The International SPA Association (ISPA) has added a new virtual experience to its 2021 lineup. The inaugural ISPA Stronger Together Summit was created to conveniently deliver relevant education to help spas across the globe elevate their businesses during these extraordinary times.
The Global Wellness Summit (GWS) today released its top nine wellness trends for 2021, presenting the new directions the organization believes will have the most meaningful impact on the multitrillion-dollar global wellness industry. The trends were presented at a virtual press event attended by thousands worldwide.
Massage Envy, a leading provider of massage and skin care services in the US, and Performance Health, a world leader in providing rehabilitation, recovery, and sports medicine products and solutions, today announced the winners of the 2020 Successful Hands Grant Program.
Due to the ongoing restrictions and safety considerations around the COVID-19 pandemic, ISPA has made the decision to cancel their 2021 Conference & Expo.
Universal Companies, a spa and wellness company, is introducing Safety and Sanitation Essentials, the first complete line of products and services specially curated for spas and salons, according to Universal Companies’ Chief Executive Officer, Karen Short.
The NCCA reaccredited the NCBTMB Board Certification in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (BCTMB) designation for a five-year period, expiring April 30, 2025, during its recent meeting.
An ABMP member reported receiving an apparent scam email stating that images on the member’s website were “stolen” and being used illegally. This is a common phishing scheme and is not limited to ABMP members or their websites.
The agenda gives ideas on how researchers, practitioners, educators, students, and organizations can become involved in progressing the agenda and the profession.
The International SPA (ISPA) Association and CIDESCO, a beauty and spa therapy training organization, are collaborating to elevate and celebrate careers in the global spa industry.
A systematic review published in the August 2020 issue of Journal of Cancer Survivorship: Research and Practice examined the effectiveness of manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) therapy for those at risk of or living with lymphedema.