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Spa Vision

Background
Spa Vision recently celebrated its 15th birthday, cementing its position as a market leader, offering expertise and consultancy around supply and procurement. Globally the business works with a broad spectrum of clients, including hotel, destination, medi and day spas, wellness centres, salons, yacht owners, independent therapists and residential homes. With offices in Australia and the UK, Spa Vision is well positioned to continue its growth.

Main products and services
Supply A leading supplier of high quality equipment and furniture, offering an impressive portfolio which includes treatment tables, relaxation furniture, specialist thermal rooms, hydrotherapy, manicure and pedicure collections, plus hair, barber and make-up kit
Procure Working with operators, contractors, interior designers and architects, our procurement service delivers professional, comprehensive and efficient solutions.
Consult With global experience in delivering specialist operational and interior design consultancy services. The team has a wide range of skills, allowing it to work within both large international corporate frameworks and privately owned properties, providing bespoke spa design and operational concepts.

USPs
Spa Vision has a full service offering, specifically catering for the luxury spa and wellness market. All directors have been industry operators and take personal responsibility for their clients, developing long-term value-added business relationships.

Where in the world?
Global, with main focus in UK, Europe, Middle East, Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific.

case study: Spa Vision delivers Iso Benessere loungers to the Spa at Breaffy House
We recently supplied and delivered 10 Flag Loungers from Iso Benessere to the re-designed spa and new relaxation room at Breaffy House.

The Spa at Breaffy House Resort, Castlebar, Co.Mayo is located amongst 101 acres of rolling country side and forest walks, provide a relaxing, stress free environment for you to switch off.

The Flag Lounger is a chaise-lounge with sinuous lines and has been specifically designed to help the body relax. The structure in treated steel with anti-rust powder coating, humidity and water resistant, with details in plexiglass to diffuse the chosen colour in the room. The comfortable lounger has been crafted from an anatomical mattress covered with faux leather, is hypoallergenic and stain resistant.

“Over the years we have had the pleasure of working with Spa Vision on a couple of different Spa projects. The service Colin and his team provide is second to none . They are truly invested in helping with growing your business for the better the knowledge and experience they bring to any of our meetings is very reassuring and motivating . I found Colin and his team have always been very professional, available to us at any time and extremely helpful with any questions big or small. Well done to all at Spa Vision.”
Shauna Moran O’Connor, Spa Manager, at Breaffy House.

With offices in Australia and the UK, Spa Vision supplies, procures and consults for the spa, health, beauty and wellness industries. Globally the business works with a broad spectrum of clients including hotel spas, destination spas, wellness centres, day spas, medi spas, salons, yachts, independent therapists and residential homes.
case study: Ōpuke Thermal Pools and Spa
Ōpuke Thermal Pools and Spa is located in Methven, Canterbury, an hour outside of Christchurch City in New Zealand. The extensive NZ$17m development features several thermal pools fed by melting glacial waters from the surrounding mountains and rivers which is heated all year round by solar power. The facility includes multiple thermal bathing experiences for families with an adult only area offering private pools and an exclusive day spa.

Spa Vision was instructed by the client to provide concept and design services with a brief to draw inspiration from the surrounding natural environment and Māori culture. Working with project architects Sheppard & Rout, Spa Vision designed a spa layout to deliver a world class customer experience and private spa sanctuary in the heart of this multi-use facility. The design was underpinned by a comprehensive gap analysis and feasibility study to ensure the proposed investment was offering the best possible return on investment.

In addition to design and planning services, Spa Vision provided a comprehensive procurement and supply package for the spa equipment and furniture. This included the supply and remote installation (due to Covid restrictions) of a custom Rasul experience that can accommodate 4 guests that’s offers ‘hands-free’ chargeable treatments. Treatment room equipment supplied exclusively by Spa Vision included Esthetica treatment tables, a Gharieni 601 table for the Medi-Spa room and a Kurland SoftPack System to provide Dry Floatation experiences. Manicure and pedicure furniture for the multi-use ‘Spa Hutt’ area and loungers for the relaxation areas features furniture by Esthetica all in an American white oak finish with light grey upholstery.

