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• Iconic Red Door Spa rebrands as Mynd Spa & Salon
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The Spa at Windsor Court to undergo major renovation  
The Spa at Windsor Court to undergo major renovation

By Lauren Heath-Jones

The Spa at Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans, US, is set to undergo a major renovation that will see the addition of new relaxation spaces and treatment rooms. The renovation, which is scheduled to complete in early Autumn, will be spearheaded by Houston-based design firm Montgomery Roth Architecture & .... more>>
Four Seasons to open resort in Los Cabos with Oasis Spa  
Four Seasons to open resort in Los Cabos with Oasis Spa

By Jane Kitchen

Four Seasons will open a resort in Los Cabos, Mexico this November, featuring a 15,855sq ft Oasis Spa. Designed by Guerin Glass Architects, the Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas includes 141 bedrooms, including 23 suites, all designed to integrate indoor-outdoor living. Native landscaping and .... more>>

Emma Darby named COO of Resense  
By Jane Kitchen

Leading wellness consultancy Resense has announced the promotion of Emma Darby to the position of chief operating officer (COO). Darby benefits from over 20 years of experience within the .... more>>
ISPA research: More men visiting spas than ever before  
By Lauren Heath-Jones

Research by the International Spa Association (ISPA), has revealed that more men are going to spas than ever before, with stats indicating that 49 per cent of spa customers are now men, a 20 .... more>>
Global Wellness Summit relocates from Hong Kong to Singapore  
By Liz Terry

Susie Ellis, chair of the Global Wellness Institute, has announced the 2019 Global Wellness Summit will move from Hong Kong to Singapore. Dates will remain unchanged at 15-17 October and .... more>>
Healing Holidays opens Singapore office  
By Jane Kitchen

UK-based wellness travel specialist Healing Holidays has opened its first overseas office in Singapore. The new branch offers wellness solutions to health-conscious consumers from across .... more>>
Expanded spa and new treatment menu for Azerai La Residence, Hue  
By Jane Kitchen

Azerai La Residence in Hue, Vietnam – the second hotel from renowned hotelier Adrian Zecha – has unveiled a newly refurbished luxury spa which is more than 50 percent larger than before, and .... more>>
Lanserhof opens its doors at London's iconic Arts Club  
By Tom Walker

German wellness operator Lanserhof has opened its first UK location at the historic Arts Club in London. The six-storey luxury health and wellness club – situated on Dover Market Street in .... more>>
Equinox and SoulCycle face backlash after it's revealed owner will host Trump fundraiser  
By Liz Terry

Equinox and SoulCycle are facing a significant backlash from members after the Washington Post broke the news that the ultimate owner of the business, Stephen Ross, will host a .... more>>
Dr Ursula Levine to head up medical clinic at Grayshott Medical Spa  
By Lauren Heath-Jones

Grayshott Medical Spa, formerly the Grayshott Health Spa, in Surrey, UK, is set to launch a new medical clinic led by Grayshott's medical director, Dr Ursula Levine. Following its recent .... more>>
US spa industry hits US$18bn in revenues  
By Katie Barnes

Spas across the US generated US$18.3bn (€16.3bn, £15bn) in revenues in 2018 and have seen a steady growth across key financial indicators in the last nine years. This is according to .... more>>
The Alchemist Spa targets the teenage market with new treatment menu  
By Lauren Heath-Jones

The Alchemist Spa at Woolacombe Bay Hotel in Devon, UK, has teamed up with product house Natural Spa Factory to launch its new summer treatment menu, which will include treatments for .... more>>
 

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GWD one of only 15 Instagram accounts followed by Harry & Meghan  
By Jane Kitchen

UK’s Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, have announced the 15 Instagram accounts that they’re following, after they unfollowed everyone and requested people to recommend worthy .... more>>
Red Door Spa rebrands to Mynd  
By Jane Kitchen

After more than 100 years in the spa industry, US-based Red Door Salon & Spa has undergone a comprehensive rebrand and will now be known as Mynd Spa & Salon. Mynd Spa & Salon will have a .... more>>
Aman to develop three resorts in Saudi Arabia  
By Jane Kitchen

