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By: Tara Manna
Remembering the details when keeping your spa tidy will result in a more satisfied and comfortable clientele.
The YWCA reports that beauty extremes taken by girls and young women are taking a toll on their physical and mental well-being. It is important for spa professionals to be aware of these risks and take special care when working with 'tween, teen and young women clients.
Consumers are increasingly changing purchase behaviors and their shopping habits. Because of this, it is more important than ever for your spa to reach out to new clients and work hard to maintain relationships with existing clients.
The dates and location for Face & Body Spa & Healthy Aging Conference and Expo 2009 have been announced.
By: David Benzel
Discover the benefits of quality listening when it comes to staff and clients alike.
By: Guy Lewis, PhD
Recognize how early developmental stages and socioenvironmental processes form the foundation for a person's visual, kinesthetic and emotional responses to the behaviors of others, as well as themselves.
By: Annette Delagrange
Survey your male clients to gain an insight about their point of view.
Although the Time to Talk program is geared toward physicians and boomers, it offers a great opportunity to guide the spa professional when advising clients to consult a physician about CAM. Making your clients aware of this initiative could result in them experiencing a more well-rounded healthcare approach from their physicians.
By: Joy Thompson
Identifying key clientele, as well as the management roles within a new medical spa, is crucial to its success.
By: Mary Blackmon
Find out how your Web site plays an equally important role as your spa's online front desk.