In Vancouver and the Sea-to-Sky Corridor, there are relaxing and restorative getaways to rejuvenate the mind, body, and spirit.
Icelandic and Canadian landscapes blended with Scandinavian traditions are the key to epic journeys into deep relaxation.
Rancho La Puerta isn’t a typical health spa and fitness retreat. Founded in 1940 by Edmond and Deborah Szekely, this serene, intimate, wellness sanctuary in Tecate, Mexico, is all-inclusive resort where guests can immerse themselves in week-long transformative journeys where nature and nutrition converge with health, inner peace, and personal growth.
The first of its kind in Montreal, Sabbya is a wellness hub that offers both noninvasive treatments and medical aesthetics, as well as an adaptogen bar and full thermal circuit.
Paying homage to the American southwest’s natural and dusty peache colour palette, Tierra Luna Spa and Sol Garden is a Palo Santo-scented sanctuary of style with creamy adobe walls, oversized soaking tubs, and innovative treatments , which can be undertaken indoors and outdoors to make the most of the mountain views and Sonoran Desert scenery.
Bathed in graceful mountain breezes and Pacific Ocean mists, surrounded by lush flora under SoCal’s fabled turquoise skies, Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa, in Rancho Santa Fe north of San Diego, is a place to rejuvenate and relax, please your palate, be at rest or be playful.
Spa myBlend at the Ritz-Carlton, Toronto, is one of the most luxurious places in the city to get pampered. The sprawling 23,000-square-foot urban wellness oasis feels a world away from the concrete jungle outside.
The rarified treatment at Four Season’s Sensei Lanai’s hale pool, one of many designed by Sensei’s spa, is like having your senses fine-tuned. Here, health and wellness are more than just standard massages and a gym schedule; it’s the potential to also harness the mind.
Spring is almost here, the perfect time for a dose of me-time to feel healthy, positive and energized. At these recently opened wellness options across la belle province, there’s a focus on European trends such as hydrotherapy circuits, salt rooms and pressotherapy to help the body detoxify and calm the mind.