What does the Spa Therapist do and what’s in their job description? Find out more below.

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The Spa Therapist administers professional massage and body treatments to the guests. They must have a thorough knowledge of numerous massage modalities and possess a general understanding of body treatments. Moreover, they should be willing to train in our spa’s specific massage and body treatment offerings. They must possess excellent communication skills and be able to learn the products and services. They must also hold and maintain a current state license.

Spa Therapist Job Description – Duties and Responsibilities

  • Be punctual and prompt with each appointment and perform services within the appropriate time.
  • Provide consistent professional massage and body treatments.
  • Effectively inform and educate our guests about specific wellness concerns.
  • Be flexible with your schedule, supporting the needs of the spa.
  • Properly care for equipment and use proper amounts of product.
  • Have complete knowledge and understanding of all services and products.
  • Uphold the standards of sanitation and sterilization. As directed by both the law and the spa’s policies and procedures.
  • Perform prep work. Moreover, properly clean and restock room as required.
  • Communicate any and all occurrences involving staff or guests in the spa that require attention.
  • Actively promote the spa, treatments, services and retail, as well as programs, promotions and/or discounts available.
  • Handle guests’ questions and concerns professionally and courteously.
  • Provide accurate, appropriate and immediate responses to all guest requests.
  • Work without direct supervision.
  • Maintain a positive attitude and contribute toward a quality work environment.
  • Regularly attend, participate in and support training and staff meetings.
  • Assist in all areas of spa operation as necessary.