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Tenaya Lodge hosted their Wellness & Spa Retreat with education on healthier lifestyles.
Findings released by GfK from a 22-country survey show that feeling good about themselves is what drives most people to spend time grooming themselves (bathing, shaving, dressing, hair, makeup).
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company signed an agreement for the development of a new resort and residences, set to open in late-2018.
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Wellness for Cancer has been made an initiative by the Global Wellness Institute, as few spas have trained or have invested in training to enable staff to treat those who have had or are recovering from cancer.
Island Spa Catalina launched new treatments and fitness on demand for 2016, as well as appointed a new spa director.
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Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa has added to its on-demand division with the acquisition of CityMani, a move that closely follows its acquisition of Manicube.
To be successful, every skin care practice has to have a combination of well trained, educated, skilled and personable staff; a welcoming environment; and a combination of professional treatments and at home skin care products that provide extraordinary results to draw clients back to your location.
Four Seasons Lāna‘i has added Gloria Ah Sam to its staff as its spa director. Ah Sam will be responsible for overseeing all daily spa operations and fitness facilities, and will be responsible for the spa's yoga and wellness programs.