Proper Etiquette At The Spa

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Most, if not all, women love good facial and body massage on them. What better way to unwind, relax and de-stress than spending a good hour or two at a body treatment spa. Make your next holistic detox spa session an even more pleasuring experience by making a reservation in advance, choosing a good therapist and wearing the right outfit. Patrons of colonic therapy in NYC sure know spa etiquette like the back of their paraffin waxed hands with professionally manicured digits. But for first time goers, here are a few things you might want to keep in mind so to get the most out of your colon hydrotherapy spa experience.

Make That Call
Call in advance before heading to your spa of choice. You're not the only one in need of a good massage to revive the senses. Simply put, spas fill up fast what with the growing number of haggard women and men alike who need to escape the stressful world even just for 30 minutes that you have to book as early as possible. An insider tip: make a reservation for treatments during off-peak hours to enjoy possible discounts.

Be A Woman With A Plan
Going to spas inside resorts or hotels give you the opportunity to experience other equally enjoyable activities, say refreshing swims and light, relaxing fitness classes among others. Know whether the wellness resort you're visiting offers all-inclusive packages that would allow you to do as much de-stressing activities as possible given the duration of your stay. It's good to note, though, that there are some treatments that don't allow for direct sun exposure right after the procedure (i.e. diamond peel facial) so you might want to skip on long leisure walks on that note. If you insist on basking under the sun right after or in between your spa treatments, it's best to consult your therapist lest you're in for serious skin irritation.

Choose Your Own
Assuming you're a first time customer, you might not have ‘the usual' therapist just yet. They usually ask at the reception whether you prefer a male or female therapist so you need not worry about those hands that would graze your body, in the nude at that, as you can choose the particular therapist you think you'd feel most comfortable with.

Say What You Want
To get what you want, inform them about your preferences. Be it your choice of treatment, the manner of massage, the ambience, the therapist, it's good to communicate it to them clearly. When you tell the people at the spa your likes or dislikes, you're sure to be in for an ultimate stress buster – all without having to worry about being in the nude, staying in poorly lighted room or lounging in a hard mattress.

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This article was published on 2011/03/31