Visit Savannah Chambers, left, and Sheena Popham at Port Hardy’s brand new Northern Bliss Day Spa.

Find your Bliss at new North Island day spa in Port Hardy

Relax and rejuvenate with a full spectrum of services (and enter to WIN a hot stone massage!)

Gone are the days when North Islanders needed to travel south for their favourite spa services.

Last week, Port Hardy welcomed Northern Bliss Day Spa, a full-service day spa and the only one offering sugaring, an all-natural solution for hair removal.

Newly renovated and located in the North Island Mall, across from Hardy Buoys, Northern Bliss is your place to find your bliss.

“It’s a fresh new space – very inviting and calming,” says owner Savannah Chambers.

“We’ve had a lot of people come in over the last week and they love the place.”

After working in Campbell River for several years, Chambers was thrilled to return to the North Island and follow her dream.

“I enjoy helping people feel good about themselves. People are very hard on themselves, both emotionally and physically, and it’s important for them to take the time to focus on themselves,” says Chambers, who is joined in the spa by the talented Sheena Popham, known for her beautiful and creative nails. A stylist is also joining the team.

“I want our clients to know that they’re not just a number to us. It’s very important that we create relationships.”

Need more reasons to visit? Here’s 5!

Unique to the North Island – Chambers is the only aesthetician in the North Island offering lash lifts and sugaring, an all-natural, chemical-free hair removal system that is easier on the skin.

Local inspiration – Inspired by the local surroundings, rejuvenate body and soul with a Calming Seaweed Wrap or Luminosity Salt Wrap.

Just relax – Relax with a hot stone massage, Indian scalp massage or facial, or get ready for sandal season with a mani-pedi. Special rates are also available for the under-12 set, perfect for a special birthday treat!

A flexible fit – Chambers appreciates the independence business ownership offers, but more than that, she likes the flexibility – for both her staff and her clients. “I know how hard it is to work around a 9 to 5 schedule, so when I had a client wanting an appointment on Monday, when we’re normally closed, I opened for the morning.”

Coming up – Soon you’ll find even more to enjoy at Northern Bliss as Chambers is already planning an expansion to add an infrared sauna. Stay tuned to their Facebook page for these and other updates!

Enter to Win

In celebration of their opening, visit Northern Bliss Day Spa on Facebook before 11:59 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 11 and enter to win a hot stone massage!

Simply SHARE their contest post and COMMENT about the service you’re most looking forward to trying.

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