Tips on how to make your Vaalnest Spa Day Experience very enjoyable
Our Spa has welcomed a lot of visitors from all over the country as such Vaalnest has a customer Rate Our Service Sheet that lets you rate our session with you. Our overall performance from our Therapist is exceptional thus here are a few tips to take with when coming in for therapy session:
- Turn Off your Cell Phone:
You can't relax if you're answering calls, checking emails, and texting. And neither can the person next to you. This even goes if you're getting a pedicure. Bring a book or magazine instead.
- Arrive On Time:
What time that is depends on what kind of spa it is, whether you've been before, and what kind of experience you want to have. Ten or 15 minutes can be enough for a basic day spa without amenities like locker rooms, robes, steam and sauna
- Take a Shower:
If there's a shower in the locker room, it's nice to use it before your treatment. It will freshen you up before your treatment. This step is especially important if you've spent time in a hot tub or pool, which has chlorinated water. You want to get those chemicals off, not have them massaged in.
- Speak Up About What You Want:
When you make a massage appointment, the receptionist will generally ask if you male or female massage therapist. If you don't have a preference, you are more likely to get a male as many people prefer female therapists. Massage therapists are trained to respect boundaries and use proper draping techniques, so either should be fine.
Visit the About.com and click on About Travel to get more Spa Etiquette by Anitra Brown, the Spas Expert. This goes to show that it’s not just the therapist that makes your whole experience unforgettable and therapeutic, it is also you the client that needs to be in tune with your body and the session to get the best out of your treatment.