From a modern hot/cold-therapy hub to a sleek fitness mecca to an intense Pilates workout, there are three new players on Toronto’s wellness scene.
In Vancouver and the Sea-to-Sky Corridor, there are relaxing and restorative getaways to rejuvenate the mind, body, and spirit.
Combining the wellness properties of hot spring water and Japanese shiatsu, this zero gravity massage is growing in popularity.
A short drive north of Whistler, Wedge Mountain Lodge & Spa is the fulfilment of a long-standing dream of the Holdsworth family.
For centuries, Bolzano has been known for its mineral-rich natural springs, which fill historic bathhouses and are channelled into spa hotels.
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.
Mrs. Bieber has done it again, harnessing all the yummy, glazed goodness and bottling it in attractive grey packaging to keep skin everywhere glowing and moisture barriers healthy.
11 skin-loving sunscreens with a range of features from tinted formulations, sensitive skin options, serum-like formulas, and even a makeup primer with SPF. There is something for everyone.
West of Hamilton in the town of Dundas, a grand red-brick farmhouse built in 1867 has been reimagined into the HighAcre, a modern boutique inn.