The team at Vis Vita Medical Wellness and Regeneration Clinic demonstrates its commitment to effective beauty and wellness treatments by combining the traditional with the technological. Clients relax during 3,000-year-old acupuncture treatment while elsewhere, lasers and low-frequency waves target cellulite and adipose tissue. Skin-resurfacing equipment sloughs off the outermost layer of skin alongside facials that are infused with natural ingredients such as green tea and botanicals.
Nestled within the palatial and historic Fairmont Empress, the tranquil Willow Stream Spa serves as a serene escape from the stressful non-spa of the outside world. This deal is good for one of three treatments:
Pink Lime Salon & Spa has played host to beautifying treatments for more than 25 years. The business, which boasts features in publications such as Vancouver Lifestyle and Salon Canada, offers rejuvenating salon and spa services ranging from haircuts to hot-stone massages. Additional spa services include facials, which target dry, aging, or sensitive skin, and body wraps that use mud or clay bindings to help detoxify skin or tighten and tone the limbs, torso, and elbows.
Inner wisdom, transformation, and healing are the underlying tenets of Spiritmoves Healing. They're more than just catchphrases, though; the staff implements treatments that help guests achieve their physical and spiritual goals. Therapists offer massage and Reiki, for instance, to help regulate energy flow throughout the body and foster feelings of relaxation and well-being. They also offer treatments called The Way of the Heart Integration. A process that draws from electromagnetic field work, field psychology, and applied kinesiology, Integration helps participants overcome mental and physical blocks, thereby clearing the road for transformation.
Healing others has been a part of Neata Auttapong?s life since she was a child growing up in Thailand, where, as Fresh Vancouver noted, she began learning the art of Thai massage at the age of 12. Years of learning holistic practices from the top healers in Thailand eventually led Neata to Vancouver, and since arriving, she?s opened three Sabai Thai Spa locations. Perhaps the spa?s expansion can be chalked up to the waterfall of accolades it?s gained, including praise from The Express show on Shaw TV and from _Coco Magazine_in Japan.
At each location, staff members reach for ?minence Organic Skin Care products during nine types of facials, and they send clients home with organic products from Dannyco and SpaRitual. Sabai?s menus are also packed with 14 types of massages, which clients can enhance with aromatic scents, exfoliating body wraps, and a refreshing mani-pedi that leaves digits cleaner than Mr. Clean?s morning kids show after the censors get through with it.