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News and views from the UK Spa Association

HOW FACE MASKS WILL CHANGE THE SPA INDUSTRY

by Fashionizer There is no doubt that this pandemic has forever changed the world, and this is especially true for all of us working in the spa and wellness industry. Although we all believe the spa and beauty industry will be in high demand once this is all over, we are also aware that there will be quite a few challenges to overcome before b
ukactive has today (23 April) revealed plans for a four-stage strategy to support the reopening of the physical activity sector safely, once the Government eases Covid-19 lockdown restrictions in the
During these unprecedented times of social distancing (some say physical distancing) and self-isolation, our spa clients are at home with many wearing less makeup than they usually do. With a plethora
- By Helena Grzesk  The announcements on 20th March, that our spas must close the doors to their guests and to their teams sent shock waves through our industry, as it did so many other
- by Emma Clayton So you’ve got a terrific venue, you’ve got some great treatments and facilities - but what exactly does a graphic designer do, and why do you need one? As a professional graphic
- By Hannah Charlesworth  After a turbulent 2019 (and currently!) conversations surrounding the future of our planet have never felt more necessary. With the rise of young environmental
Once again the UK Spa Association team smashed all previous attendance records at their completely sold out, highly successful, Spring Networking Event, held at Carden Park in Cheshire on 4th Mar
We’d like to thank so many of you who have reached out to the UK Spa Association for support and guidance regarding this Coronavirus pandemic. We would like to reassure you that we are liaising with o
- by Adam ChatterleyIn light of the most recent announcements from the government and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson urging that all nightclubs, theatres, gyms and leisure centres should close "as so