Team Biographies

Stacey Gaff

Owner / Esthetician 

Stacey’s passion for the beauty industry began 15 years ago after attending University for Business Administration, she felt sitting in an office all day was not for her.  She enrolled in the Esthetics program at Blanche McDonald School in Vancouver in 1999. As the story goes for many Whistler locals, Stacey came to Whistler for a long weekend and four months later, packed up her apartment and moved to town.  It was in Whistler that Stacey honed her esthetic skills and developed a large clientele of regular customers.  After 7 years working for Revolution Spa Stacey decided to take a break and travel for 2 years. After her travel she knew she wanted to start her own business and Whistler Day Spa was born. Originally, the spa began as a one woman show (Stacey) providing mobile spa services. Soon the business became so busy that Stacey moved the business to a room within the Loft Hair Salon. Whistler Day Spa quickly out grew this space and relocated to our new home at the Pan Pacific Village Centre. Stacey has extended her team to include 2 extra estheticians, 6 massage practitioners and a front desk manager. In 2012 Stacey was voted Best Esthetician in the Pique Newspaper’s ‘Best of Whistler’ Campaign. She has become known as one of the top waxing therapists in Whistler and maintains a large following of loyal clients.

Chelsea Menchetti

Esthetician / Beauty Therapist

Originally from Ottawa, Ontario Chelsea admirers the heap of activities and natural beauty of the west. A born professional who has been involved in the beauty industry since she was 14 years old. It was then that she discovered her love for the ever-changing trade.  Chelsea began her west coast journey in Pender Island, working at a resort spa, but her amiable and social personality brought her to Whistler. Outside of work you’ll find her hiking, kayaking, camping or cooking delicious food.  Chelsea is dermalogica trained and brings a wealth of knowledge to the team with her many years of experience. She also is offering Brazilian Sugaring, which is an all natural form of hair removal that is known for being less painful than waxing and helps reduce ingrown hairs. As you get to know her you’ll find that she is very mindful and focuses on providing the best care for her clients, and truly enjoys building relationships and getting to know you.

Jennifer Jackson

Massage Therapist

Back home in Ontario, Jen decided she wanted to become a massage therapist shortly after finishing her Bachelor of Kinesiology at university which she had started for her love and interest in anatomy and physiology. She has a blend of knowledge with eastern shiatsu knowledge and western human science knowledge. As a long time Whistler local you will find Jen outdoors in the sunshine landscaping or kayaking in the summer and snowboarding in the winter. After moving from London, Ontario to Whistler in 1994, it did not take long for Jen to feel like Whistler was her true home town. In the future Jen wants to focus on living in the now.

Jordon Hadfield

Esthetician / Beauty Therapist

Jordon gets her beautiful and gentle personality from growing up in the picturesque Hunter Valley, NSW Australia. Jordon was originally interested in studying music but realised she wanted to be doing something where she could work one on one with people. She has a true knack for making people feel happy. So when a job popped up in her hometown of Cessnock as an apprentice beauty therapist, she took the opportunity. She completed her apprenticeship with the Australian Academy of Beauty and Spa Therapy.  Since finishing school Jordon quickly became a spa manager at the place she apprenticed and we can see why!  She has a gift of making people feel comfortable and taken care of, she has a thirst for knowledge and has an excellent energy about her. After traveling to the USA in recent years, Jordon decided she wanted to experience a Canadian winter, and in a place that wouldn’t expose her to -30 degrees. Here in Whistler, she has discovered an abundance of opportunities to take scenic photos, exploring the library and the villages wonderful library. One day Jordon hopes to own her own spa somewhere in the world, specialising in skin care.

Eve Lamph

Esthetician / Beauty Therapist

Eve began her career in Beauty Therapy when she was just 16 years old, through a course at high school in her home town of the Barossa Valley. The Barossa Valley is a renowned wine-producing region northeast of Adelaide, in South Australia. She completed her studies with a diploma of Beauty Therapy through TAFE. Eve has been gifted with healing hands and the most common comment people leave is “that was one of the best massages or facials I have ever had!!”  Eve has a passion for traveling and made her way to Whistler for the winter after spending some time in Banff last summer. Her plans were to experience a true white winter, learn to snowboard and meet some friends from all over the world! She hopes to eventually continue her journey around the world and eventually end up working in Theatrical Make-Up.

Renee Corimer

Massage Therapist

You will be hard pressed to find a Canadian that loves the outdoors more than Renee; she loves all that is hiking, biking and snowboarding. The urge to explore the West Coast and experience the best resort in Canada bought Renee over to Whistler, after spending some time in the beautiful Lake Louis and Banff area. Originally from Grande-Anse, New Brunswick, Renee went to school for Theraputic Massage after completing her Bachelor in Kinesiology course and developing a passion for healing people. Renee loves to share her knowledge and passion with all her guests; you can truly tell she loves what she does as she gives it her all everyday. Renee hopes her future is filled with travelling as much as possible, making great memories and to keep trying to be the best massage therapist she possibly can be.

Jessica Miscichowski 

Massage Therapist

Jessica has wanted to be in a profession to help people ever since she can remember. She was a make up and special effects artist when her mother suggested the health industry to be able to influence people’s wellbeing and happiness for the better. Jess studied Swedish relaxation at Endeavour College in Sydney. She then continued her education at The Australasian College of Natural Therapies studying remedial massage, deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, sports massage as well as pre and post natal massage. After always dreaming of living and working overseas, Jess was drawn to Canada for its similar lifestyle to Australia, active and outdoors. Although for the time being Jessica is enjoy snowboarding, going for hikes ice skating and speaking to people from all over the world, she does want to continue traveling the world working as a massage therapist. She would like to continue working with professional athletes as she was doing back home in Australia, here in Canada or another part of the world. She does have the dream of eventually opening her own multi modality clinic

Angela Boos

Massage Therapist

From a small town in the western part of Germany, Angela set out to travel Canada and America. She spent some time on Vancouver Island before settling in Whistler to work during her time on her Working Holiday Visa. Angela always knew she wanted to work with people and decided to become a physiotherapist soon after high school.  She liked that the field opened her up to work with people in many different settings. As a physiotherapist by trade, Angela gives very firm and thorough massages and takes the meaning of “deep tissue” to a new level.  A recent fortune cooking told Angela her future will be long and happy. Anyone who meets Angela falls in love with her wonderfully adventurous and positive personality and especially her “magical hands”