Moki Sauna Brings Outdoor Wellness Village to Mashpee Commons for Summer 2024

MASHPEE, Mass., June 10, 2024 – Mashpee Commons, Cape Cod’s leading retail, dining, and entertainment destination, has announced that Moki Sauna, New England’s only outdoor wellness village, will be located at 14 Bank Street for the upcoming summer season.


Moki Sauna, which was based at Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway during the winter season, will be open from Memorial Day weekend through mid-October. The open-air wellness village showcases wood-fired Finnish saunas and cold plunge cedar barrels, offering a unique opportunity to engage in the Nordic tradition of hot-cold therapy.  Moki Sauna also features rinsing stations, changing areas and a domed relaxation hut with lockers for personal belongings.


 “Moki represents escape, relaxation and rejuvenation, and we strive to bring warmth to the community and create a place to reconnect with yourself, friends or others,” said Mark Peloquin, Founder and CEO, Moki Sauna. “Mashpee Commons, a high-traffic retail and entertainment hub, is the ideal seasonal location for Moki Sauna. We look forward to introducing hot-cold therapy, a wellness experience that dates back centuries in Nordic cultures, to Cape Cod this summer. It’s an activity that all ages can enjoy, and benefit from.”


Reservations for two-hour sessions at Moki Sauna, which includes use of all facilities in the village, are highly recommended.  Upon arrival, guests are provided with sandals and a towel.


“Moki Sauna represents an entirely new experience at Mashpee Commons, and we expect it will be a popular destination this summer,” said Mashpee Commons Marketing Director Krysten Kelliher. “Moki Sauna is a perfect complement to the other wellness services offered at Mashpee Commons, including yoga, cycling and fitness studios.”


Additional information about Moki Sauna is available here


About Mashpee Commons

Mashpee Commons is a shopping and residential community comprised of more than 100 businesses and 77 apartment units. Its neighborhood boasts unique restaurants and cafes, one-of-a-kind shops, fresh markets, fitness studios and entertainment for the whole family. Located at the rotary that connects Routes 28 and 151, Mashpee Commons also hosts free year-round events including block parties, live entertainment, and holiday attractions.

Additional information can be found here.