We all deserve a bit of pampering from time to time, and Elaia Spa, located in the Hyatt […]
Summer is when Seattle is at its most vibrant, coming alive with gorgeous colors and exciting activities! Fun in the sun can sometimes be a little taxing on the skin, with the sun’s harsh UV rays and the drying climate.
Owner and Esthetician Erika Kennedy provides an array of services including waxing, tinting for brows and lashes, custom facials, lash extensions, and microblading. Erika recently welcomed Rebecca Reali who is a massage therapist trained in Swedish, Ayurvedic, deep tissue, aromatherapy and bamboo massage. Located in downtown on 5th Avenue, street parking is hard to find and nearby parking garages are pricey—walking, busing, or taking a Lyft might be the easiest options.
Pamper yourself with pumpkin, spice & everything nice.
In this edition of Treat Yo Self, we feature The Spa at Cedarbrook located just south of Seattle near SeaTac Airport on 18 acres of restored wetlands. As we turn into pumpkin season, The Spa at Cedarbrook, and sister property The Spa at Semiahmoo, within the recently restored seaside Semiahmoo Resort, Golf and Spa on the pristine shores of Semiahmoo Bay in Blaine, are featuring pumpkin inspired spa treatments available throughout fall.
Spend all day at this relaxing day spa.
In this edition of Treat Yo Self, we feature the Korean Body Scrub from Olympus Spa in Lynnwood. This traditional service has been performed for thousands of years to exfoliate dead skin cells using soap and scrub mitts. It cleanses and smooths skin and improves body circulation. The service requires a daily entry pass ($38) to the day spa that gives you access to
A luxurious experience in this urban water sanctuary.
In this edition of Treat Yo Self, we feature the hydrotherapy circuit at Yuan Spa in Bellevue downtown. The benefits of the hydrotherapy circuit include muscular stimulation, absorption of elements, detoxification, and skin conditioning. Yuan Spa is a relaxing experience and provides an
Float your stresses away in an epsom salt water bath.
I am excited to introduce a new Seattleite column that is dedicated to places that promote honoring your mind, body, soul, and a little self-indulgence too—“Treat Yo Self” will showcase some of our favorite spots that promote self-care. I personally find myself getting caught up being “busy”, stressed, and packing every moment of my waking day with work, activities, people, screens, and social media. In the
Treat yo skin.
Prepare your skin for the airplane air and over-eating extravaganzas of the holiday season with a facial at Skoah. The Canadian spa describes their treatments as “personal training for your skin”. They have three new locations in Seattle (Bellevue, Downtown and Capitol Hill) and they’re are offering
Sit back and relax with the ultimate spa getaway.
You work hard so reward yourself with some well-deserved relaxation at a top-notch spa. Instead of getting a 30-minute massage downtown make your next vacation a spacation and get whisked away to a relaxation paradise.