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By Abby Penning
Catering to a specific crowd, this male-centric Arizona spa always has its target market in mind.
By Sally Robb Haims
Learn how Best of the Best 2007 winner Spa Radiance has used marketing and PR to enhance its success.
By Stella Yfantidis
Discover the traditional treatments and market desires of the Russian spa industry.
By Camille Hoheb
In the wake of the recent wildfires, spas, suppliers and schools are recovering from the disaster.
Learn how tasty menu offerings are becoming part of the essential spa experience directly from the spas themselves.
By Cathy Christensen
The integration of nutrition into your spa could result in benefits for both your business and your clients.
Clients can get a taste of the islands with The Spa at Elbow Beach's tropical drink-inspired spa service.
The American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment has commended the Indianapolis location of Aveda Fredric's Institute for its innovative green design efforts.
The Lamar Everyday Spa in Scottsdale, AZ, has launched SpasfortheCause.com, which raises awareness and funds for organizations working for charitable causes such as The American Red Cross’ relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Katrina. In the program, clients purchase services where spa staff has donated their time, so 100% of the proceeds is given to the cause. The program also continues to grow, with an increasing number of spas still joining. 877-377-3235, email@example.com
Spa Radiance in San Francisco, CA, is rolling out the red carpet with its new Royal Treatment, which includes a diamond-wand microdermabrasion, sapphire-enhanced IPL and 24-karat pure gold leaf facials, and a décolleté treatment featuring crushed pearl powder. 415-346-6281