The Lodge at Woodloch Blog

Where Nature Nurtures

We asked our Executive Chef Josh Tomson and Pastry Chef Shannon Croney for their favorite advice when hosting a party.

The Hostess with the Mostest

Knowing all that comes with the holiday spirit (sleeping well, physical and mental health, a boost of feel-good hormones…not to mention all of the love), we now know why we hold this time of year so dearly.

Give a Little Bit of Heart and Soul

Originally posted on The Lodge at Woodloch Blog:
Inspired by the season, Treatments Manager Amanda Clabaugh shares a DIY candy cane foot scrub. This cooling scrub will soothe tired feet and leaving you feeling invigorated and oh-so festive! Combine ¼ cup grape seed oil, 1 cup raw sugar,…

DIY Candy Cane Foot Scrub

Great Things Boutique has rounded up 10 days (and a few bonus days, too!) of specials – just for you!

10 Days of Holi-YAYs

The art of deep breathing is often something that is completely forgotten about during the hectic holiday season. Stress causes shallow breathing, while deep breathing brings a sense of calm.

Breathe in Gratitude

Originally posted on The Lodge at Woodloch Blog:
Massage is a powerful antidote to stress. It improves circulation, reduces blood pressure, strengthens the immune system & relieves muscle tension. But beyond the obvious benefits there’s a lot to wonder about. Few therapies are quite so up-close-and-personal. To help…

Getting the Most Out of Your Massage

It’s hard to slow down as a New Yorker who is constantly attached to her phone & works multiple jobs. I share the power of mindfulness and stillness all day long because it works & it’s powerful but that doesn’t mean it isn’t HARD.


We have worried over the hives the latter half of the summer with the excessive rain. We worried that the bees weren’t able to get enough time out of the hive. But, this week we checked the hives and our first year crews have sent us a strong message to stop wringing our hands – they are thriving!

A Honey of a Time in our Farm-to-Table Garden