In regards to gross revenue change for the third quarter of 2015, 69 percent of ISPA spa members reported some level of increase over the same quarter of 2014.
The largest group of spa respondents (28 percent) fell in the up by 10 – 19% range. Interestingly, nine percent of day spa respondents said they experienced a gross revenue increase of more than 50 percent. When asked about the level of gross profit change when comparing quarter three of 2015 versus the same time in 2014, 70 percent of spas saw an increase. Thirty-five percent, which is the largest group, experienced a gross profit increase of 1 – 9%.
More than half (62 percent) of spa respondents reported third quarter 2015 spa visits were up compared to the same time in 2014. In regards to workforce changes, nearly half (46 percent) filled vacant positions only during the third quarter of this year. Forty-one percent of day spa members said they added new positions during the third quarter compared to only 20 percent of resort/hotel spas. When asked about average retail revenue per treatment, the largest group of spas (28 percent) fell in the $11 - $15 range. Twenty-six percent of day spas actually reported an average retail revenue per treatment of more than $25 compared to 10 percent of resort/hotel spas.
In regards to gross revenue change for the third quarter of 2016, 73 percent of all ISPA spa members reported some level of increase over the third quarter in 2015.
Just 13 percent of ISPA spa members reported a decrease in gross revenue change for the third quarter in 2016 compared to 2015. Respondents were asked about gross profit change for the third quarter for quarter three in 2016 as compared to 2015, and the largest group of spa respondents reported an increase of 1-9% (28 percent), with the next largest group reporting an increase of 10-19% (24 percent).
A majority (62 percent) of spa respondents reported that spa visits were up, with only 24 percent reporting that they were down. The largest portion of spa respondents at 46 percent filled vacant positions only in the third quarter of 2016, while 29 percent added new positions. Just 3 percent of spa respondents implemented a hiring freeze or laid off employees.
When asked about average retail revenue per treatment for the third quarter of 2016, the largest portion of respondents fell in the $5-$10 range (24 percent), with the $11-$15 range (22 percent) following. In regards to the change in average retail revenue per treatment between quarter three in 2016 to quarter three in 2015, 61 percent reported some level of increase, while just 22 percent reported a decrease over the same time.
A system of exercise and meditation used to relieve tension and fatigue and induce a state of harmony and peace. The practitioner first assesses a person's state by feeling the "hara,” the area below one's navel.
This is followed by the practitioner pressing and stretching the body's energy channels, working in unison with the person's breathing.
Oxygen facials are said to combat visible signs of aging linked to poor conveyance of oxygen from subcutaneous capillaries to the surface of the skin.
They address the deficiency by delivering highly concentrated oxygen molecules directly to the epidermis. A stream of high-pressurized oxygen infused with botanical, vitamin, mineral, and nutrient extracts is applied to the face and neck. The oxygen absorbs the moisturizing agents into the skin for a smoother, plumper look, providing a healthy glow.