As part of my Brick Canvas participation,
I was able to experience
I have never had the opportunity to go to a spa before, so having a spa treatment was a definite first for me. Before the appointment, I was a bit nervous and self-conscious about my body, but from the moment I stepped in the door, my mind was at peace.
After you check in, they provide you with a luxurious terry robe and leather slippers. You change in a locker room and lockers are provided for free! After you change they guide you to the "quiet room." This dimly-lit room is the perfect place to relax and get mentally prepared for your experience.
Each room is clean, relaxing, and beautiful. My massage therapist, Katelyn, was wonderful. She truly had magic hands. I decided to try out the Vichy Shower for my treatment. This experience was like nothing I have ever experienced before. I received a honey-butter and lavendar exfoliation scrub underneath hot shower heads. I also received an amazing scalp massage and had my hair washed and conditioned. You are covered modestly the entire time with a towel. My only complaint is that I wish the towel was just a little larger. I would have been just a bit more comfortable, since I am a big-bodied person.
After the "shower," I was brought to another room and given a light massage with coconut body lotion. My skin has never felt so good!
After the treatment, you can relax again in the "quiet room" for as long as you want to and partake in the provided water and treats of chocolate, dried fruit, and nut clusters.
I was so impressed with Sage Leaf Spa and I can't wait to go back and try a full body massage. They use high-quality products and doTerra oils in all of their treatments. The staff is so experienced and knowledgeable and they excel at targeting your specific needs and wants. If you are looking for a spa in Utah - this is the one to go too! My experience felt so personalized and really helped me to de-stress and be at peace.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post from Brick Canvas. I received a tour, discounts and free services to review for this post. The views expressed in this post are my own.