9 Spas In Ottawa To Treat Yourself To If You're Stressed AF

You deserve it!
9 Spas In Ottawa To Treat Yourself To If You're Stressed AF

Everyone gets stressed out, it's completely normal. Some people decide to hide away and just sleep when they're stressed, and others want to pamper themselves or spend a ton of money while doing some retail therapy. I think we're all a mix of both.

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There is no reason to not take a day off and treat yourself to a spa day. Even if it's just a facial or getting your nails done, you deserve it! Work hard, play hard. Right? So here are 9 spas in Ottawa to treat yourself to if you're stressed AF.

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1. York Street Spa // 11 York Street

What to treat yourself to: Infrared sauna, ionic foot detoxifier, 1 hour sports massage (Fitness lover package)

Price: $170

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2. Strathmere // 1980 Phelan Rd W.

What to treat yourself to: Hot stone massage + a yoga class

Price: $125

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3. Peppermint Organic Spa // 1131 Mill St.

What to treat yourself to: Organic pedicure

Price: $50

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4. Spa Junkie Spa // 219 Laurier Ave W. 

What to treat yourself to: Maintenance facial with Dermalogica

Price: $50

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5. Vivianna Day Spa // 130 Albert St.

What to treat yourself to: A seaweed body wrap

Price: $125

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6. The Upkeep Shop // 358 Preston St.

What to treat yourself to: Pedicure, manicure, neck/shoulder massage (Me time package)

Price: $90

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7. BossArts Salon & Spa // 161 Laurier Ave W.

What to treat yourself to: Green science facial

Price: $125

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8. Daya Spa // 200 Dalhousie St.

What to treat yourself to: Natural eyelash extenstions

Price: $100

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9. Nordik Spa-Nature // 16 Chemin Nordik

What to treat yourself to: Thermal experience

Price: $53

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