LEVEL Low Down: The Best Places to Kickstart Your Wellness Goals in Vancouver

January 30, 2019

The new year is the perfect time to start fresh and reset your wellness goals. After all of those holiday treats last month, it’s time to finally get back on track. Whether you’re looking to destress, feel more energized, or tackle a health issue that’s been bugging you, these are the top wellness spots in Vancouver, sure to get you back on track.


The IV Wellness Boutique



One of the first to offer IV Vitamin Therapy, this full service wellness boutique in Yaletown uses vitamins, minerals and amino acids to target a number of conditions like anxiety, chronic fatigue and weight loss. They also offer a number of other services like naturopathy, osteopathy, acupuncture, botox, fillers and more. Relax in one of their comfy lounge chairs as a trained service provider gives you an IV treatment. You’ll come out feeling rejuvenated in no time.


Hälsa Spa



The Hälsa Spa in Kitsilano offers float therapy, sauna services and massage therapy to help your body recover after the holiday season. Their signature float therapy session promises to stretch and restore your body as you float upon 1000 lbs of epsom salts in just 10 inches of water. Come out feeling rejuvenated and take a little extra “me time,” as you relax in their lounge after your treatment.


Tandem Clinic



This holistic health clinic located just outside the Olympic Village offers a number of services from non-surgical cosmetic skin rejuvenation, acupuncture, massage, auriculotherapy, IV therapy, naturopathy and more. They combine traditional health treatments with holistic medicine and have various programs to address Cancer, Lyme and other chronic diseases, as well as weight management.


Vancouver Cryotherapy



Cryotherapy has traditionally been used to aid in professional athlete’s muscle recovery, but over the last few years has made its way into mainstream wellness treatments. Vancouver Cryotherapy is the first to bring this treatment to the city, where they set up shop at Float House in Gastown. The short 3-minute hyper-cooling session promises to reduce inflammation from injury and disease, help manage pain, improve athletic performance, improve skin tone, and reduce the signs of again, among with a number of other health benefits.





Salt therapy, also known as Halotherapy, is used as an alternative and natural treatment for a number of different ailments like chronic bronchitis, shortness of breath, sinusitis, influenza and more. It’s also said to help with insomnia, reduce stress and anxiety and slow down signs of aging. This treatment centre in North Vancouver offers a number of additional services such as reiki, meditation and sound healing, facial massage and reflexology.


Which wellness treatments are you looking to try this year? Share your experience with us by tagging @LEVELFurnishedLiving!