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Spa Services


Spa Services

Spa is a beauty treatment method based on the curative effects of water with diverse temperatures, and sauna. It's an ordinary knowledge that Spa engages the usage of algae, salts, curative mud and herbs. Spa methods have curative and relaxing effect on the patient's body on the whole.

Influencing through the skin layer, Spa increasing the process of metabolism and improves human health. Spa is a very excellent opportunity for all physically energetic people to keep fit and a necessity for all those having an inactive lifestyle.

If you are concerned and enjoy assisting people, the Spa Services program is for you.

The most of cosmetology schools teach a complete program of Spa Services. The knowledge and skills that can be taught in these schools will help you work in the cosmetology industry business of Esthetics, Day Spa Technician, or Massage Therapist.

We recommend you build a profession in several spa services such as therapeutic massages, esthetic skin care procedures and rejuvenating facials.

Spas can be part of the facilities on offer at holiday resorts, hotels, fitness centers and health farms. Usually, spa services include:
  • Hydrotherapy, flotation, whirlpool and vapor baths
  • Massages
  • Body treatments
  • Facials
  • Particular treatments such as light therapy
  • Water Therapy
  • Teeth Whitening

Hours

If you want to become a professional in spa services you should attend accredited beauty school, where you can be trained massage methods, spa technologies, spa etiquette, and so on. These courses frequently last from 7 to 12 months.

The full-time spa services professionals work between 37 and 40 hours a week, often including weekend and evening work. However, there are opportunities for part-time and flexible hours.

The spa services professionals usually wear a uniform and are expected to have a clean, smart look with short nails, tied-back hair and prudent shoes.

Job opportunities

The cosmetology is a growing industry and qualified spa services professionals are in demand. With more than 400,000 salons in the U.S., opportunities for spa are plentiful. There are good prospects for the spa services professionals and numerous career paths to follow. They may decide to move into supervisory and management placement or combine therapy work with organizational work. They could also become a trainer or lecturer, or move into a wide range of cosmetology-related occupations.

There are also opportunities for the spa services professionals to work overseas in destination or resort spas, in luxury hotels, or on cruise ships.

Spa services professionals take place in treatment rooms or cubicles that are warm, clean and private. Some spa services professionals take place in wet rooms.

Salary

Salaries of Spa Services program range from $10,000 to $70,000 per year. This depends on a number of factors including the work place and the work hours. You can work full time or part time in a wide range of locations, from luxury resort spas to small home salons.

Some companies offer bonuses, discounted or free products, and the use of facilities.

Training

The training for a spa services professional diverge greatly with the instruction needs and interests of each person. If you decide to study a spa services program you will require $10,000 and you will be certified as a spa therapist.

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