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Named for the Japanese word for ?cure,? Iyashi Bedrock Spa takes an innovative approach to healing by beckoning visitors into its all-natural Japanese ganbanyoku rock bathing suites. Since its inception, Iyashi has been featured in numerous media outlets including E! Spa Trend Alert, which mentions Iyashi is "the latest Spa secret that has athletes and celebrities rolling around on a bed of rocks." Athlete visitors include Katie Tsuyuki, a snowboard competitor in the 2014 Olympics. New Beauty Magazine also named it one of the top five unique spas in the world for its more than 20 beds of imported black silica rock that boast detoxifying and relaxing effects. Hot water runs beneath these slabs, heating them to approximately 44 degrees Celsius in a room held at 60 per cent humidity to create an atmosphere reminiscent of a rainforest. The treatment room feels like a cross between a low heat sauna and a mild steam room in which clients place a towel down and lie for 20 minutes at a time, basking in the sounds of soothing music before stepping out into the cool-down room. This process is repeated for an hour as the stones suffuse bodies with far-infrared rays and negative ions that can help to loosen tight muscles, burn calories, improve circulation, and boost the immune system. The 16-student yoga classes helped the studio earn "top 10 in Toronto" honors from blogTO and LexiYoga.

2662 Yonge St
Toronto,
ON
CA

Many pregnant women are preoccupied with cravings for pickles and ice cream. When Nilla Petta was expecting, she was preoccupied with an idea for a small business. A certified massage therapist, aesthetician, and former Aveda representative, Nilla had always wanted to open her own business but lacked the necessary inspiration. Her pregnancy solved that problem—during her maternity leave, she set about creating a spa where parents and children could relax together. Named after her daughter Soleil, Sunny Mummy Spa invites moms to enjoy prenatal and postnatal massages, recreate pregnancy glow with Aveda facials, and even breastfeed their babies during pedicures.

Sunny Mummy Spa welcomes children to take part in the pampering through mini manicures and pedicures, teen facials, and massages for kids 12 and younger. Otherwise, the childcare team in the supervised children's room entertains little ones for up to two hours as parents receive services, shop the boutique, or head off-site to run errands or spend quality time with their imaginary friends.

903 Queen Street West
Toronto,
ON
CA

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.

103 370 Queens Quay
Toronto,
ON
CA

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.

199 Church St, Ste 2
Toronto,
ON
CA

Amethyst Spa & Salon was founded in 1973 by Yvonne Wilson, who continues to own and operate the center. A licensed aesthetician and holistic practitioner, she has carved out a space where creature comforts tend to the spirit while practitioners tend to the body. Upon arrival, clients are invited to slip into a comfy full-length robe and sip on a complimentary beverage. After treatments, they can relax in the lounge, where soft music, a fireplace, and beverages prolong the effects of their treatment and delay a return to the outside world and to still-unfinished Yahtzee games in their 19th hours.

Of course, it's what happens between those bookend spa moments in that has kept Amethyst in business for more than 40 years. Clients indulge in a deluxe power repair facial, its fruit enzyme exfoliants coaxing radiant colours from the skin. Or, they revel in a warm seaweed and mineral mud wrap, during which botanical extracts send aromas into the air while nourishing ingredients work their magic. The spa also features manicures and pedicures, a salt cave, and a thermo acupressure massage bed.

1472 Danforth Ave
Toronto,
ON
CA

A celebrity makeup artist boasting a number of lauded clients such as Ford Models and R&B singer Cee Lo Green, Asha aids apprentices in nurturing their craft and inspires confidence in the modern woman with a bounty of beautifying services. During intensive weeklong makeup artistry certificate programs, the renowned makeup artist teams novices with industry professionals such as photographers, models, and hair stylists to provide valuable industry experience. A.S.H.A.'s in depth makeup workshops, such as Fashion, Editorial, Film, Television, and Bridal Hair, all cap at six pupils to ensure a greater quantity of individual instruction so that the makeup maven can help each participant reach his or her full potential. Customized beauty consultations and makeup packages for special events pair patrons with Asha, providing an opportunity to discover what products befit their particular skin type, lifestyle, and tornado-chasing schedule.

99 Atlantic Avenue
Toronto,
ON
CA