In partnership with the Royal Commission for Al Ula (RCU), luxury hotel operator Aman will develop three resorts in Saudi Arabia, which are set to open in 2023. Located in Northwest Saudi .... more>>

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DNA testing

Everyone’s talking about:
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How are spas using DNA tests to offer the ultimate personalised services? Julie Cramer investigates
Neil Jacobs

People profile:
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Neil Jacobs reveals what the IHG buyout means for Six Senses
Gharieni

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Gharieni has long been known as an industry innovator. Now, Forbes Travel Guide has named the company as its official Spa & Wellness Equipment Manufacturer. Sammy Gharieni tells us more
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Product and equipment launches
Book4time

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Book4time


As Book4Time celebrates its 15th anniversary, we talk to founder and CEO Roger Sholanki about his passion for the spa and wellness industry
John & Karina Stewart

Interview:
John & Karina Stewart


The inspirational couple behind Kamalaya in Thailand talk to Neena Dhillon about emotional therapies, why stress-busting is the new detox and how they’re evolving the concept
ISPA

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ISPA


After almost three decades serving members and contributing to the growth of the industry, we talk to ISPA’s Crystal Ducker about the work of the association and the future of spa
InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland

New Opening:
InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland


Spa tranquillity at InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland – the world’s first underground hotel, underground hotel
Civana

New Opening:
Civana


Civana opens spa with a focus on democratic wellness
Lemi

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Lemi


From humble beginnings in a small Italian village, Lemi has grown a hugely successful global business in the massage bed market. As it celebrates its 30th anniversary year, we talk to GM Matteo Brusaferri


News:

Jim Root to head up wellness at Enchantment Group; Adrian Zecha’s Azerai brand expands; Aman ventures into medi-spa
Comfort Zone

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Comfort Zone


Skincare brand Comfort Zone has partnered with Wellness for Cancer to create a new programme of spa treatments for people touched by cancer. Barbara Gavazzoli tells us more
Finishing touch

Research:
Finishing touch


The benefits of face massage rollers have been given scientific backing from researchers in Japan
Spa product news

Ishga phases out plastic packaging for eco-friendly alternative

Ishga phases out plastic packaging for eco-friendly alternative

FROM SPA-KIT.NET

Ishga, a luxury skincare brand specialising in organic seaweed products, has announced plans to completely phase out its plastic packaging, replacing it with sustainable alternatives.
 
Vital Tech's Nuage makes infratherapy accessible

Vital Tech's Nuage makes infratherapy accessible

FROM SPA-KIT.NET

Vital Tech, a developer of infratherapy spa equipment, has developed an infrared lounger boasting a host of physical and mental health benefits.
 
Knesko masks tap into gemstone energy

Knesko masks tap into gemstone energy

FROM SPA-KIT.NET

Skincare brand Knesko has launched two hydrogel collagen masks to combat environmental damage to the skin using semi-precious gemstones as active ingredients.
Beauty product news

Elemis' Ultra Smart mask reduces water loss and seals in moisture

Elemis' Ultra Smart mask reduces water loss and seals in moisture

FROM BEAUTY-KIT.NET

Luxury product house Elemis has launched a new face mask that is designed to protect the skin's moisture barrier.
 
Voya appoints Maggie Wright following significant growth in the US

Voya appoints Maggie Wright following significant growth in the US

FROM BEAUTY-KIT.NET

Voya, an Irish thalassotherapy skincare brand, has announced the appointment of Maggie Wright to the role of Western USA business development manager.
 
Galgorm to launch exclusive Aromatherapy Associates Forest Therapy treatment following new partnership

Galgorm to launch exclusive Aromatherapy Associates Forest Therapy treatment following new partnership

FROM BEAUTY-KIT.NET

Aromatherapy Associates is set to launch its first Forest Therapy treatment at the Galgorm Spa & Golf Resort in Ballymena, Northern Ireland, after entering into an exclusive product partnership with the resort spa.
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As the trend for parents travelling with their grandparents and children gathers pace, Jane Kitchen takes a look at operators that have dedicated spaces for the littlest spa-goers

By Jane Kitchen | Published in Spa Business 2019 issue 2

Traditionally, spas are for adults. But with a rise in multi-generational tourism, and as wellness takes a more central seat in our lives, there’s growing pressure for spas to embrace family wellbeing.

