The Art of Tanning & Hydromassage
The Art of Tanning & Hydromassage is Prince George’s premier beauty and relaxation salon and boutique all under one roof. Start by unwinding in one of The Art of Tanning & Hydromassage’s stand up and lay down tanning beds in regular and hot beds. Bask in tropical warmth while obtaining a safe and healthy summer glow, or indulge in a soothing dry hydromassage session that will leave you feeling totally relaxed and rejuvenated all at the same time. If you prefer the hands-on approach, The Art of Tanning & Hydromassage also offers traditional relaxation massage administered by a certified professional. Next, pamper yourself with a professional manicure, pedicure, facial, wax or tinting by a certified and licensed esthetician. Guests will also find a diverse selection of ladies clothing, swimwear and accessories inside.
The Art of Tanning & Hydromassage is a member of the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses.
Meet Nicki Barnes
Meet Nicki Barnes
When you do business in a small town like Prince George, says Nicki Barnes, you can't help but make friends. Many of Nicki's clients have become cherished friends in the years that she has been in business. It is just one of the many things that she loves about being an entrepreneur. Nicki is proud of the relationships that she has formed with her clients. Not only does it provide a more enriching and personalized experience for customers, it also makes her work more meaningful.
Nicki got into the spa business because she had a passion for helping people feel good about themselves. For Nicki, one of her biggest rewards is sending clients home feeling calmer and more centered than when they arrived. As the owner, Nicki is grateful for the freedom to shape the business according to the needs of the community and the desires of her customers.
Nicki is proud to be a part of the downtown business core. She firmly believes that a strong downtown is crucial to the overall health of Prince George at large. "I'm hoping more businesses make the move downtown as it is a great place to be," she says. She has seen how downtown business owners have taken the initiative to make the area a dynamic and energetic place to work and shop. "The business owners really want to make a difference in our town," she notes. She is grateful for this support since Prince George is her home and the place where her family lives, including her much-beloved granddaughter.