Booking your body double a beautifying treatment at a tranquil day spa creates a soundproof alibi for days spent stealing office supplies and fashionable boots from Mounties. Make your stand-in stand out with today’s Groupon: for $99, you get a True Wellness package at Sabai Thai Spa (a $308 value), with locations in Coal Harbour and North Vancouver. The hour-and-forty-five-minute treatment package includes a custom detox massage, custom anti-aging organic facial, bright-eyes treatment, detoxifying foot reflexology, and a hydrating lip-plump treatment.
Begin your excursion into extreme wellness with a full-body Thai-style massage, which incorporates stretches, pressure points, and Sabai's special herbal oil blend to banish toxins to the fourth dimension, leaving your 3-D self buoyantly bouncing along the axes of Euclidean space. After you obtain time-space equilibrium, the anti-aging facial uses organic products to send you back in time, restoring your visage to a more youthful era, glowing and with designated expressions for teenage angst and Paul Anka adoration. Foot reflexology targets ancient foot maps to stimulate your entire system through soothing foot massage, while the bright-eyes treatment gently leaves image-intakers fresh with dewy-eyed delight. Like the misunderstood witch in Hansel and Gretel, the hydrating lip treatment will plump you up before sending you on your merry way with a magical cookie and a serene sense of safety.
The use of traditional Thai techniques relaxes mind-body-soulsack systems with a variety of soothing manoeuvres, organic herbal mixes, and a 15-minute trip to Patong Beach. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
- Thai massage techniques incorporate stretching, palming and the manipulation of pressure points over the whole body…The result? Blocked energy is released and awareness, recovery and vitality are increased for the guest. – Cathryn Atkinson, Sun
- Muscles melt, essential oils heal the skin, and everything from circulation to congestion is addressed. – Vitamin Daily
Sabai Thai Spa
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 Éminence 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.