Spa Update, Plus Thai Herbal Ball Massage
Hey everyone. I know it’s been a long time, but boy has it been busy at the spa. We can now see we are on an upward trend in customer base and revenue on a month by month comparison. Currently our biggest issue is not customers but employees. Namely we need more nail/cosmetology technicians. So if you know a responsible person with a certification that wants to build an awesome customer base and make great money, send them our way, we’ll even give you a finders fee if it works out. We seriously need some people soon as we are losing money hand over fist with all the customers we turn away daily because of full schedules.
We are scheduled to be on Day Time at 9 and SA Living on FOX 29 and WOAI 4 on Dec. 19th and the 21st but I fear the influx of people if we don’t have enough employees. As a side note, I do have to say our customers have been wonderful to date, for the most part very kind and they all love our spa design, check out our 20+ five-star reviews on Yelp now.
Ok now for a little on one of my personal favorites, Thai herbal ball and the benefits of it during a massage. What I love most about getting a massage with the use of an herbal ball is takes you straight to Thailand in your mind. The smell of the herbal ball with various herbs such as ginger, lemongrass, kaffir leaves, and so on puts your mind and spirit in a completely different state. The gentle patting motion of the warmly steamed herbal ball on your skin leaves your pores feeling open and slightly minty if you will. The combination of the smell and warm presses are sublime for your senses.
After your massage the herbs from the steamed ball continue to keep working deep into your muscles, finding relief for those aching areas. Soon after you may find yourself desiring to take a nap or simply relax. This may be a wonderful idea. I recommend the Thai herbal ball treatment for those who have deep aches from intense gym work outs or gardening work in those hot San Antonio summers or even pains from those cold winter chills that you feel deep in your bones.