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Our studio is housed in a great old century home at Dupont St. and Bathurst St. in Toronto. We've decorated to make you comfortable; not too clinical and not too spa.
Our tables are top quality and very comfortable. Listen to our low-key music selection, or bring your iPod and enjoy your own playlist. We use only naturally-derived lotions and oils and, for those of us who are sensitive to scent, we never add fragrance unless requested.
We have two treatment rooms, a reception area and washroom. There's enough space for a friend to wait for you to finish your treatment, and also for us to show you a few stretches and exercises.
We've been serving the Annex and it's vibrant surrounding communities for over three years. It's our favourite part of Toronto!
Nestled between Casa Loma and the Annex neighbourhoods, our studio is located at 462 Dupont Street, in an area that has undergone some major changes over the years. Did you know that the Loblaws is on the site of the Evening Telegram building? (There is a photo from the Toronto Archives that shows the original building with a Weston truck parked out front!) The private racquet club next door is relatively similar on the outside, but belies the fact that it used to be an indoor skating rink. Hamilton Gear, an innovator that manufactured parts for the Avro Arrow, the locks of the St. Lawrence and the roof of the Rogers Centre is now a sprawling furniture store at Dupont and Dovercourt. Workers were to be found enjoying at one of a dozen diners, while their bosses were likely dining at the Sign of the Steer steakhouse.
Dupont continues to be a hub of activity. Home today to design and furniture stores, boutique stores selling clothing, fine cheese, supplements, motorcycles, luxury cars, building supplies... the list goes on and the possibilites are endless.
Sources: Dupont at Zenith | Essay by Alfred Holden, A Visual History of Dupont St. | Derek Flack