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Tula Spa

Posted by Catherine / Posted on November 29, 2009

TulaTula Spa is attached to the Tula Hot Yoga studio. Now with a Tula West location at Bloor and Ossington.


  • Rejuvenating Facial: $65 | 60min
  • Manicure: $25 | 30min
  • Pedicure: $40 | 60min
  • Full Leg Wax: $55
  • Chocolate Body Wrap: $85 | 60min


  • Shirodhara -- $125 | 60 min: "A traditional Ayurvedic treatment, Shirodhara is designed to relax the body and open the third eye. Shirodhara is used to treat a range of skin conditions, along with eye problems, stress, insomnia, memory loss, poor concentration, over thinking, and graying hair. Experience a gentle stream of warm oil poured over the forehead for 45 minutes! (total treatment time 1 hour). The session will also include a light massage."


  • Jurlique
  • Dr. Hauschka


Group discounts for parties of 5 or more.


Free Express Make Up Lesson with purchase of Dr Hauschka Organic Make-up, $40 or more.



Ruby / March 8, 2011 at 01:08 pm
Great teachers and beautiful studio!
oliva / March 23, 2011 at 08:43 pm
I currently go to TULA for hot yoga sessions. I love the instructors especially Veronica and Erica :-) Great relaxing atmosphere and the location is convenient. I am still shopping around and trying different places but TULA is up there.

Btw, I have an exclusive deal (through a promo company) for first-time customers. Message me for details.
james s / April 29, 2011 at 11:19 pm
I love the hot room at Tula Central, it took some getting used to but I can now attend full classes without breaks. The heat really takes it out of you but drinking lots of water before and during is the key. The instructors are friendly and patient with beginners and I get to choose the music at my next class as long as it is acceptable. They make it pretty fun and it's a really cool looking place.
Reiner / May 9, 2011 at 07:20 pm
This spa is one of a kind as I was able to attend a hot yoga class and head straight into Ultimate Detox treatment. Very cool! Congrats Tula! The body treatments and Ayurvedic services are not to be missed either.
Janet replying to a comment from oliva / May 18, 2011 at 12:25 pm
Hi Olivia - I'm hoping you'll see this. I'm looking for a hot yoga studio for the summer and I was wondering if that promo deal was still available?
oliva replying to a comment from Janet / May 18, 2011 at 01:08 pm
Hi Janet,

The pass may still be available.

Please email me at oliva at thecheapgirldotcom and I can connect you with the company/person who sells the passes.

Natalia / August 13, 2011 at 04:33 pm
I went to Tula Central with the intention of getting a annual membership today... and had a terrible experience with the man at the front desk.. he was abrupt, dismissive, had an unauthentic approach, and was downright rude as well as condescending to me.

I mentioned politely that I felt as though he was speaking rudely to me and this was my first time in the studio... and he said "I've done this for 8 years and I know what impression I'm giving" and then proceeded to answer the phone mid conversation thrusting a flyer at me........................ I think that says it all.

Needless to say he took a day where I was looking forward/excited to getting involved in from what I'd seen a beautiful studio.. and made me turn around and walk out the door with the decision that not only was this studio not for me... but if that's the sort of staff that they want to represent their business... they certainly wouldn't be able to provide a calm and relaxing experience and also don't have an appreciation for potential clients... nor those who truly love yoga/health and fitness.

maybe the teachers are talented.... i'll never know because i will not be returning... it's really a shame.
great yoga doesn't make a great spa / October 1, 2011 at 01:22 am
i love tula for hot yoga - but great yoga does not make a great spa
the spa does not seem at all professional and the quality of the spa services is lower than it would be if I had a friend help me out at home
the space is not properly set up to handle a spa
the hot yoga rooms make the location hotter than it should be to have a wax
product range and spa process are all over the place and unreliable
quality of service is not great with little attention to detail or correction on suggested improvements
the only exception to my feelings on the spa is massage and services like that - this section i would say is great and they have some very talented rmt's
M / October 4, 2011 at 12:26 pm
I went to Tula Central on a two weeks "try out" basis that i paid a discounted price for. My first impression of Tula was a good one. While the change rooms are painfully small and showering is an even more awkward experience, this isn't a big downside for me as I enjoyed most of the teachers and the environment. I wouldn't say anyone was overly friendly or polite (in fact a man that works there Sundays is quite rude), I still really enjoyed my experience at Tula and was ready to purchase a regular membership card. Until my last couple of days that is.

