Associations Sponsored by
Allied Health Association is comprised of beauty and health professionals and has been dedicated to the success and growth of its members since 1991.
Alternative Balance—Salon & Spa Association provides business resources, professional and general liability insurance, and more for those in the industry.
b·cause is a nonprofit organization that advances charitable causes of salon owners and beauty industry professionals.
The DSA and IMSA are for the Health and Wellness industry. They reach out to the broad range of wellness providers within the industry and invite all to actively participate in their organization to bring their ideas for growth and success.
GSN works to bring sustainable operating practices to the spa industry, as well as to promote the natural connections between personal well-being, economic sustainability and the health of the planet.
IBSN is dedicated to helping its members grow their businesses, affect positive change politically, provide a forum for members to share their views and ideas, and interface with the professional beauty industry on behalf of chain spas and salons.
ISPA is a worldwide community of spa professionals, product manufacturers and service providers that strives for the same goal.
The National Aesthetic Spa Network is a volunteer network of licensed spa professionals who organize complimentary regional educational events. The NASN community consists of estheticians, spa owners, therapists, managers, students and vendors coming together to learn, grow and network and make life long industry connections.
PBA is a nonprofit trade association representing the professional beauty industry in North America.
15825 N. 71st St., Suite 100
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
PBF is a nonprofit corporation composed of professional beauty organizations dedicated to promoting and protecting the professional beauty industry as it relates to government laws and regulations.
The Spa Association is a resource for information, education and community in the spa industry.