Whether you’re new to massage or are looking to broaden your horizons, you’re sure to find a style that’s right for you.
Most widely known as a ski resort, Whistler, which was also the host mountain resort for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, is much more than just a winter destination. Vast mountains and a nature-loving spirit make Whistler a perfect scenic getaway for any type of traveler, snow or shine.
According to the International Spa Association, the number one reason people go to spas is to reduce or relieve stress, and the number one treatment continues to be the Swedish massage. Why not branch out and try something new with Deal Days right around the corner?
My spa day commenced with an Epsom salt foot soak and a glass of organic tea in the Kipahulu Relaxation Room. This area is also known as “Maui Under the Stars” because the ceiling looks like a nighttime sky lit by constellations (fiber optic twinkling lights). The initial salt soak helped me relax, from toe to head, as native Hawaiian music played in the background.