“While it’s important to maintain spas as places of quiet relaxation, there’s an undeniable trend of wanting to include all members of a family in wellness – from children to grandparents,” says Ingo Schweder, CEO of wellness consultancy GOCO Hospitality. “We’ve been incorporating significant elements of family wellness for clients in the Caribbean, the Middle East and Thailand, so it really is a trend we’re seeing around the world.”

Adria Lake, founder of wellness design firm AW Lake, first created a Hydrothermal Kids spa concept in 2014. “In all the various cultures I’ve studied, hydrothermal traditions always play a vital part in the health and wellbeing of children,” says Lake, referencing Finnish saunas and Japanese onsen which are a family affair. “Properly designed and engineered hydrothermal kids spas allows children to experience the health benefits of exposure to heat, cold, mud/clay, and water pressure in an environment that’s both fun and safe.”

She adds: “Investing in such a facility will not only increase the capture rate of the adult spa and provide additional revenue, but it’s a valuable brand differentiation, as it shows a serious commitment to children’s health as well as to overall development.”

Family travel will increase by 25 per cent by 2022, according to analytics firm GlobalData. The market is becoming increasingly sophisticated, with growing disposable income, emerging markets and multi-generational travel driving demand for wellness activities for all ages. “As wellness tourism grows at an increasing rate due to hectic work schedules... more families will start to take wellness holidays,” says Ralph Hollister, associate analyst, travel & tourism for GlobalData.

Activities like yoga and meditation are growing in popularity for children, and with teens stressed by social and school pressure, parents are interested in giving them tools to support their mental and physical health. “Parents no longer want someone to simply look after their children in order for them to be alone – they want their children to be stimulated and engaged, without social media and games, and further, they want to connect more with their kids,” says Anna Bjurstam, who heads up spa and wellness for Six Senses, which launched a comprehensive programme for children last year.

Here, we take a look at some of the newest kid-friendly spas around the world. In Part 2 of this series later this year, we’ll explore other innovative ways spas are engaging with children and families.

Acquaree Spa Jakarta, Indonesia /
opened: 2019
Media, kids and parents all love the concept, says Dharmadi (centre)

The Acquaree Spa in JHL Solitaire in Jakarta, Indonesia, is based on Adria Lake’s Hydrothermal Kids concept. Lake designed and conceptualised the 820sq m (8,000sq ft) spa, while Barr + Wray provided the engineering for the extensive hydrothermal circuit, which has been created specifically with child safety in mind. Children are guided and continuously monitored by highly trained spa coaches certified in first-aid, and the design features gentle curves and padded surfaces. Temperatures are adjusted to child-level tolerance, and Barr + Wray’s antibacterial ultraviolet technology ensures water hygiene.

The main hydrothermal circuit for kids aged 5–12 includes a long, winding cavernous water and heat tunnel; a rock sauna with climbing walls; a mud room where organic and freshly prepared therapeutic clays are provided and ‘octopi’ tentacles blow warm air to dry the mud; a Rainforest Chamber with scented rain showers; rinsing water buckets and shower hoops.

A separate water playground designed specifically for toddlers aged 3–5 features fun and educational hydro experiences such as a bubble pool, water guns, slides and a mushroom shower. An outdoor playground located on an adjacent roof terrace serves as a pre and post spa area for the children.

"You’re never too young to experience and learn about wellness, through our unique hydrothermal spa journey, enjoying a safe and fun educational experience on the importance of wellness," says Mega Dharmadi, director, JHL Group and owner-operator of Acquaree Spa. Dharmadi says while Acquaree is receiving lots of media buzz, what’s most encouraging is the response from the children and their parents. "The children love playing with the coloured muds, the octopi tentacles, the water guns and games in the rainforest area," she says. "The parents are so grateful the kids have this experiential learning journey that’s fun at the same time."

