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According to a survey conducted by the ERISA Industry Committee, the National Association of Manufacturers and IncentOne Inc., more companies are offering health and wellness programs to their employees to aid in maintaining and improving employee health and well-being.
Comparing spa markets in several countries in the Asian Pacific region, independent market researcher Intelligent Spas has shown differences in the industry's growth in each nation.
By: Bryan Durocher
A wellness focus makes for efficient, effective spa services in the European cities of Berlin and Rome.
By: Guy Tulloh
Read about how lighting can help to create the appropriate atmosphere in your spa
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: Mary Bemis
Plunge into the refreshing new trend of water-themed spas and hydrotherapies at three aqua-loving resort facilities.
By: Annette Delagrange
Survey your male clients to gain an insight about their point of view.
A spa in Northern Virginia has begun offering pedicures that features the garra rufa fish to get rid of dry, flaking skin.
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.
Skin Inc. magazine is holding its next webinar August 12, 2008, featuring information on treatments for teen skin and acne.