how do I prepare for my visit?
Leave your electronics, cell phone, camera, jewelry and worries in your locker and your valuables at home. If you are having a body scrub or mud treatment, please do not shave 24 hours in advance.
how early should I arrive?
Please come 60 minutes before your treatment to access the waters. If it is your first time come 20 minutes earlier to fill out your health form and to receive a body blitz tour.
where can I park?
Metered parking is available on the street for a 2 to 3 hour limit. If your visit to body blitz will be longer, we suggest you park in one of the parking lots close to the spas.  We recommend using transit when possible as parking in the area is limited.
robes and sandals
These items are a courtesy for you to use in the body blitz spa during your visit. Brand new blitz kimonos and sandals are available for purchase in our retail store for your use at home.
birthday suit or bathing suit?
Bathing suits are optional. We supply robes, towels and sandals. Body blitz sells bathing suit bottoms and tops separately in the retail area. 
recommended length of visit to the waters?
We recommend an hour for the water circuit with a maximum stay of 2.5 hours to receive the optimum benefits of the waters. Please remember that longer is not always better as you do not want to over stress, fatigue or dehydrate the body.
words of caution and pregnancy
Anyone with a cardiac or respiratory condition, high or low blood pressure, who may be pregnant, or any other health conditions should use the waters with a physician's approval. Body blitz cannot be held responsible for illness or injury due to client negligence. Pregnant women can only access the Dead Sea salt pool, and receive a therapeutic massage, performed by a registered massage therapist. We recommend that pregnant women avoid areas that are heat or cold related or treatments using infrared lights or essential oils. If you have any mobility issues or are elderly, please contact us prior to making your reservation so that we can help determine the best treatment for you. The consumption of alcohol is prohibited in the spa. For your health, our service providers reserve the right to refuse entry or cease treatment if alcohol is suspected.
can my daughter and her friends visit the spa?
Children under 13 are not permitted in the spa and children 13 -17 are permitted accompanied by a guardian.
spa etiquette
Please place your belongings in a cubicle and leave the lounges for resting. A small towel is provided for you to sit on in the steam room and sauna for your comfort and personal hygiene. As a courtesy to other guests, please note that the sauna and steam rooms are quiet zones. As there is nudity we ask that you refrain from any physical affection in an effort to keep the spa a neutral and secure place for all. The use of all electronics, cell phones and cameras is prohibited in the spa.
Please note that for all body glows, scrubs and muds the entire body is treated including the buttocks and outer areas of the breast. The best way to receive these treatments is unclothed wearing a disposable thong. If you prefer to have your body covered or to wear a bathing suit please inform your spa therapist and she can adapt the treatment to suit your comfort level. Anyone under the age of 18 will have mandatory draping of the breast area during all body treatments. Please let your therapist know immediately if you are uncomfortable for any reason. Modifications can only be made if we are aware of your needs at the time of service. Above all we want your experience to be a positive, comfortable and relaxing one.
where do I go for my treatment?
A few minutes before your treatment begins, you should finish the water circuit and have a rest on one of the lounges by the pools. An attendant will come and get you.
are massage treatments reimbursable by my private group insurance?
All our therapeutic and aromatherapy massages are performed by a registered massage therapist (RMT). Receipts can be issued for insurance purposes. Please ask for a receipt after your massage. A guest can get a receipt if they have filled out a health history form and personally received the treatment. Additionally, a guest must pay for the massage to receive a receipt. Our receipt policy is regulated by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
can I bring my e-reader into the spa?
We have a strict no electronics policy in the spa for our client's privacy and safety.
what about gratuities?
There is no tipping at body blitz.
cancellation policy
There is a 24 hour cancellation policy for individuals and a 48 hour cancellation policy for group bookings of 3 or more persons. Please note that you will be charged 50% of your treatment price if you fail to show for your appointment or change your appointment without the minimum notice.
safety of our waters
Body blitz combines ancient water practices with state of the art equipment to ensure the quality and safety of our waters. Our spa has an extensive filtration system used in combination with a salt water system to sanitize the waters and monitor the PH balance to ensure our waters adhere to Canada's strict health policies. Our pools are cleaned and maintained on a daily basis and our waters are tested manually 3 times a day. Above all we want you to feel relaxed and secure while enjoying the benefits of soaking in our therapeutic waters.
how do I continue the spa experience at home?
All our products are available for home use and may be purchased in the retail store at the entrance to the spa or online at blitz on the go.
post blitz
If you would like to show off your radiant self after leaving body blitz, please talk to the front desk for a list of recommended restaurants in the area.