Currently I have 2 days left on my complimentary card but after being part of a wedding this past weekend and taking pictures in 5 degree weather in our wedding attire, I caught a very bad cold and my sinuses feel like they're about to explode. Extremely disappointed I would have to miss the last 2 days I have left on my card I figured if I explained the situation, Tula Central would be more than happy to extend my pass for an extra 2 days. I mean it's not like I'll be getting any more classes than i paid for anyway. It's 2 days. What's that to them if it means a potential new client that they can make much, MUCH more money off of on a regular, long-term basis.

When I phoned this morning to appeal to them, the girl I spoke to very abruptly let me know there's no chance to extend those two extra days to a time when my body isn't feverish and my head doesn't feel like it's about to explode. Sadly, this completely un-empathetic customer service has left such a bad taste in my mouth that I will definitely not be returning to Tula Central. My plan after my last class was to purchase a monthly card but there's no way I'll be doing that now. Because now I know, should I ever find myself in a situation that requires Tula Central to step even 1cm out of their way to help a customer, I'll be given a very quick and abrupt "NO".

Having myself worked in customer service and currently running my own consulting business, I know what it takes to draw in clients and what it takes to keep them. For me to pick up the phone and appeal to Tula Central letting them know how great my experience at their studio has been up to this point and how disappointed I would be if I missed the chance to attend my last 2 classes is not something every customer would do. It was their chance to illustrate why I should become a regular and they definitely blew it. I'll be sure to tell my other 3 girlfriends who were trying out the studio so they don't waste their time and money on a business that clearly doesn't view its customers as it's number 1 priority.
Sophia / December 3, 2011 at 12:38 pm
Yup, guy at the front desk is very rude - if you want to be treated like an idiot, go to this spa.
deborah nixon / December 28, 2011 at 04:06 pm
I was going to buy a package for this studio but reading two comments about this man- who also sounds incredibly arrogant and lacking in humility and self-reflection- I have decided not to pursue. I was going to try them with the recent Team Buy deal but won't bother- even at a discount. Lots of places to get this done in TO without having to put up with a lousy attitude and less than optimal spa services. Thanks for posting. And Tula- better pay attention and get rid of that guy.
Tati replying to a comment from oliva / March 20, 2012 at 09:17 pm
Olivia pleasseeee, can you send me the details about the deail that you have for Tula?? Thank you!
Sandra / March 25, 2012 at 12:04 am
Had to mention that I have not been back to this place since Feb 2011 because of the jerk at reception. Where do they people like this. He can't be good for business
Tina / April 9, 2012 at 05:15 pm
The owner is such a rude bag of crap. I would never go back there. She sat at the computer and ignored people coming in. Like she would make money if it were not for customers coming in. I will spend my money elsewhere, that owner is a miserable person, she needs more than yoga to change her attitude.
Kathy / April 9, 2012 at 05:18 pm
I got attitude from the front desk and then I realized it was the owner. I guess she feels its ok to treat people with a cold shoulder because there is no one above her. Her name was Isabel, an ugly woman inside and out. Would not recommend this place to anyone. Maybe she will understand when she starts losing business. Then when I looked up the reviews, I saw many all towards her. What a sad empty woman.
Layla / April 14, 2012 at 10:56 am
OMG. I thought it was just me. I was in the area and thought, what the hey. I got some really negative energy from the two ladies at the front. The class was alright and the woman teaching was pretty good. But the name Isabel gives me chills. That woman needs to go back to the boot camp she crawled out from. Never going back. Sometimes its the service you get outside the class, not in the class.
BB / June 6, 2012 at 10:11 pm
I was just about to buy a pass off TeamBuy but these reviews are depressing. Tula's website said they are rated very well on BlogTo so I came here to check it out but everything is so negative. Tula: if you want more business, address these issues and don't direct potential customers straight to bad reviews!!
J / November 6, 2012 at 10:20 am
I've done a few classes at tula. The teachers are great and very nice atmosphere. However, the front desk staff need a lesson in customer service. The man that works at the front completely ignored me when I walked in and I waited for him to finish his non tula related conversation with some woman for 5 minutes. Then when he finally acknowledged my presence, he was a complete asshole.
Also, I've come across the owner sitting at the front completely lost in the computer and not saying a word to any clients walking in the front door.
I also witnessed the man at the front yelling at an instructor in front of clients walking in. This is not appropriate.
How do these people manage to run a business? They have no customer service skill what so ever.
A lot of negative energy in what is supposed to be a positive space.
A replying to a comment from Reiner / March 8, 2013 at 10:55 am
This comment must be a joke. I can't understand how this spa made it to top 10. Nothing about my experience was professional, relaxing, or worth my time or money. WARNING: DO NOT GO TO THIS SPA!!

Also, everything that people are saying about the male receptionist (part owner...shocking) is true. I tried to book an appointment at Tula Central and told me that the massage therapist had just left and pretty much got mad at me for not calling earlier. Huh???

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