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6/8/2016 | Mary Nielsen
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6/7/2016 | Louis Silberman
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The newly renovated Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa in Palm Beach, Florida, expanded its spa to include couple's treatment rooms, a new acupuncturist and new spa packages.
With the opening of a Four Seasons resort in Oahu, a six-story spa will open in the resort.
Michele Fenske has been named vice president of sales in the United States for Pevonia. She brings with her 18 years of industry experience, which started as a licensed esthetician.
Koren Greco’s decision to open The Woodhouse Day Spa in the Vintage Park neighborhood came after she experienced the spa in San Antonio and decided to bring it to her hometown.
According to market forecast by P&S Market Research, the beauty devices market will continue to grow well into the future.
6/1/2016 | Cynthia Malcom
your spa’s success greatly relies on the skills of your employees. Their talent, attitude and work ethic will influence every aspect of the business from client retention to bottom line, so you will need to choose your team members and train them strategically.
6/1/2016 | Manon Pilon
The first step to a successful spa treatment is performing a complete consultation. This develops a personal connection with the client, establishes a long-term relationship and assists you in crafting a personalized treatment plan.