[Salt Therapy] How One Spa Supports Its Staff

Omni Bedford Springs Resort and Spa in Pennsylvania has introduced a halotherapy treatment and therapist education to its menu.

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Springs Eternal Spa at Omni Bedford Springs Resort and Spa in Pennsylvania has added a Saltability Himalayan Salt Stone Massage to its treatment menu and will have 15 massage therapists complete the brand’s National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB). This certification program's Himalayan salt stone massage course features comprehensive continuing education, including massage setup, care and cleaning of salt stones, body mechanics and ergonomics, how to communicate the therapeutic benefits of salt therapy to clients, and more.

“When I was researching modalities to enhance our current Springs Eternal Spa therapeutic treatments, Himalayan Salt Stone Massage undoubtedly captured my interest,” said Stephanie Cardwell, spa director at Springs Eternal Spa. “Continuing education is incredibly important to me, as it not only enhances our guest’s experiences but also complements the modalities already developed by our exceptional team of service providers. The addition of Himalayan Salt Stone Massage will allow us to exceed guest expectations with a progressive menu of offeringsand offer a new service that aids in calming the foundational nervous system while promoting rest and relaxation.”

The Himalayan Salt Stone Massage doesn't use water, and the salt stones contain 84 natural minerals and elements that exfoliate the skin while delivering essential nourishment.

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