Elevate oxygen bar, menu of specialty IV treatments help guests adjust to mountain climate
Jackson Hole, U.S.A. – WEBWIRE – Monday, January 23, 2023
This winter, adjust to alpine elevation in style with the new Elevate slope-side oxygen bar, along with a menu of IV drip therapies offered onsite in partnership with Housecall Hydration at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole.
Hydration is key for adjusting to our mountain climate; higher altitude also can decrease oxygen levels, explains Spa Director Kimberly Jenkins. We are partnering with a local team of medical experts to offer our guests the ease of acclimating onsite. The new slope-side Elevate oxygen bar is a fun way to restore oxygen levels or guests can choose from a menu of IV therapies available in the Spa and in the comfort of their guest room.
The new Elevate slope-side oxygen bar shares space with the popular Fahrenheit Forty-Seven Champagne bar, creating a lively atmosphere for guests to mix and mingle while acclimating to the mountain altitude. Oxygen therapy allows the body to take in more oxygen than regular breathing, and can help restore energy after a rigorous day on the mountain. Sessions are available in 30-minute increments at a cost of USD 100 per session on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 4:00 to 5:00 pm.
Guests looking to supplement their healthy lifestyle, adjust to the mountain climate or restore energy and hydration can choose from a menu of intravenous therapy available in the Spa or directly in their guest room. According to the Wilderness Medical Society, at high elevations, individuals lose water through respiration twice as quickly as at sea level. Intravenous therapy can help correct dehydration, replenish electrolytesand administer vitamins in a safe and effective manner. Guests can choose from a variety of available therapies, starting at a cost of USD 175. Also available are added vitamins such as magnesium, zinc and vitamin C at a cost of USD 50 each, as well as booster shots for USD 75.
To book a service, contact The Spa at 307 732 5120.
Housecall Hydration is a full-service concierge team offering IVhydration, altitude sickness relief, immunity boosters, cold and flu recovery, and more. The company was founded by Lindsay Emerson, RN, BSN, former member of the US Snowboard Team and five-time US National Champion, along with Matt Zeleznik, MD, anesthesiologist ofGrand Teton Anesthesia and Medical Director for Teton Outpatient Services in Jackson, Wyoming. Zeleznik also serves as anAssociate Applied Examiner for the American Board ofAnesthesiology.