Top Spa Trends Include Preventive Care
In today’s economy, consumers want preventive care and other value-based investments, according to the 2010 International Spa Association (ISPA) Trend Watch based on industry research. “[Spa goers] want tangible results and information that will improve their quality of life,” said ISPA president Lynne McNees. Trends of particular interest to mind-body movement professionals include stress reduction programs like meditation to promote health, and partnerships with other organizations such as hospitals and hotels to offer wellness programming.
Top trends for 2010 include the following:
- social media
- customer service
- spa sampling menus
- early detection/screening
- preventive care
- spa partnerships
- cell phone applications
- giving back
- the millennials taking over
- simplified spa menus
- beauty rest
To learn more about the report, go to www.experienceispa.com.
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