Among eight massages, we are sure you'll find the one you need. No matter what type of massage you choose, our therapist will check what your needs and expectations are for the massage.
Please let spa reception know at time of booking if you are pregnant. Please let us know if you have allergies to certain oils, for us to use a substitute.
- Communicate with your massage therapist. Let us know, if you'd like to change room temperature, massage pressure, lighting, etc.
- Clients with long hair, it would be helpful to bring a hair tie or ask for one on arrival.
- Try not to eat before a massage session. Let your body digest your meal at least 90 minutes prior to getting a massage.
- Be on time or arrive 5-10 minutes prior to your massage appointment. If you arrive in a hurry, it may take longer to relax.
- Take off only as much clothing as you are comfortable removing. If you don’t want to remove your clothing, wear clothing that will be comfortable during the massage and will allow the massage therapist to move to get to get to the areas of your body that will be massaged.
- Drinking plenty of water after your massage will reduce the chances of being sore and flush out toxins.
- Don’t get up too quickly as it can make you light-headed.
Classic Body Massage (25min/50min)
Recommended if it's your first time at the spa or you don't get massages very often. Massage therapist performs various massage strokes in order to warm up the muscle tissue, releasing tension and breaking down adhesions. Can be light or firm pressure, depending on your preference.
De-Stress Massage (25min/50min)
Focuses on all of the stress points in the body. Releases tension and pain from your muscles and joints. Good for those feeling over-worked and need to relax.
Sports Massage (25min/50min)
Good for people with injuries, chronic pain or restricted range of motion. Massage therapist generally focuses on a specific problem area. Stimulates circulation of blood and lymph fluids, breaks down adhesions (knots in the muscles), and increases range of motion.
Hot Stone Massage (75min)
Good for people who have muscle tension but prefer a lighter massage without applying deep pressure. The heat of the stones warm and relax the muscles, improve circulation and calm the nervous system. Massage therapist places heated smooth, flat stones on energy centres of the body to rebalance the body and mind.
Prenatal Body Massage (50min)
Tailored specifically to the needs of pregnant women and their changing bodies. Massage therapists adjust massage techniques, focusing on easing sore spots. Decreases stress and promotes relaxation. Prenatal massage is always performed lying on side with pillows for support. Massage isn't performed during the first trimester of pregnancy.
Scalp Massage (20min)
Good for people with tension around the head. Stimulates circulation and relaxes muscles.
Foot Massage (20min)
Good for those who have foot pain/injuries or simply sore feet from everyday activities. Massage therapist applies various massage techniques to the foot that relieves pain and even decreases stress in the entire body.
Face, Neck and Décolleté Massage (20min)
Good for people with tension around the upper area of body. Decreases overall stress in body. Massage therapist focuses on head, sides of the head, forehead, chin, neck, upper chest and shoulders.