Adria Lake and Barr + Wray are behind the first Hydrothermal Kids spa concept
Deep Nature Family Spas:Belle Plagne Baths & Spa Belle Plagne, France / opened: 2018
Three Forest Center Parcs Moselle, France / opened: 2018
Deep Nature’s spa at Three Forest Center Parcs welcomes kids over 8

Global spa consultancy Deep Nature has added family spas to several of its most recent creations. At the 1,500sq m (16,145sq ft) Belle Plange Spa in the French Alps, 170sq m (1,830sq ft) is set aside as a family spa. Children under 15 can attend with their parents, with an admission for two adults and two children priced at €59 (US$66, £50). The aquatic course includes swan neck jets, a vertical water sheet, geysers, a water lounger area, counter current walkway and underwater jets, as well as a pool. Children’s treatments, such as Pretty Little Face and My First Massage which both cost €39 (US$44, £34), have been created using kids skincare brand Nougatine.

At the Three Forests Center Parcs in Moselle, France, Deep Nature operates a new 1,600sq m (17,222sq ft) spa in the 435-hectare forested family resort. One of Center Parcs’ main objectives is to help families create memories, so including a family spa in the offering made sense. Accessible to children aged 8 to 16, accompanied by a parent, the experience is designed as an introduction to wellbeing and relaxation and is priced at €19 (US$21, £16) for a two hour session.

My First Massage at Belle Plagne Baths & Spa is priced at €39 and uses Nougatine kids products
Grand Resort Bad Ragaz Family Spa Bad Ragaz, Switzerland / opened: 2018
Bad Ragaz’s new 550sq m family spa is part of a wider strategy to attract the three-generation market

The Grand Resort Bad Ragaz in Switzerland opened a 550sq m (5,920sq ft) spa for children last year, where different water zones range from 0.2 to 1.3 metres deep and are filled with balmy 33˚C water. The family spa is part of the luxury resort’s three-generation strategy, which also includes reconfigured guestrooms catering to families travelling with parents, grandparents and children together.

Interior designer Claudio Carbone recreated the Tamina Gorge in rustic rock faces for the children’s spa, and a wooden Alpine hut is a reminder of the story of Heidi. A mini slide invites youngsters to splash in the warm water, and activities include mermaid swimming, aqua Latin dance, learning about the underwater world and a kids’ party on Saturday.

Child-friendly treatments include the Funny Choco and Sweet Honey massages for CHF120 (US$118, €105, £90), Bling Bling Fingers and Happy Feet for CHF85 (US$84, €74, £64). “Children and their parents need space to let their hair down and to feel good,” says general manager Marco R Zanolari.

Schloss Elmau Krün, Germany / opened: 2015
Schloss Elmau has three family spas and ‘edutainment’ workshops which go way beyond typical kids clubs

At Germany’s Schloss Elmau – which bills itself as a ‘luxury spa retreat and cultural hideaway’ – families often visit each year with multiple generations, and the cultural programming and spa accessibility extends to all ages.

Three of the spas are aimed at families, including the Shantigiri Family Spa, which has an outdoor lap pool, seven treatment rooms, gym, spa lounge and restaurant; and the Family Spa at the Hideaway, which includes an indoor lap pool, five saunas and steam baths, a relaxation area and tea lounge. Treatments for children and teenagers are available, but there are also three separate adults-only spas, and even silent areas just for adults. “This strict separation enables high-quality service for all different age groups,” says Johannes Mikenda, director of spa and sport.

Additionally, Schloss Elmau’s Edutainment Workshops, designed and run by artists, authors and educators, go far beyond a traditional kids club, to include a chess academy, yoga for kids and teens, a debating club, theatre courses, iPhone photo workshops, philosophy classes and science lab, helping to address wellness in a more holistic way. Children stay for free at the resort and all of the cultural activities and use of the spa are included in the room rate.


