Tip & How-To about Pool & Spa
The image of a relaxing spa break brings up images of people in crisp white toweling gowns and luxurious massages but the reality is that spas have now popped up all over the world and reflect a huge range of quality and value.
Here are some tips of what to look for in a good spa.
This is my number 1. There's nothing more off putting than getting undressed for a massage and feeling that the room you're in is not spotlessly clean.
You want to get a good feeling when you walk into a spa. There should be a pleasant smell that reflects cleanliness but also relaxation. If you get a tense vibe when you're in the spa, chances are that you're in the wrong one for you.
If you've booked a massage for a certain time, then you should expect it to begin on time. Therapists should make you feel comfortable and relaxed but not be over familiar. The whole point of a spa is switching off. If you have to hear about your therapists marital problems, or even just feel like you need to keep chatting, you'll lose out on precious relaxation.
Use personal recommendations to pick a spa or look up reviews on the internet. But remember that everyone looks for something different in a spa. for some people value for money in a clean place is more important than fancy bathrooms with great tiling.
If something's bugging you before your treatment begins, make sure you're honest enough to say it or it will bother you throughout the treatment and ruin it for you. So if the room is too hot or cold or the therapist is pressing too hard - say something.
Most importantly - enjoy yourself!
Posted by Jobo Jones on
May 08, 2014 | hua_yi_zhang Clothing
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