‘Opuke gave us the opportunity to showcase our comprehensive approach, as well as our collective expertise and understanding in the spa and wellness space’
Neil Owen, Director, Spa Vision.
Future plans
Our focus is to continue offering our clients the widest selection of premium equipment and furniture. Our thermal offering will be developed with additions in areas such as halotherapy and cryotherapy in response to market trends. Our consultancy services have been developed to complement our equipment and thermal offering, allowing us to support new and existing projects from start to finish.
Who's who
Susan Auld, director, UK, Europe & Middle East
Colin Cameron, director, UK, Europe & Middle East
Neil Owen, director, Australia, New Zealand & Asia Pacific
Top clients
■ UK: The Langley Hotel, Buckinghamshire; ESPA Life at Corinthia in London; The Newt, Somerset; Fife Arms, Braemar; Gleneagles, Auchterarder; The Gainsborough, Bath; Woolacombe Bay Hotel, North Devon; Babbington House, Frome; Pan Pacific London; Guest House Hotels (No15 Bath and No1 Clifton, York); Glen Affric; Homewood Park; Bath Priory; Royal Crescent.
■ Europe: Kempinski, Bulgaria; The Peninsula Paris Hotel, France; Radisson Blu Hotel, Latvia; Bliss Spa, Viceroy, Serbia; Cowshed Spa, Soho House, Barcelona, Spain; Corinthia, Malta; Ritz Carlton Yachts.
■ Rest of the world: Leela Hotels, India; Ritz Carlton, Perth, Australia; Ritz Carlton Melbourne, Australia; W Hotel, Brisbane, Australia; City Square Hotel, Malaysia; Park Hyatt, Auckland, New Zealand; Opuke Thermal Pools & Spa, Methven, New Zealand; Eos By SkyCity, Adelaide, Australia; Osborn House, NSW, Australia; Ritz Carlton, Maldives.
What the clients say
“Opening a five star hotel during the pandemic was definitely a challenge. The team at Spa Vision worked tirelessly with multiple changes, attention to details and recommendations. Their professionalism and expertise was second to none. We are proud to have them as part of our wellbeing journey.”
– Robbie Leung, director of wellbeing, Pan Pacific London
Spa Vision: news from spabusiness.com
A new hot springs facility and day spa destination has opened in Victoria, Australia, complete with a 3,500sq m two-level spa and 31 thermal pools.
A sustainable hot springs retreat is set to open in Fingal on Australia’s Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, drawing on the healing benefits of water, immersion in nature and sleek minimalist design.
New Zealand is set to welcome a brand new sustainable wellness tourism project on 23 October. The location will draw on the healing properties of hydrotherapy and communal bathing.
Leading global spa expert, Spa Vision, has fulfilled an extensive order of Esthetica Equipment, one of India’s leading manufacturers of spa and salon furniture, for the Sandman Signature Aberdeen Hotel.
Spa Vision has supplied state of the art 'relax' beds to Victoria's Cosmetic Medical Clinic, in Tasmania, Australia, as it prepares to reopen on 15 June.
A thermal wellness resort using glacial waters – and powered by solar energy – is scheduled to open in Methven, New Zealand, in January 2021.
Spa Vision: featured in Spa Business, HCM and Fit Tech magazines
Industry insights: Industry predictions
What’s to come in the year ahead? We ask industry experts how they think this year will pan out and what will be the hottest trends...
Promotional feature: Spa Vision
Collaboration is the key to Spa Vision’s success, says Susan Auld
Spa Vision
Tel: UK, EMEA: +44( 0)1225 744450
Address: Head Office: The Mansion House, Pickwick Road,, Corsham, Wiltshire, SN13 9BL, United Kingdom
Susan Auld; director, UK, Europe & Middle East
 
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Spa Vision

Background
Spa Vision recently celebrated its 15th birthday, cementing its position as a market leader, offering expertise and consultancy around supply and procurement. Globally the business works with a broad spectrum of clients, including hotel, destination, medi and day spas, wellness centres, salons, yacht owners, independent therapists and residential homes. With offices in Australia and the UK, Spa Vision is well positioned to continue its growth.

