Salish Lodge & Spa Unveils ‘The Hidden Terrace’ — Yoga by the Falls and Moonlight Massages

Yoga by The Falls class in the Hidden Terrace set atop the 268-foot Snoqualmie Falls

Salish Lodge & Spa unveils The Hidden Terrace, a new space that will host Yoga by The Falls, private events and spa treatments. This temperature controlled canvas and glass enclosed tent sits atop the 268-foot waterfall and creates an outdoor experience while providing protection from the elements when necessary on that cool or wet Northwest day.

Yoga by The Falls offerings include Vinyasa, gentle, and private classes led by the lodge’s newly appointed Director of Mind, Body & Spirit John Jessum (Jess). Trained in the Baptiste style of Vinyasa Yoga, Jess’ pursuit of self-actualization arts spans 30 years and weaves his passion into the unity of the community of those who come to the mat.

“I see each class as a journey of self-discovery where each participant uses breath as a guide to learn more about themselves individually and the world in which we live,” said Jess. “The opportunity to practice in a space like the Hidden Terrace that’s so close to nature yet protected from the elements is truly an unmatched experience.”

Hidden Terrace set for the evening’s Moonlight Massage reservation

Additionally, returning to the rejuvenated Hidden Terrace is The Spa’s Moonlight Massage. Those familiar with the lodge may recall this one-of-a-kind spa experience and will be excited to learn that it is once again available for reservations by both lodge guests and the public. Reservations can be made online at

Vinyasa classes are offered daily with gentle yoga classes available Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The intimate classes are limited to just 12 guests. The price is $25 per person for lodge guests and $35 per person for day visitors (includes unlimited access to spa pool, sauna and steam room). Private sessions with Jess can be reserved for $125 per person. For more information and updates on Yoga by The Falls offerings, visit To book reservations, call 1.800.2.SALISH or email

The 500 square-foot Hidden Terrace is also available for private events and weddings of up to 60 guests, offering an intimate and very Pacific Northwest experience.

Written by Charles Koh

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