The force of nature, and what it delivers is certainly fascinating…and healing. The demand for thermal services is steadily increasing, especially as we come out of this pandemic, and more guests are seeking a connection with nature to pursue alternative ways of healing and relaxation. Therapies based on the natural elements of thermal waters have been popular throughout the world for centuries, yet here in the US, are becoming of tremendous interest in more recent years.
Consumers are seeking experiential healing, a social environment, the ability to stay close to home, a connection to nature, and the opportunity for multi-generational experiences, according to the Global Wellness Institute’s Hot Springs Initiative.
When and were will you soak next?
Lynn Curry, CMC, ISHC, has been a Spa Consultant since 1997. She has provided financial feasibility, guest use projections, design development, concept direction, equipment specifications, and pre-opening consulting services to dozens of upscale and luxury resorts, casinos, hotels, residential community spas, and wellbeing hospitality properties. She launched Curry Spa Consulting, Inc. in 2011, which quickly became a global spa consulting firm with clients worldwide. She was named American Spa Magazine's Favorite Spa Consultant for the 2018 Professional Choice Awards and was runner up to the industry's Women In Wellness Spa Consultant of the Year. She is a proud member of the International Society of Hospitality Consultants (the leading source for global hospitality expertise) and a Certified Management Consultant™ (CMC®) with the Institute of Management Consultants (an ISO/IEC 17024 Certifying Body).All author posts