Hair Stylist

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The Hair Stylist performs professional cuts, styles, chemical services and therapeutic hair and scalp treatments. They must possess and maintain knowledge of current hairstyles and trends. They must possess excellent cleanliness and sanitation skills and be willing to train in our spa’s specific hair and scalp service offerings (IF APPLICABLE). They must possess excellent communication skills and be able to learn the product and service knowledge necessary to effectively provide beauty solutions to meet the needs of our guests. They must hold and maintain a current state license.

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A unique approach to personal growth wherein the body is used as a source of information about the unconscious mind.

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Hammam

Glossary Term | Category: Glossary Terms

A communal bathhouse usually with separate baths for men and women, similar to a Turkish bath.

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Have you ever made a mistake with a customer? Of course you have!

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Haysack Wrap

Glossary Term | Category: Glossary Terms

Body detoxification treatment through the use of steamed hay.

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Hellerwork

Article | Category: Glossary Terms

Named after its founder, Joseph Heller, Hellerwork is a series of eleven 90 minute sessions of deep tissue bodywork and movement designed to realign the body and release chronic tension and stress.

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The body is wrapped in warm linen or cotton sheets which have been steeped like tea bags in a variety of aromatic herbs, then covered with blankets or towels, preventing the moist heat from escaping.

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Hot Plunge

Glossary Term | Category: Glossary Terms

Hot water plunge pool to promote blood circulation and relaxation.

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Hot Stone Massage

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Massage technique that incorporates the use of hot stones (traditionally basalt stones).  The hot stones are used to heat muscles and as an extension of the therapist’s hands.  The use of heat increases circulation and penetrates into deeper muscle layers increasing the efficacy of the therapists massage strokes.  Stones may also be placed in certain areas to increase the effect of the heat on the body (hands, feet, along the spine, glutes, etc).  The therapist use these stones as massage tools to assist in working out stubborn muscles with specific strokes and techniques.  Cold stones can also be used in this service to decrease swelling and contrast the effects of the hot stones.  Aromatherapy oils are often incorporated to maximize the relaxing nature of this massage technique.

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Scientific Study Shows How Meditation Helps Rebuild the Brain

An eight-week study conducted by Harvard researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) provided scientific evidence that meditation can help rebuild the brain's grey matter in eight weeks.

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Enrique founded a spa/beauty product line created from plants and vegetables unique to a village in South America. For each product sold he gave back 15% of the profit to assist the village in building a school.  His distributor positioned the line in the spas of a very upscale hotel chain.  Life became exhilarating; he began to get a lot of media attention. He was invited to speak at several high profile spa events, to promote his products. He and his assistant conducted intensive training at the spas personally to ensure that the therapists understood the protocols.

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Have you ever come across a rock star employee in your work place? A rock star team member is one who strives for excellence, welcomes new ideas, brings fresh perspective to the table, plays well with the team but leads with accountability and, at the end of the day, gets things done because results matter. 

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