Leave the dull colours of the world behind at Skyspa, where red points the way to an invigorating thermal experience. Here, red isn’t just an accent colour. It’s symbolic of the social nature of this accessible urban spa that promotes enhanced well-being for all. Through a range of massages and other body treatments, beauty treatments, and thermotherapy, SKYSPA offers spa-goers a multifaceted and multisensory wellness experience. Chat and relax in the Californian baths on SKYSPA’s rooftop patio, where you’ll enjoy a magnificent view of the city. Both SKYSPA locations are close to urban centers, so you can combine relaxation with all sorts of other activities.
SKYSPA group’s very first spa, Spa Nordic Station in Magog, is opened by Patrick Rake and Sonia Gemme.
Building plans are drawn up for SKYSPA Dix30.
The interior design for SKYSPA Dix30 is completed, with red chosen as SKYSPA’s signature colour.
SKYSPA Dix30 opens, launching a new vision of urban open-air spas.
The patio is landscaped with tropical palm trees imported from Florida that are hoisted up to the roof with a crane.
The first Aufguss rituals in Quebec are performed following the company president’s trip to Germany.
The company logo and brand image get a makeover courtesy of design agency LG2.
A helicopter from the Canadian Far North airlifts Californian baths to the 17th floor of the Jules Dallaire building in preparation for the opening of SKYSPA Quebec City.
A second SKYSPA location opens at Complexe Jules-Dallaire in Sainte-Foy, Quebec City.
Two new members join the SKYSPA ownership team: Sébastien Goulet and Sonia Gemme.
Ground is broken on the Mont Saint-Bruno project.
Three new SKYSPA locations will open in Quebec.