New Native American Inspired Spa Treatment at Camelback Inn


Photo Courtesy of: Camelback Inn

The Spa at Camelback Inn is offering the Inpi Wakan treatment, a new spa treatment only offered from September through November 20, 2015.

While capturing the essence of Native American traditions, Inipi Wakan is set to inspire purification, relaxation and harmony while you find your personal balance with earth and nature.

The spa treatment is a 60 minute Native American healing treatment with mineral rich Red Clay Mud from Sedona. The mud is applied to the body and exfoliates and detoxifies muscles, leaving the skin soft and re-mineralized with a glow.

Ayate Cloth is used to remove the mud during a rain shower. Juniper and sage oils are applied after the mud is removed.

The ritual is complete after relaxing in a sauna to help absorb and inhale the juniper and sage oils to enhance the treatment.

The treatment is topped off with a massage that dissolves muscle tension.

The treatment for two hours is worth $250 and is available only on weekdays. For more information, please call 1 (800) 922-2635 or visit


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