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2016 Southern Salon & Spa Conference Key Takeaways

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2016 Southern Salon & Spa Conference Key Takeaways

Here at Body Health & Mind Center, personal growth and learning are top priorities. In our fast-paced, ever-changing world, staying on top of the latest developments and trends in the health and beauty market can be challenging. Conferences like the Southern Salon & Spa Conference allow us to learn the latest processes and styles from some of the industry’s best, discover new products and trends, and renew friendships and develop new ones.

 

Attendees from the spa team included Janet Williams, owner;  Beth Ann Rice, Dominique Bowen and Natalie Moore, cosmetologists; Allison Cole, aesthetician; Rhonda Adkins, massage therapist. Below are our top takeaways from the conference.

Beth

“One of the most important things I learned from the Southern Spa Conference was gaining the understanding of ingredients in the products that we use. I will continue to study and learn the chemistry along with the benefits they have on our skin.”

Janet

“I enjoyed watching our team grow. We spent many hours making plans on how to better serve our clientele.”

Natalie

“I took away from the Hickory show some fun new hair techniques. The quick Shadow Roots technique will be great for the client that wants a lower maintenance hair color.”

Allison

“I enjoyed learning new products and methods to treat acne as well as increasing my knowledge of chemical peels. Getting to experience advanced skin care treatments like micro needling was the highlight of my weekend.”

Rhonda

“I learned many massage modalities for relieving nerve impingement in cervical and shoulder conditions without clients having to resort to surgeries or injections. I also learned Asian sports massage which works on meridians to relieve pain by getting muscles to relax and get back to their resting length to improve posture and overall health.”