Main products and services
Supply A leading supplier of high quality equipment and furniture, offering an impressive portfolio which includes treatment tables, relaxation furniture, specialist thermal rooms, hydrotherapy, manicure and pedicure collections, plus hair, barber and make-up kit
Procure Working with operators, contractors, interior designers and architects, our procurement service delivers professional, comprehensive and efficient solutions.
Consult With global experience in delivering specialist operational and interior design consultancy services. The team has a wide range of skills, allowing it to work within both large international corporate frameworks and privately owned properties, providing bespoke spa design and operational concepts.

USPs
Spa Vision has a full service offering, specifically catering for the luxury spa and wellness market. All directors have been industry operators and take personal responsibility for their clients, developing long-term value-added business relationships.

Where in the world?
Global, with main focus in UK, Europe, Middle East, Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific.

case study: Spa Vision delivers Iso Benessere loungers to the Spa at Breaffy House
We recently supplied and delivered 10 Flag Loungers from Iso Benessere to the re-designed spa and new relaxation room at Breaffy House.

The Spa at Breaffy House Resort, Castlebar, Co.Mayo is located amongst 101 acres of rolling country side and forest walks, provide a relaxing, stress free environment for you to switch off.

The Flag Lounger is a chaise-lounge with sinuous lines and has been specifically designed to help the body relax. The structure in treated steel with anti-rust powder coating, humidity and water resistant, with details in plexiglass to diffuse the chosen colour in the room. The comfortable lounger has been crafted from an anatomical mattress covered with faux leather, is hypoallergenic and stain resistant.

“Over the years we have had the pleasure of working with Spa Vision on a couple of different Spa projects. The service Colin and his team provide is second to none . They are truly invested in helping with growing your business for the better the knowledge and experience they bring to any of our meetings is very reassuring and motivating . I found Colin and his team have always been very professional, available to us at any time and extremely helpful with any questions big or small. Well done to all at Spa Vision.”
Shauna Moran O’Connor, Spa Manager, at Breaffy House.

With offices in Australia and the UK, Spa Vision supplies, procures and consults for the spa, health, beauty and wellness industries. Globally the business works with a broad spectrum of clients including hotel spas, destination spas, wellness centres, day spas, medi spas, salons, yachts, independent therapists and residential homes.
case study: Ōpuke Thermal Pools and Spa
Ōpuke Thermal Pools and Spa is located in Methven, Canterbury, an hour outside of Christchurch City in New Zealand. The extensive NZ$17m development features several thermal pools fed by melting glacial waters from the surrounding mountains and rivers which is heated all year round by solar power. The facility includes multiple thermal bathing experiences for families with an adult only area offering private pools and an exclusive day spa.

Spa Vision was instructed by the client to provide concept and design services with a brief to draw inspiration from the surrounding natural environment and Māori culture. Working with project architects Sheppard & Rout, Spa Vision designed a spa layout to deliver a world class customer experience and private spa sanctuary in the heart of this multi-use facility. The design was underpinned by a comprehensive gap analysis and feasibility study to ensure the proposed investment was offering the best possible return on investment.

In addition to design and planning services, Spa Vision provided a comprehensive procurement and supply package for the spa equipment and furniture. This included the supply and remote installation (due to Covid restrictions) of a custom Rasul experience that can accommodate 4 guests that’s offers ‘hands-free’ chargeable treatments. Treatment room equipment supplied exclusively by Spa Vision included Esthetica treatment tables, a Gharieni 601 table for the Medi-Spa room and a Kurland SoftPack System to provide Dry Floatation experiences. Manicure and pedicure furniture for the multi-use ‘Spa Hutt’ area and loungers for the relaxation areas features furniture by Esthetica all in an American white oak finish with light grey upholstery.

