The studio is ground level and the front entrance on 6th has a buzzer to access the building. Unfortunately, due to the size constraints, The Body Politik is not wheelchair accessible at this time
Esthetics, by nature, isn't a scent free industry, and due to the nature of the products used the studio is not a scent free environment. Essential oils may be present.
For those with sensory needs music may be turned off at request.
Lighting is, by necessity, quite bright so that services can be performed with optimal results.
Natural Azulene and Lavender oils are present in the waxes I use, and post wax an Azulene oil is applied as an anti-inflammatory and to get rid of any leftover stickiness. Azulene is the active ingredient in chamomile.
No products with Tea Tree oil, nuts, or Latex are used. If you have an allergy or sensitivity to something specific please let me know so I can best advise you on how to proceed.
The studio is located between two major bus routs, the B-line on Broadway and the 84 on 4th Ave.
There's metered street parking in front of the building as well as a pay lot directly across the street.
While I understand and am sympathetic to the challenge of finding child care, I must ask that children not accompany you to your appointment.
As more and more folks are getting vaccinated public health orders are changing rapidly. While I respect the decisions made by Dr. Henry and the province of BC, I also have utmost concern for the health and safety of my clients, community, and of course myself.
To this end:
- Masks are still required to be worn at all times regardless of vaccination status.
- Advanced cleaning procedures are being continued.
- Appointment only and please come solo. No friends, children, or animals other than guide dogs.
- Please arrive on time. I'm frequently unable to accommodate latecomers.
- Be kind.