The Everett treat yo' self guide

The whole point of a vacation is to treat yourself, right? Here are some great places to relax during your stay Everett.

Yogamosa



Most Saturday mornings in downtown Everett a perfect combination of things occur: yoga, mimosas, and brunch. If you're lucky enough to be in town over a weekend, don't miss Yogamosa at Bluewater Distilling - a fantastic distillery and restaurant on the waterfront. Practice yoga with local instructor Carly Hayden, then reward yourself with a mimosa and brunch. 

Cost: $25 (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a light brunch)
Class begins promptly at 10 a.m., so be sure to arrive early
Details and official schedule here.


Acacia Natural Health



This place is in a cool spot, tucked away in the hallway of the old public market building next to the Sno-Isle Food Co-op. Their services include massage and acupuncture, and also offer group rates, so you can bring your friends and get treated for a discounted price. Good vibes for the whole group. Check it out.

Acacia Natural Health
2804 Grand Avenue
(425) 258-8188
Website

Downtown Banya



Slavic and Scandinavian people have long known the secret to surviving the cold northern weather - saunas. Smack dab in the middle of downtown Everett, you'll find a traditional co-ed Slavic spa called Downtown Banya, and it's the perfect place to warm up while you're staying downtown this fall. One admission price gets you all-day access to the dry sauna, wet sauna, hot jacuzzi, and the cold-plunge pool - all you need to bring is a swimsuit. Banya also offers typical spa services like massage and facials for an additional fee. If you're feeling extra chilly, visit the Slavic restaurant, where you can feast on borscht and dumplings sure to satisfy all of your comfort-food cravings. 

On your first visit, staff members will happily take you on a tour of the facility and help you understand how to get the most out of your visit. 

Downtown Banya
2814 Colby Avenue
(425) 25-BANYA
Website

Body & Brain Yoga and Tai Chi



Body & Brain is a locally owned yoga studio in the heart of Downtown Everett at the intersection of Hewitt and Grand Avenue. It’s a great place to get a workout, then go out to nearby Choux Choux Bakery for made-from-scratch pastries or Loft Coffee Bar for a nitro cold brew coffee.

Body & Brain Yoga and Tai Chi
1319 Hewitt Avenue
(425) 512-9277
Website

Paddleboard Yoga



Yoga is a matter of balance—even more so when you’re precariously perched on a floating paddle board in a pool! All of that gently rocking wave motion fine-tunes your muscles, providing a surprisingly exhausting workout that seems as chill as hanging out at the pool. Twist yourself into a pretzel and align your chakras.

The classes are offered on select Saturdays year-round in a heated pool at Forest Park Aquatic Center. For details, visit their website.