‘Opuke gave us the opportunity to showcase our comprehensive approach, as well as our collective expertise and understanding in the spa and wellness space’
Neil Owen, Director, Spa Vision.
Future plans
Our focus is to continue offering our clients the widest selection of premium equipment and furniture. Our thermal offering will be developed with additions in areas such as halotherapy and cryotherapy in response to market trends. Our consultancy services have been developed to complement our equipment and thermal offering, allowing us to support new and existing projects from start to finish.
Who's who
Susan Auld, director, UK, Europe & Middle East
Colin Cameron, director, UK, Europe & Middle East
Neil Owen, director, Australia, New Zealand & Asia Pacific
Top clients
■ UK: The Langley Hotel, Buckinghamshire; ESPA Life at Corinthia in London; The Newt, Somerset; Fife Arms, Braemar; Gleneagles, Auchterarder; The Gainsborough, Bath; Woolacombe Bay Hotel, North Devon; Babbington House, Frome; Pan Pacific London; Guest House Hotels (No15 Bath and No1 Clifton, York); Glen Affric; Homewood Park; Bath Priory; Royal Crescent.
■ Europe: Kempinski, Bulgaria; The Peninsula Paris Hotel, France; Radisson Blu Hotel, Latvia; Bliss Spa, Viceroy, Serbia; Cowshed Spa, Soho House, Barcelona, Spain; Corinthia, Malta; Ritz Carlton Yachts.
■ Rest of the world: Leela Hotels, India; Ritz Carlton, Perth, Australia; Ritz Carlton Melbourne, Australia; W Hotel, Brisbane, Australia; City Square Hotel, Malaysia; Park Hyatt, Auckland, New Zealand; Opuke Thermal Pools & Spa, Methven, New Zealand; Eos By SkyCity, Adelaide, Australia; Osborn House, NSW, Australia; Ritz Carlton, Maldives.
What the clients say
“Opening a five star hotel during the pandemic was definitely a challenge. The team at Spa Vision worked tirelessly with multiple changes, attention to details and recommendations. Their professionalism and expertise was second to none. We are proud to have them as part of our wellbeing journey.”
– Robbie Leung, director of wellbeing, Pan Pacific London
Spa Vision: news from spabusiness.com
A new hot springs facility and day spa destination has opened in Victoria, Australia, complete with a 3,500sq m two-level spa and 31 thermal pools.
A sustainable hot springs retreat is set to open in Fingal on Australia’s Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, drawing on the healing benefits of water, immersion in nature and sleek minimalist design.
New Zealand is set to welcome a brand new sustainable wellness tourism project on 23 October. The location will draw on the healing properties of hydrotherapy and communal bathing.
Leading global spa expert, Spa Vision, has fulfilled an extensive order of Esthetica Equipment, one of India’s leading manufacturers of spa and salon furniture, for the Sandman Signature Aberdeen Hotel.
Spa Vision has supplied state of the art 'relax' beds to Victoria's Cosmetic Medical Clinic, in Tasmania, Australia, as it prepares to reopen on 15 June.
A thermal wellness resort using glacial waters – and powered by solar energy – is scheduled to open in Methven, New Zealand, in January 2021.
Spa Vision: featured in Spa Business, HCM and Fit Tech magazines
Industry insights: Industry predictions
What’s to come in the year ahead? We ask industry experts how they think this year will pan out and what will be the hottest trends...
Promotional feature: Spa Vision
Collaboration is the key to Spa Vision’s success, says Susan Auld
Spa Vision
Tel: UK, EMEA: +44( 0)1225 744450
Address: Head Office: The Mansion House, Pickwick Road,, Corsham, Wiltshire, SN13 9BL, United Kingdom
Susan Auld; director, UK, Europe & Middle East
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For decades, spas have been divided into various categories. Most operate strictly in their areas of expertise, however, all spas now seem to be shifting towards one common goal - wellness. [more...]

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Les Thermalies, the water & well-being exhibition

Carrousel du Louvre, Paris, France
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