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5 Salons and Spas To Get A Pampering At

Friday November 6th 2015
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As the fall foliage begins to dissipate, it’s time to get prepared (mentally and physically) for the cooler days. Feeling overwhelmed at the prospect of winter’s imminent arrival? Soothe your soul with a visit to one of these five salons and spas in the East End.

Body Blitz East
497 King St. E.
Sad to say goodbye to those sunny pool-side days? No worries— Body Blitz has got the soothing properties of water covered. This ladies-only spa features a water circuit that moves you from salt pools, cold dips, aromatherapy steam rooms and a sauna. The salt pools aid in everything from pain relief to improved sleep while the cold plunge pool amps your energy levels and tightens pores.

Sweetgrass Spa
111e Queen St. E.
This urban oasis on Queen has a full-range of services, but has an especially good list of specialty treatments. Think a 24 Karat Gold facial if you’re feeling like you need more luxury in your life. The organic facial and the cosmetic gold leaf masque will leave your skin refreshed, and of course, glowing.

Elmwood Spa
18 Elm St.
Even our suit-wearing brethren could use a pampering moment now and then. Elmwood Spa has a Gentleman’s Retreat package that will melt away all of those tensions. Men can look forward to two and half hours of water therapy, a 50 minute deep tissue massage, a men’s essential facial and a take-home of their ElmLine Herbal Tension Balm. Pamper on, gents.

Rhythm Spa
199 Church St., Suite #2
Ladies with packed schedules and busy weekends can still get their Zen on with Rhythm Spa’s late hours. Rhythm is open until midnight, so after you’re headed home from the office you can stop in to get that manicure, eyebrow threading, waxing, massage or facial.

Aveda Institute
125 King St. E.
Colours, cuts and treatments for your hair can add up quickly, and paying less can sometimes result in a less than flattering look. Aveda Institute is a training school with very high standards and very low prices. Get a cut with an institute level student starting at only $14 or an advanced graduate for $40. Additionally, Aveda offers botanical therapy treatments, up do’s, colour and perms in a similar price range that won’t induce panic—just great hair.

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