Brendalee Morgan

Another spa day at the Springs

The Nakusp Hot Springs held a second Pampering and Spa Day on Wednesday, April 18.

  • May. 5, 2012 8:00 a.m.

The Nakusp Hot Springs held a second Pampering and Spa Day on Wednesday, April 18 and participants found it as rejuvenating as the first time around.

“The Pamper & Spa Day was fabulous! Can’t wait for the next one,” said one spa-goer. “So relaxing!” said another.

Enjoyable conversations in the pool were enjoyed by others who took their soak alongside the Special Olympics group up at the Springs that day.

“We are sure to see a repeat event later this year,” said Marilyn Rivers, Event Co-ordinator.

Spa practitioners Brendalee Morgan, Danna Moody, Ieneke Van Houten and Marlana Mhoryss generously donated their time to provide BodyTalk, Massage and Reflexology treatments, which were held in the Nakusp Hot Springs Cedar Chalets, also donated for the day.

Treatments ran from 2 to 6:30 p.m. with all but three sessions filled. Only women participated although the event was open to men as well. Everyone was granted a one-time soak, with most choosing to soak after their treatment. In addition to soup, meat and cheese, and fruit and veggie trays in the lobby, ‘Jennifer Chocolate’ strawberry wine truffles were offered as each person checked in at the chalet.

“We are very fortunate and thankful for the support of local businesses to promote the Nakusp Hot Springs and events,”  said Rivers.  To find out about future events and local promotions, go to


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