10 best Canadian spas for Mother's Day Treat that special woman in your life to a day of relaxation—whether that means a mani-pedi for two or a massage for mom to enjoy on her own. We've rounded up 10 spas across the country that are a sure bet for great treatments. By Andrea Karr & Erika Marucci 2014-04-22 00:00:00 10 best Canadian spas for Mother's Day Slideshow View Slideshow 10 best Canadian spas for Mother's Day Replay This Slideshow Next Slideshow Previous Next By: Photo: © Copyright View more galleries 11 awesome Mother's Day g How to wear florals Makeover story: How to ge Ancient Cedars Spa City: Tofino, BCWhy we love it: Facing the Pacific Ocean and surrounded by wilderness, this spa located at Wickaninnish Inn is a rustic oasis.Must-have treatment: The Hishuk Ish Tsawalk Awakening Treatment, $180 for two hours, is a seasonal treatment from April until the end of June. It incorporates the traditional cleansing techniques used by the West Coast’s indigenous peoples with emphasis on the four natural elements: fire, water, air and earth.Website: wickinn.com Healthwinds, The Health and Wellness Spa City: Toronto, ONWhy we love it: The location—in a pretty neighbourhood along Mount Pleasant—is easily accessible and the whole experience, from the décor to the juice bar, is serene.Must-have treatment: A special mother’s day package, $177 per person, that includes 30-minute massages with registered massage therapists, express facials, side-by-side pedicures and lunch.Website: healthwindsspas.comClick here for mother's day gifts under $50. Santé Spa, Le Hôtel Germain City:Calgary, ABWhy we love it: A central location in a gorgeous boutique hotel and complimentary valet parking make this an easy choice—especially when traveling with Mom or looking for a home-away-from-home for a night.Must-have treatment: The pedicure for two, $240 per pair, includes a purifying lemongrass and sea salt soak, warm infusion treatment, refreshments and a chance to gab with your favourite woman.Website: germain.santespa.com Ten Spa, The Fort Garry Hotel City: Winnipeg, MBWhy we love it: It's so quiet, it's like the whole spa has been wrapped in cotton batting. Plus, there is a cozy nap room if Mom needs to catch up on some zzzzs.Must-have treatment: The Intro to Hamam, $105 for one hour, begins with Moroccan Mint tea and Turkish delight. It is followed by a cleansing ritual that includes a self-administured exfoliating salt rub and rinse, then a head, scalp and foot massage on heated marble. Pre-order lunch and champagne for $27.Website: tenspa.ca The Spa at Nita Lake Lodge City: Whistler, BCWhy we love it: Imagine being surrounded by mountains and facing a lake while simultaneously relaxing in a steamy outdoor hot tub. It’s the kind of gift a mother (or any woman) would love to receive.Must-have treatment: You can never go wrong with a classic massage. This spa offers a traditional Swedish rub down, $115 for 60 minutes, that focuses on tight muscles while easing pain to give you the pleasure of pure relaxation.Website: nitalakelodge.com Willow Stream Spa, The Fairmont Banff Springs City: Banff, ABWhy we love it: There’s a waterfall and a mineral pool right in the spa, plus it’s located in a great hotel—the Fairmont Banff Springs—that's a 15-minute walk from the Town of Banff.Must-have treatment: Being a mother is a job with little vacation time, and the best way to thank her is the Destination Rejuvenation treatment, $195 for 60 minutes, for tired travelers. It’s an oil massage that helps to regulate sleep, hydrate skin and relieve tension.Website: fairmont.comHeading to Banff? Check out our guide to Banff and southern Alberta. Nordik Spa-Nature City: Old Chelsea, QCWhy we love it: It’s essentially a spa lodge with indoor and outdoor pools that are open year round, and you can experience a day of pampering—particularly the baths and saunas—for a nominal fee.Must-have treatment: The thermal experience, $49 to $56 per person, includes use of the saunas, whirlpools and baths. The best ritual for relaxation and improving sleep quality starts in the sauna or steam bath, moves to the Nordic waterfall or cold pool, and offers a moment of indoor or outdoor relaxation in the lounge chairs—then repeat three or four times!Website: lenordik.com Ste. Anne's Spa City: Grafton, ONWhy we love it: It’s a quaint getaway, and there’s a bakery on site filled with 100 per cent gluten-free treats.Must-have treatment: The day spa, $170 to $220 per person, which includes a three-course lunch, afternoon tea, a $120 spa credit for the day (examples of $120 treatments include the Firming Moor Mud Facial or a one-hour massage) and use of the facilities—a grotto, steam room, fitness facility, seasonal outdoor pool and walking trails (to name a few).Website: steannes.com Scandinave Spa City: Montreal, QCWhy we love it: The spa has a green policy, which means that they use 100 per cent biodegradable products, compost organic material, recycle heat and eschew bottled water. A bonus: There’s a juice bar!Must-have treatment: The spa is known for its traditional Scandinavian baths. For $260, you can buy a Duo Swedish package that includes a massage and access to the baths.Website: scandinave.com Spirit Spa City: Halifax, NSWhy we love it: The spa also has a salon. Make your mother extra happy by giving her two times the pampering: a body treatment and a new haircut.Must-have treatment: If she likes berries, Mom will definitely enjoy the Blueberry Body Bliss treatment, $135 for 90 minutes. It includes a blend of herbs, spices and berries to hydrate and tone the entire body, as well as a mini facial and head and neck massage.Website: spiritspa.caFor more insider beauty and fashion tips, visit our Style Desk blog.