Spa welcomes new manager

Catrina Santa Lucia joins the Oak Bay Beach Hotel’s Boathouse Spa & Baths

Catrina Santa Lucia is the new Boathouse Spa & Baths spa manager.

Catrina Santa Lucia is the Oak Bay Beach Hotel’s new Boathouse Spa & Baths spa manager.

Santa Lucia joins the property from the Rimrock Resort Hotel in Banff, where she was spa and fitness manager.

In Oak Bay, Santa Lucia will oversee a team of 20 staff, including a registered massage therapist, spa therapists, a spa coordinator and spa attendants. Extended summer hours welcome guests from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Before the Rimrock Resort Hotel, Santa Lucia held positions with Vida Wellness Spas and Beverly’s The Spa on Fourth in Vancouver.

She was also part of the opening team for the Willow Stream spa brand and concept while at the Fairmont Banff Springs. She holds a variety of certifications including athletic injury management, cranio-sacral therapy, reiki and massage therapy.


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