Ispaa Management courses are designed to give participants the deeper knowledge to build the business from the grassroots level. It includes project planning and execution, investment and finance, recruitment and training, day today managerial tasks etc. Another area of focus is how to increase revenue by connecting key areas; Sales & Marketing and Finance. Students will come away being able to manage their department and resources better through an enhanced understanding of current Sales and Marketing techniques that are specifically suited to the Spa environment and also through an appreciation of finance and budgeting. These skills will enable the participants to engage more fully in the business and bring additional revenue to the bottom line.This course is vital for businesses looking to gain an edge in the increasingly competitive wellness Industry. Course Highlights: Unique spa concept to makes your Spa different. The connection between Finance and Sales & Marketing in order to create plans that get results. Read, analyze and understand a P&L statement for effective budgeting and accurate forecasting. Financial language to be able to effectively communicate with the Finance Director. The connection between understanding the Spa business and leading effective teams. Each Participant would be capable of managing the spa division with full confidence. Hundreds of tools to improve the on going projects in quality and profitability standards.
Swedish Massage is the first scientific style of massage which is formulated on the basis of modern anatomy and physiology. Swedish Massage received wide acceptance in Europe and America for the last two centuries, because of it's scientific approach. It become a common term, it become a synonym for Holistic Therapy and even common people know about Swedish massage. This massage style is now practiced all over the world and we can’t think about a spa menu without having a Swedish massage. Swedish Massage created a benchmark for SPA treatments in different styles. No matter whether it is Asian style or oriental style. Dr.Per Henrik ling is considered the father of Swedish massage and was a Swedish doctor who combined different body workout methods into a massage technique. His knowledge in modern physiology and anatomy helped him to develop various movements which can be incorporated with a massage routine and is known as five classical movements or Swedish massage. From 1830-1839 Ling taught in Sweden and his technique got wide popularity in Europe. Emotional Benefits: Sometime massage treatments are used subconsciously to satisfy the emotional needs that nurturing the touch fulfills, dose of acceptance, care and attention. This can result in the release of emotion during treatment. Tears coming out from the eyes making sounds without meaning, laughing, sigh are the signs of emotional release during the massage. In very rare case the clients show anger as they let down their defenses in the safety experienced with their therapist. Sensual relaxation: The relaxation response evoked by the massage affects the senses and induces sense of happiness. Stress hormones and cortisone levels are reduced and youth hormones will be activated. It brings about high energy level and youthfulness that creates new vision and new approaches to the life. So, that a massage can be a life changing experience as well. Psychological Effects: Clients receiving Swedish massage regularly become more aware about their body it turns the massage routine to a journey of self discovery as the client learns how it feels to be relaxed and in tune with their well being. Client also develops an increased awareness of what is happening in different parts of their body. This all helps the processes of taking responsibility for one’s own health and happiness. Poor body image and low self esteem have been known to decrease after massage treatment, as individuals become more comfortable and knowledgeable about their bodies.