Wolf Mountain Day Spa: A chance to get away (no passport required)
Editor’s note: In 2008, Wolf Mountain Day Spa won a Distinguished Day Spa award from the Day Spa Association; and the spa has raised thousands of dollars to support breast cancer detection and treatment. Owner Myriam Lytle bought the Alta Sierra business in 2006.
Wolf Mountain offers a variety of resort-quality personal care services for men, women and teens. Specialties include resurfacing facials, hydrotherapy, body wraps, mom-to-be massages, make-up artistry, waxing, and spa combo packages. The spa carries the exclusive lines of Yonka Paris, SkinCeuticals, Jane Iredale and Spa Blends plus beautiful gift items.
We’ve been an established spa in the community for more than 10 years. We recently added services exclusively for men and teens to address their unique needs. Our serene setting enhances the spa experience so clients enjoy a personal getaway without needing to leave town. We also promote total well-being that includes a balance of a healthy lifestyle and the importance of taking care of oneself.
Our pigment balancing facial. It’s an effective treatment for balancing skin tone and reducing brown spots. It’s very revolutionary.
All of our licensed aestheticians and massage therapists are passionate about their work and taking care of their clients. We also love the relationships that we’ve cultivated over the years. The work is so rewarding on many levels. The best is seeing the results and satisfaction with our loyal clients.
I also love participating in our community’s annual breast cancer awareness efforts. It is very important to me to help others in preventing breast cancer. The spa is a sponsor in the Project Pink event, the Barbara Schmidt Millar Triathlon, and matches donations raised from our fundraising effort. I love that I can help others in a real and meaningful way by supporting early detection.
No challenges, only opportunities in each day.
I have lived in Nevada County for 10 years and raised my children here. I’ve been a licensed aesthetician since 1988 and a make-up artist since 1982. In June 2006, I bought Wolf Mountain, which has allowed me to grow and realize my dream of owning a spa. It’s very gratifying to make others feel wonderful, relaxed and truly cared for.
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