Finisterra Spa, Martinhal Family Resorts Four locations, Portugal / opened: 2010

Martinhal Family Resorts, which runs four hotels in Portugal, has positioned itself as five-star family-friendly hospitality, and its spas offer a wide range of treatments for all ages – from babies to grandparents. Children are welcome everywhere, including the spas, where whirlpools, saunas and steamrooms are set at lower temperatures to suit their sensitive skin, and hydrotherapy pool jets have a softer pressure. "Every nook and corner has to be about the whole family; there’s no space in any of our hotels that is not for families," explains Seema Lodi, GM of Martinhal Lisbon Cascais.

Martinhal also offers treatments for children aged 6 onwards, including a popular 25-minute, €65 (US$73, £56) parent-and-child massage, which Lodi says is booked almost every day. "The millennials especially are investing more time with their children," says Lodi. "These young adults are looking for meaningful experiences with their children, so if we don’t start looking at what they want, we’ll be falling way behind."

This summer, Martinhal plans to add a range of ayurveda treatments for families, as well as classes in baby massage and family meditation and yoga sessions. "If they can learn football or tennis at 4, they can also learn meditation," says Lodi. "Experiencing these as a family, and learning something you can carry on when you go home – we can add a lot of value."

Finisterra’s parent-and-child experience is booked nearly every day
Part 2 of this article will appear in the next issue of Spa Business, and will look at innovative ways traditional spas are incorporating wellness programming for children and families
LATEST NEWS
The Spa at Windsor Court to undergo major renovation
The Spa at Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans, US, is set to undergo a major renovation that will see the addition of new relaxation spaces and treatment rooms.
Four Seasons to open resort in Los Cabos with Oasis Spa
Four Seasons will open a resort in Los Cabos, Mexico this November, featuring a 15,855sq ft Oasis Spa.
Emma Darby named COO of Resense
Leading wellness consultancy Resense has announced the promotion of Emma Darby to the position of chief operating officer (COO).
ISPA research: More men visiting spas than ever before
Research by the International Spa Association (ISPA), has revealed that more men are going to spas than ever before, with stats indicating that 49 per cent of spa customers are now men, a 20 per cent increase from the 29 per cent reported in 2005.
Global Wellness Summit relocates from Hong Kong to Singapore
Susie Ellis, chair of the Global Wellness Institute, has announced the 2019 Global Wellness Summit will move from Hong Kong to Singapore.
Healing Holidays opens Singapore office
UK-based wellness travel specialist Healing Holidays has opened its first overseas office in Singapore.
Expanded spa and new treatment menu for Azerai La Residence, Hue
Azerai La Residence in Hue, Vietnam – the second hotel from renowned hotelier Adrian Zecha – has unveiled a newly refurbished luxury spa which is more than 50 percent larger than before, and boasts new thermotherapy areas for men and women, in addition to a range of new treatments.
Lanserhof opens its doors at London's iconic Arts Club
German wellness operator Lanserhof has opened its first UK location at the historic Arts Club in London.
Equinox and SoulCycle face backlash after it's revealed owner will host Trump fundraiser
Equinox and SoulCycle are facing a significant backlash from members after the Washington Post broke the news that the ultimate owner of the business, Stephen Ross, will host a fundraising event for Donald Trump's re-election.
Dr Ursula Levine to head up medical clinic at Grayshott Medical Spa
Grayshott Medical Spa, formerly the Grayshott Health Spa, in Surrey, UK, is set to launch a new medical clinic led by Grayshott's medical director, Dr Ursula Levine.
US spa industry hits US$18bn in revenues
Spas across the US generated US$18.3bn (€16.3bn, £15bn) in revenues in 2018 and have seen a steady growth across key financial indicators in the last nine years.
The Alchemist Spa targets the teenage market with new treatment menu
The Alchemist Spa at Woolacombe Bay Hotel in Devon, UK, has teamed up with product house Natural Spa Factory to launch its new summer treatment menu, which will include treatments for teenagers.
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