Carneros Resort and Spa in Napa Valley, California, offers family travelers a family-friendly roster of wellness programming this spring.
Available every Saturday through April 15, the 60-minute yoga session is geared toward guests aged 5–12. During this complimentary guided session, little yogis learn self-soothing breathing techniques and develop flexibility and strength skills.
Every Sunday through April 16, kids aged 5–10 can participate in an hour-long water activities session. The complimentary activity includes water games and relay races.
Exclusively available to resort guests, the spa offers a variety of relaxing and rejuvenating experiences, including the 90-minute Intuitive Massage or the Self-Care package.
Little Green Thumb Garden Tour
Gardeners of all ages may take part in the on-site farm experience. Meet at the resort’s on-site organic culinary garden and also spend time feeding the resort’s chickens at Chick Inn. Learn more about how the garden assists in the resort’s farm-to-table menu. While the experience is complimentary, reservations are suggested.
Cozy Cottage Nights
Unwind after a day full of activities at Cozy Cottage Nights. Enjoy s’mores making, stargazing, movies and games.
More family programming can be found on the website.
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