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Posted by  Alma Posada on December 27, 2003 at 16:37:26:

In Reply to:  Re: Pros & cons of working in a big architecture corporation posted by vaibhav sawant on December 13, 2003 at 07:26:20:

I work at a spa as a Massage Therapist in california. The Issues we approch or problems is the noises in the room so dissing some thing that if the treatmeants rooms are noisy put them away form the ones that are not. Also People like to get away from the ordanary so i recomend to but it like some misteriouse some what confusing but not. make halls wide enough that couses alot of bupping. The color and lighting are very important stairs are ways elegent but also harm full (people like them but they dont like to fall). Make the antrance a different experiance than the spa. When people come in the from door they get one idea but when they enter a spa is ways diffrent from what they expected. BOth very realaxed asmaphire. Builts not just for ur clients but for u employes enough space is what recomend. Built diffrent types of rooms besides the treatment rooms like a quiet room, no one is allowed to speak in there. Conferance room people can rent it to companies to have there conferances. Lunch room. Also enoght storage room in the rooms as well in the intire spa. Every thing has a place.
This are some of the things we as employes see in the spa and some clients share with us. I recomend to call a spa manager and to talk to them. IM sure they would be great help

 
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