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Finishing touch: Dream performance
BY Katie Barnes | 2009 issue 1
An ongoing US study has found that getting extra sleep can help improve a person’s athletic performance

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Special Investigation: Setting standards
BY Neena Dhillon | 2009 issue 1
The growing demand for organic and natural skincare has led to the creation of several standards in Europe and America – but which ones are the most credible? Neena Dhillon investigates

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Letters: Write to reply
2009 issue 1
Escapism and pampering fill a need in times of crisis.

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Detox Spa: Fast results
2009 issue 1
Michelle Margharita undergoes an extreme detox in Koh Samui

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Ask an expert: Water conservation
BY Rhianon Howells | 2009 issue 1
We ask the experts what spa operators can do to save water – and why it matters

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Design: Jean Dusek Klueter
BY Sarah Todd | 2009 issue 1
The lead spa designer for architects Wimberly Allison Tong and Goo (WATG) tells Sarah Todd what inspires her

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Spa tourism: Natural opportunity
BY Nadia Damon | 2009 issue 1
Bulgaria is tapping into significant natural resources and a rich spa heritage in order to build its spa market and attract foreign visitors. Nadia Damon reports

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Prevention guru: Dr Richard Carmona
BY Rhianon Howells | 2009 issue 1
The 17th Surgeon-General of the United States tells Rhianon Howells why he’s working for spa operator Canyon Ranch

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Regional focus: Game on
BY Jennifer Todd | 2009 issue 1
The Chinese region of Macau has a booming casino business, but what opportunities does it hold for spas?

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Everyone's talking about : The economy
BY Rhianon Howells | 2009 issue 1
Leading figures talk about the impact of the economic downturn, and what spa operators can do to protect themselves

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Training: Swede success
BY Kath Hudson | 2009 issue 1
Stockholm’s Axelsons Gymastika Instituteis credited with making Swedish massagemainstream. Kath Hudson finds out more

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The way I see it: Jennifer Simonian
BY Rhianon Howells | 2009 issue 1
A graduate of the Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne on why she wants a spa career

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Interview: Greg Payne
BY Katie Barnes | 2009 issue 1
The head of spas for InterContinental Hotels in the Asia-Pacic region tells Katie Barnes about the challenges of developing a four-star spa brand

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Supplier profile: Dr Bronner's Magic Soaps
2009 issue 1
David Bronner, president of the veteran US soap manufacturer, on pioneering authentic organic cosmetics

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Trends: On the move
BY Susie Ellis | 2009 issue 1
Spa Finder’s Susie Ellis explores the growing trend for in-transit spa services

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Exercise psychology: Mind games
BY Kate Cracknell | 2008 issue 4
Matching people’s personalities to types of activity increases the benefits of exercise. Kate Cracknell investigates

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Training: RMIT: Masters of wellness online
BY Jennifer Todd | 2008 issue 4
Australia’s RMIT University has unveiled the country’s first wellness degree. Jennifer Todd finds out more

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Spa tourism: Beautiful view
BY Julie Cramer | 2008 issue 4
The spa industry in Portugal’s Algarve region is about to grow even stronger thanks to a new international wellness initiative. Julie Cramer reports

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Everyone's talking about: Benchmarking
BY Rhianon Howells | 2008 issue 4
Many believe an industry-wide financial benchmarking initiative for the spa sector is long overdue, but is it really worth the effort? And what challenges does it present? Rhianon Howells reports

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Ask an expert: Refurbishments
BY Katie Barnes | 2008 issue 4
When is it time to refresh your spa and how can you get the best return on your investment? Katie Barnes reports

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From Spa Business magazine
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Finishing touch: Dream performance
BY Katie Barnes | 2009 issue 1
An ongoing US study has found that getting extra sleep can help improve a person’s athletic performance

View in the digital edition

Special Investigation: Setting standards
BY Neena Dhillon | 2009 issue 1
The growing demand for organic and natural skincare has led to the creation of several standards in Europe and America – but which ones are the most credible? Neena Dhillon investigates

View in the digital edition

Letters: Write to reply
2009 issue 1
Escapism and pampering fill a need in times of crisis.

View in the digital edition

Detox Spa: Fast results
2009 issue 1
Michelle Margharita undergoes an extreme detox in Koh Samui

View in the digital edition

Ask an expert: Water conservation
BY Rhianon Howells | 2009 issue 1
We ask the experts what spa operators can do to save water – and why it matters

View in the digital edition

Design: Jean Dusek Klueter
BY Sarah Todd | 2009 issue 1
The lead spa designer for architects Wimberly Allison Tong and Goo (WATG) tells Sarah Todd what inspires her

View in the digital edition

Spa tourism: Natural opportunity
BY Nadia Damon | 2009 issue 1
Bulgaria is tapping into significant natural resources and a rich spa heritage in order to build its spa market and attract foreign visitors. Nadia Damon reports

View in the digital edition

Prevention guru: Dr Richard Carmona
BY Rhianon Howells | 2009 issue 1
The 17th Surgeon-General of the United States tells Rhianon Howells why he’s working for spa operator Canyon Ranch

View in the digital edition

Regional focus: Game on
BY Jennifer Todd | 2009 issue 1
The Chinese region of Macau has a booming casino business, but what opportunities does it hold for spas?

View in the digital edition

Everyone's talking about : The economy
BY Rhianon Howells | 2009 issue 1
Leading figures talk about the impact of the economic downturn, and what spa operators can do to protect themselves

View in the digital edition

Training: Swede success
BY Kath Hudson | 2009 issue 1
Stockholm’s Axelsons Gymastika Instituteis credited with making Swedish massagemainstream. Kath Hudson finds out more

View in the digital edition

The way I see it: Jennifer Simonian
BY Rhianon Howells | 2009 issue 1
A graduate of the Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne on why she wants a spa career

View in the digital edition

Interview: Greg Payne
BY Katie Barnes | 2009 issue 1
The head of spas for InterContinental Hotels in the Asia-Pacic region tells Katie Barnes about the challenges of developing a four-star spa brand

View in the digital edition

Supplier profile: Dr Bronner's Magic Soaps
2009 issue 1
David Bronner, president of the veteran US soap manufacturer, on pioneering authentic organic cosmetics

View in the digital edition

Trends: On the move
BY Susie Ellis | 2009 issue 1
Spa Finder’s Susie Ellis explores the growing trend for in-transit spa services

View in the digital edition

Exercise psychology: Mind games
BY Kate Cracknell | 2008 issue 4
Matching people’s personalities to types of activity increases the benefits of exercise. Kate Cracknell investigates

View in the digital edition

Training: RMIT: Masters of wellness online
BY Jennifer Todd | 2008 issue 4
Australia’s RMIT University has unveiled the country’s first wellness degree. Jennifer Todd finds out more

View in the digital edition

Spa tourism: Beautiful view
BY Julie Cramer | 2008 issue 4
The spa industry in Portugal’s Algarve region is about to grow even stronger thanks to a new international wellness initiative. Julie Cramer reports

View in the digital edition

Everyone's talking about: Benchmarking
BY Rhianon Howells | 2008 issue 4
Many believe an industry-wide financial benchmarking initiative for the spa sector is long overdue, but is it really worth the effort? And what challenges does it present? Rhianon Howells reports

View in the digital edition

Ask an expert: Refurbishments
BY Katie Barnes | 2008 issue 4
When is it time to refresh your spa and how can you get the best return on your investment? Katie Barnes reports

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