Alright, so why a site called Spas in Los Angeles and why should you listen to what I have to say?
Well, first of all I do not own a spa and this site was designed to help someone looking to better their spa treatment, and to make informed decisions on how to pick your next spa service. I made this website in appreciation of all the wonderful experiences I had at the BLVD Hotel in Studio City.
Note: I did pick this particular spa because I feel as though they needed to get more exposure and I truly am content with my experiences there. Now I am not going to bash on any actual spa companies but I will make a solid recommendation for one Spa company, The BlVD Hotel and Spa in Studio City California, because they are highly respectable, and provide great treatment, services, and packages. So hopefully this site will provide you with some helpful tips on how to pick spa treatments and locations for you.
Now, hopefully when you went online to try and decide on which place you wanted to get that Swedish massage or relaxation therapy you typed in something like Spas in Los Angeles, and if I designed this site correctly, I should have been one of the first results you found.
….and lucky for you, you have found me!
Before I get started on this epic journey of how to find the perfect spa massage place I always thought all spa treatment centers were the same. I mean you have your Swedish massages, sport massages, services, treatments, packages, Jacuzzis, and all the other relaxing amenities that one would think every spa would have. Well little did I know not all spas provide these general amenities. If you thought the same, well then no worries because I will explain all the details, here at Spas in Los Angeles. I will show you what to look for when trying to find the spa that fits for you. It is not as simple as going to a spa that offers full body therapy and has a nice Jacuzzi. There is more to it then that.
First of all i want to give you one word of warning. You cannot rely on an organization like the Better Business Bureau to vouch for a company. Most people are not aware of this, but the Better Business Bureau is not any type of official governing body like their name implies and they are actually paid by the businesses they represent! Can you say conflict of interest? Here is a very eye opening story about the BBB that you might want to check out.
It also important to note where you massage therapists get their certifications from. Are they apart of the spa certification groups and what kind of experience do your therapists have. You want your massage therapist to have experience in whatever type of massage you are trying to get. You would think this is common but the fact is most people do not ask questions, and it is possible that the spa you are currently receiving treatment from will withhold that information from you if you do not specifically ask.
Ok so I want you to wrap your head around this as far as the first post is concerned. I look forward to sharing more information with you at Spas in Los Angeles Dot Com and I hope the information in the upcoming posts will help you easily decide on which spa service you will choose next.