In Pulse's Success Stories this month, Vivian Henein, Spa Director of the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel, and Julie Wagner, Chief Executive Officer of Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau, discussed their take on the concept of WELLTH - what it is, how to spread the word and why there is a need for it.
July was a happening month for new ISPA members, including a variety of spa members, vendor members and 4 new eager students! Find out more about them below and feel free to say hello via social media.
We have made some exciting changes to our website that will greatly enhance your members-only sections and login component at experienceispa.com. These changes will make it easier to access your account information and member benefits.
We are confident you will love the new features just as much as we do!
Seven of this year’s Professional Development Speakers discuss the importance of attracting and engaging top talent, delving into topics of learning how happiness and vision create a dynamic and engaged workplace, discovering the connection between a happy workplace and a thriving business.
In the expanding health and wellness industry, knowing the consumer mindset is vital. So, how do customers define wellness, and what influences their interest and investment in the exponential world of spa?
As you know, different social platforms call for different plans of attack when it comes to posting. Facebook stories proved to be most popular among any other social media practice, significantly trumping Instagram stories, as well as Twitter catchphrases, Pinterest articles and Google+ outreach.
June saw 19 members join ISPA, the International SPA Association. Twelve joined as spa members, with the other seven being vendor members. Find out who they are and feel free to reach out to them via social media!
Instagram is described as a place “to share the moments you want to remember.” With Instagram stories, users can now highlight the “before, during and after” action shots through picture slides and mini videos.
Singer-songwriter and 2016 ISPA Alex Szekely Humanitarian Award recipient John Ondrasik closed the 2016 General Session with one thought-provoking question: “What kind of world do you want?”
The Grammy-nominated artist came in to fame when his song “Superman” became a global hit. “I think the reason why the song resonated with so many people is because it talks about how we can’t be everything to everyone. In the song, Superman doesn’t want to be Superman. He wants to be human, to be able to bleed, not be a superhero.”