The Starting point for a Good Spa experience starts with your ability to determine what you want from your Spa and choosing the right Spa. After this call the Spa and ask them all your questions before you arrive. Professional spa Personnel will be happy to answer your questions and put you at ease.
You can have Spas in any price range you want. You can select the Service you want from the Spa Menu Card describing each treatment. It is always better to arrive 30 minutes prior to your treatment in order to check in and begin decompressing.
Upon arriving at most spas, you will be given a tour of the changing and relaxation areas. You also will typically be provided a locker key, robe and a pair of slippers for your use while visiting the spa.
Spas will never compromise your modesty. And what to wear at the time of Treatment is up to you. It’s best to remove your jewelry before a treatment or leave it at home. You’ll also want to remove hats, caps, etc.
Spas may have saunas and pools in their relaxation areas. If you are unsure if you may use these facilities, just ask the spa staff. Shower fresh. To allow products to absorb well, it is recommended that you take a brief shower at the spa before your treatment.
Spas are meant to be relaxing and quiet. Cell phones, pagers and loud conversations are not appropriate. And, leave your PDAs in your spa locker or at home. This is your time to be away from outside distractions.
Most spas are co-ed, but offer separate changing facilities for men and women.Water and light snacks are provided in the relaxation room of most spas.
If your therapist’s touch is too rough or too light – speak up! They are there for you and their goal is to provide you with a perfect spa experience. Also, tell your therapist if the temperature of the room bothers you, the music is too loud, etc.
If you have a particular injury or physical condition, explain it to the therapist. They can suggest the appropriate adjustments or enhancements to treatments. If you feel uncomfortable at all during a treatment, tell the therapist and then leave the room. You should then speak with the spa director or manager and tell them what you were feeling.