Spa Therapists perform a range of body and relaxation treatments at day spas, wellness centres, hotels, resorts and retreats. A day in the life of a spa therapist might include performing massage, body wraps and facial therapy — then helping guests safely enjoy a range of relaxation equipment including saunas, thermal spas, plunge pools, and monsoon showers.
As a spa therapist you’ll be working in the beauty industry and your job role will include some of the same tasks as beauticians, but the focus of a spa therapist is usually the client’s relaxation and indulgence, whereas a beauty therapist is chiefly concerned with their client’s appearance. Spa therapists also maintain the appearance, ambience and sanitation of wellness centre equipment and public areas.
There are 2 courses available for people who want to become a Spa Therapist.