Things To Consider While Planning A Visit To A Spa
As a woman, we play different roles and with total proficiency. The home maker who would do anything to see that her child isn’t devoid of any happiness, the corporate employee who proficiently manages work making sure things get done on time, the bestie who always has the patience and just the right advice for her anxious best friend, as even the friendly neighbor who would gladly babysit the pair of trouble-makers while their parents spend a romantic wedding anniversary by the lake. We have an in-built multi-tasking system, which helps us juggle between our responsibilities and priorities with utmost efficiency. We do it all and we do it right.
But let’s face it. We don’t always want be the caretaker. We also like to be taken care of sometimes. Every once in a while, we like to be at the receiving end. We like to be the one who is cared for, pampered and treated like a princess. Spa time is for us to relax, let our hair down, loosen up and treat our bodies to a well-deserved treat. But there are a few things to be kept in mind before visiting the spa, especially, if you’re a first-timer.
Do your own research about the spa you are visiting
Ask around about the spa you are planning to visit. Do your own little scrutiny about the place. Get reviews from your friends and relatives who have been there before. Ask them about the quality of service, their experience and most importantly, whether they would recommend it.
Make an appointment before you visit a spa
If you are only going to get your nails done or a quick pedicure, you can just drop by the place without prior notice. However for everything else, make sure you get an appointment beforehand. It’s convenient for them and even you don’t have to be kept waiting for your turn.
Choose the gender of the body worker before going to the spa
If you have your inhibitions and are not comfortable with a male masseur, you can ask for a masseuse. You have complete liberty to select the gender of the body worker. You can let them know your gender preference while making the appointment or you can tell the receptionist right before you begin your treatment.