terms that you can reference.
-- Speak Up - At the time of booking, express whether you prefer a male or
female therapist. Don't be afraid to ask questions about what to
expect or what a treatment involves.
-- Take Your Time - Arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your treatment and
take advantage of the spa's amenities. You can start relaxing in the
sauna or zone out in the relaxation area. After your treatment, you
may linger at the spa for as long as you like.
-- It's Up to You - Spas will never compromise your modesty. It's up to
you as to what you wear or don't wear under your robe. Not feeling
chatty? It's also your decision if you want to talk during your
-- Affordable for All - Just as there are hotels and restaurants at
varying price points, you can expect to find a spa experience in any
price range. Nearly all spas list their prices online or just simply
ask the cost when booking your treatment over the phone.
-- Tipping Tips - Tips in the 15 to 20 percent range are customary, though
some spas include them as a service charge - so ask if you are unsure.
-- Look for the ISPA Logo - With more than 3,000 members in 75 countries,
an ISPA member spa has signed a Standards & Practices agreement and
respects your rights as a spa-goer by using the ISPA Code of Conduct.
-- More questions? - You can find more advice in ISPA's Spa 101 Guide
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