jeremy
1:30 - 2:25
2:30 - 3:30
2:30 - 3:30
3:30 - 5:00
3:30 - 4:30
(prizes at 2:00)
3:45 - 4:30
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