When she designed HealthWinds ~ The Health & Wellness Spa, owner Kailee Kline envisioned an eco-friendly, sunlit spa whose inner chambers provided the best in spa services. To this end, she accented the spa's white, geometric decor with natural elements, including stone and bamboo floors. In the waiting area, she positioned an inlaid, rectangular fireplace across from a wall that streams with water. She balances contrasting elements everywhere—even at the juice bar, which pairs freshly squeezed fruits with cookies, albeit healthy ones. Fashion Magazine declares that the combination of these welcoming amenities makes simply walking into the spa a refreshing experience.
But the lobby is only a hint of what’s to come. Private rain-head showers rinse patrons before or after treatments, and an herbal steam cave adjoins the women's locker room. In treatment rooms, highly trained staff members administer organic facials or aromatherapy massages using premium products from Hungary, France, and Germany. Many of these products are available for purchase in the spa's spacious boutique, where bottles and tubes stand side by side on whitewashed shelves, awaiting the chance to join the ragtag team of lotions in your medicine cabinet.
When entering Rhythm Spa, guests are greeted by a glossy upright piano. The instrument is a symbol of the elegance and comfort found throughout the expansive 2,500-square-foot space, anchored by private, themed treatment rooms that have been recently renovated. The spacious couples room makes the perfect environment for lovebirds looking to share a massage or enemies looking to bitterly stare at each other for an hour. The wide range of aesthetic services also includes an infrared sauna, facials with Thalgo skincare products, and custom pedicure chairs with jacuzzi sinks. Pre- or post-treatment, clients can enjoy a treat from the organic cafe, which serves espresso, coffee, handcrafted teas, as well as locally made vegan and gluten-free desserts.
Spa owner Maria is a perfectionist, according to a Toronto City Gossip columnist, who goes on to praise the spa?s ?demanding standards of cleanliness? and ?perfect? eyebrow threading. To help offset the costs of education, Rhythm Spa offers discounted student pricing on waxing, facials, and massage.
Kate Lee and Amy Yang founded IN Beauty MedSpa with the ambition to meld Eastern philosophy with Western technology. The clinic's specialists intertwine inner and outer beauty during spa services that range from facials and massages to waxing and manicures that polish the spirit's fingernails. On-site dieticians and physicians tailor individualized plans for healthy eating, exercising, and ascertaining the number of jellybeans it takes to get a stomachache.
Lee and Yang jet-set to anti-aging conferences around the world. They continually incorporate new cosmetic technologies such as the Alpha LED light spa, which uses dry heat, oxygen therapy, and near-infrared light to improve blood flow and stimulate metabolic processes. Other medically supervised treatments include focused radiofrequency sessions, which tighten and firm the body.
The expertly trained staff at Cirillo?s Salon Spa & Laser lavishes patrons with an array of soothing and beautifying services including facials and massages. Complexion cosseters can opt for a classic spa facial that whips mugs into glowing smile machines with traditional techniques, or a nondrying firming facial that helps reinstate pH equilibrium to unbalanced cheeks as it firms wilting faces with dimethylethanolamine (DMAE). Alternatively, sensitive epidermises can bask in the dulcet-toned healing of a harmonizing facial that thwarts reactive complexions? impulses to turn red and mumble when spoken to, effectively leaving emotion machines as calm and relaxed as a poolside-lounging cucumber. Once visages have been buffed and polished, an expert massage therapist unties looped latissimi and melts away deep-seated stress icebergs with a relaxing massage.
Among offices snuggled alongside Toronto?s waterfront, Queens Quay Medspa?s professionally trained staffers beautify patrons from tip to toe-tip via treatments for the body and face, along with weight-loss programs. Dedicated to combatting aging, Queens Quay technicians reverse corporeal clocks through services such as lavish facials that imbue visages with a radiant glow and spider-vein-removal treatments using lasers plucked from arachnophobic droids. The med spa?s team remains on the cutting edge of rejuvenating treatments with an arsenal of advanced technology and equipment, from the Aluma Therapy skin-renewal system to UltraShape slimming treatments. To further bolster patron safety and comfort, knowledgeable staffers conduct in-depth consultations before treatments in English, French, or Russian to ensure understanding and fondly revisit the Triple Entente days. Queens Quay Medspa also accepts insurance benefits.
NV Medical Spa's technicians have collectively performed more than 20,000 laser hair-removal treatments. That's 20,000 times they've fired up their equipment and shone its pulsating beams into follicles to shut down hair production on the back, neck, face, and abdomen. With so much success in this arena, it's hardly surprising the spa's two locations have rushed to adopt other light-based treatments; their IPL technology also treats acne, veins, and scars. But as with stock-car-pushing races, machines don't do all the work. Fueled exclusively by Dermalogica products, the spa's seven facials reduce blemishes and wrinkles and slough off dead skin cells, leaving faces looking fresh and youthful.