“Our goal is to have an even greater impact by directing our charitable giving to a sister organization that’s dedicated to healing,” said Jim Corcoran,
owner of Ste. Anne’s Spa. “Ontario Shores and Ste. Anne’s also share the core values of innovation and excellence in all that we do.”
Ste. Anne’s is planning a series of fundraising initiatives and events to support the work of Ontario Shores. Ste. Anne’s will donate $10 for every booking
of their new Chakra treatment. In honour of National Mental Health week,
meditation and yoga nidra classes will be complimentary for all Ste. Anne’s guests from May 4 to 11.
“At Ontario Shores, we believe mental wellness is an essential part of feeling better, a concept that Ste. Anne’s Spa also takes to heart. That’s just
one of the reasons this is a good partnership,” said John Chen, Interim Executive Director of the Ontario Shores Foundation for Mental Health. “Ontario
Shores provides an environment that’s dedicated to recovery for people living with mental illness and is equally devoted to giving them hope for the
Ste. Anne’s Spa and Ontario Shores share another common cause: creating greater awareness of mental health issues and reducing stigma, which is often an
obstacle to people seeking help.
Since 1985, Ste. Anne's Spa has catered to the needs of its guests by creating an inviting and comfortable environment
that focuses on rejuvenating your body and soul. The Main Inn and Ontario Spa Cottages are nestled across over 400
acres of scenic, rolling countryside; each uniquely appointed accommodation features its own style and amenities.
More than 35 rejuvenating spa treatments revitalize and sooth the senses while our culinary team creates scrumptious
cuisine which delights the palate.