Recovery Steam Social
9 – 11 a.m. @Royal Foundry
Next stop on the Thermaculture Tour is a pop-up at Royal Foundry during Center of Movement’s MVMT Series Celebration Workout. Relax and rejuvenate with some social steam and ice bath therapy after a complementary community workout.
What to know:
** Activating the body’s thermoregulatory system with hot/cold conditioning (i.e. sauna and ice baths) increases circulation and muscle recovery, which is why more and more athletes and fitness enthusiasts are incorporating various forms of thermic bathing into their wellness regimen.
** Stokeyard Outfitters wood-fired mobile sauna will be available for 15 min steam rounds on a first-come-first serve basis. Reservations available for anyone with a Stokeyard Pass by emailing email@example.com.
** Ice baths and bucket plunge also available
** Bring your bathing suit, flip-flops, water bottle and two towels (one to use and one to sit on in the mobile sauna)
Come for the workout, stay for the sauna steam, cocktails and live set from special guest DJ Kirkabee
The Recovery Steam Social is part of Stokeyard Outfitter’s Fall Thermaculture Tour and Center of Movement’s MVMT Series
About The Thermaculture Tour
In addition to the calendar of weekly reservations and special events at The Hewing Hotel, Stokeyard Outfitters also designs and builds mobile saunas (in collaboration with Custom Mobile Saunas, Sauna Times and Snowtrekker).
We’ve been storing our growing inventory at a spot in South Minneapolis we like to call The Yard, which we’re converting from storage into a mobile sauna spa, showroom and venue—and launching with a fall tour!
The Thermaculture Tour kicks off with a Steam Jockey Preview party at the Yard on September 6th before hitting the road for a few pop-up collaborations around town and circling back to The Yard for a launch party during Nicollet Open Streets on September 22nd. Tour info schedule
About the MVMT Series
The Center of Movement’s MVMT Series featured 17 gyms for Tuesday night donation based workouts all summer long. 100% of proceeds go to touchstone mental health, a local non profit supporting mental health programs and providing basic needs to individuals suffering with mental illness. Learn more about the Center of Movement’s community outreach programming here.