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Mar

25

2014

What the Spa Industry Can Learn from Restaurants

Many people don’t know that I got my start in the spa industry in hotel F & B ages ago. Through the years, I’ve notice how restaurants and spas are pretty similar: Design and ambience are important, but you’ve got to get the basics right first. We both offer a dose of feel good factor, whether it’s on a plate or a massage table.  And…

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Feb

03

2014

Perfect Valentine’s Day Spa Gifts

Gifts can be a very expensive and difficult to come by on holidays. Combine that with a very busy and stressful day that will already set your account back a bit, and you see why many people avoid them altogether. But, it doesn’t have to be so dreadful. You can ease your stress and spend important quality time, while still giving a gift that anyone…

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Jan

27

2014

How Spa Efficiency Generates Revenue

The best way to save yourself some money is to make sure that your spa is adequately efficient. Spa efficiency involves making sure your entire system is not only up to date from a technological standpoint, but that you are also taking the appropriate steps in your setup as well. We will give a few tips that can help cut down your costs and see…

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Jan

27

2014

Spa Tips for the Year of the Horse

January 31st kicks off the new Chinese Year of the Horse.  And just as predictions abound at the start of a new year, here’s our bit of tongue-in-cheek forecast for spa tips and spas opening this year.  (Emphasis on “tongue-in-cheek’.) For a start, the horse symbol is inherently connected to heat, fire and red, which augurs it’s an auspicious year to start a spa! Because…

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