Scandinave Blog

Human touch: an essential need – by Cindy Montambault

Cindy Montambault, athlete and massage therapist, talks about the benefits of massage therapy for stress management and working from home.

Celebrating Women in Leadership at Scandinave Spa Whistler

March 8th is International Women’s Day. A day dedicated to celebrating women’s achievements and promoting equality. Today we recognize and celebrate all the fearless women in leadership positions at Scandinave Spa Whistler.

Resilience in Routine

By Dave MacKinnon

Balancing Order and Chaos with Nature

Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain recently commissioned local Biophilic Artist, Heidi Ehlers of Green Love to create two forest-inspired…

Feel The Love – Valentine’s Day At The Scandinave Spa Whistler

Can you smell that? There is an extra sweetness in the air. No, it’s not the invigorating smell…

Q&A with Ambassador Alexi Godbout

Quite popular among athletes in physical rehabilitation, hydrotherapy revitalizes the body, reduces muscle tensions, stimulates circulation and has…

The Architects Of Your Relaxation Experience Extend Their Health Wishes To You.

The team at Scandinave Spa Vieux-Montréal wishes you good health! Our simple and free loyalty program has so many benefits it could transform your single visit into a lifestyle.

How to Spa at Home

This year has been tough on all of us and taking time for personal wellness has never been…

How To Safely Plan A Visit To Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain.

Learn about the Spa’s online reservations system and last minute tips for access to the Baths Hydrotherapy Activity.…

This holiday season stay local and support local!

This year, buy local. In this spirit of giving, we have a special Christmas countdown to help you…

Experience the Scandinave Spa at Home

Turn your washroom into a spa! Here’s what you’ll need to make a eucalyptus wreath : some eucalyptus…

Wellness and The Benefits of Nature at Home

When we released our first blog back in April about how to re-create the Scandinave Spa experience at…


An ancient practice that dates back thousands of years.