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Achieve Wellness Spa receives national award in Toronto

By on November 12, 2019 0 1568 Views

Achieve Wellness Spa won the title of Top 25 Spas in Canada at the 2019 Canadian Spa and Wellness Awards in Toronto on November 4.

In partnership with Spa Inc. Magazine and Leading Spas of Canada, the awards are held to highlight industry experts who provide exceptional service to their clients. Achieve Wellness Spa in Fort McMurray and Willow Stream Spa at the Fairmont in Banff were the only two Alberta spas awarded at the event.

“It’s a great honour to receive this award and have our business recognized on a national scale,” stated Co-founder of Achieve Wellness Spa Alethea Austin in a release. “Our commitment to wellness and providing our clients with a superior spa experience is unwavering, and this recognition is a testament to it.”

Achieve Wellness Spa offers multiple health and wellness services. From the traditional spa treatments to medical spa services, they have dozens of professionals available to provide quality treatment.

Founders Alethea and Tom Austin first launched Achieve Wellness Spa locally in 2014. Today, they have two locations with over 50 employees.

Franchise opportunities now available

This summer, the owners announced a partnership with District Ventures to receive business and marketing support as they grow and franchise locations. The Austins are currently planning to open more locations across the province in 2020.

The latest news also comes after the recent announcement of Achieve Wellness Spa claiming the title of Best Spa Experience in Your McMurray Magazine’s inaugural Best of YMM public vote feature.

To learn more about the spa and services available, visit

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Dawn Booth is the Editor-in-Chief of YMM Parent Magazine and Your McMurray Magazine. She has actively worked in the Wood Buffalo region's media industry since residing in Fort McMurray in 2007.

Her passion is writing poetry and puts it at the forefront of the community through her volunteer work as the President of NorthWord Magazine. Most important, Booth puts her family of five first, which includes her husband Ryan and their three children, Landon, Dawson and Tessa.