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Book in advance.
Most spas don’t accept walk-ins. Book your appointment beforehand and be sure to let the concierge know if you’re pregnant, have any special needs, allergies or medical conditions. By offering this information ahead of time, the spa will be fully prepared to accommodate you upon your arrival.
Know the spa’s cancellation policy.
Most spas have either a 24 or 48-hour cancellation policy. If you violate their policy, the spa is legally allowed to charge you for the full amount of the treatment reserved.
Arrive at the spa at least 30 minutes early.
For many, a spa visit is the ticket for a bit of R&R. Arrive at the spa earlier than the time of your appointment so you can unwind and clear your mind before beginning your treatment.
Wear casual attire.
If you’re coming from the office, bring casual clothes to wear after your treatment. You may walk in feeling stiff and stressed but you’ll leave feeling refreshed and revitalized so bring something comfortable to wear post-treatment.
Wear as little jewelry as possible.
Spas will not accept responsibility for items that are lost or stolen, so leave all unnecessary valuables at home. Know that even a keyed locker is not a guarantee against theft.
Is the pressure ok? Is the water too hot or cold? Are you comfortable? Remember, your therapist isn’t a mind reader. If there is anything they can do to make your spa experience more pleasurable, don’t be afraid to let them know.
Limit consumption of food, but eat.
Try not to eat for at least an hour before the treatment.
Avoid consumption of alchohol on the day of the treatment.
Alcohol consumption and spa treatments are similar in one aspect: the dehydration factor. Avoid any alcoholic beverages if you are planning a trip to the spa.
Drink plenty of water.
A spa treatment often releases toxins from the body so be sure to drink plenty of water before and after your treatment to keep yourself properly hydrated. This also comes into play if you plan on using spa facilities such as a sauna or hydrotherapy pool.
Request a male or female therapist upon booking.
You may want to request a therapist based on your comfort level. If you don’t request, again, the spa booking agent is not a mind reader, as this is your responsibility. Many spas provide you a confirmation number or code to validate your request.
Turn off your cell phone at the spa.
As a common courtesy to other guests at the spa, like in a movie theater, please do not speak on your cell phone or use any electronic devices.