DecisionsFirst things first, choose a spa you wish to go to. You’ll want to find out which spas are in somewhat close driving distance and have decent reputations. Among these spas, see what services are offered. Some spas are designed to be more like beauty salons, while others relate more to holistic healing. Look online to see if the spa offers that mud-bath treatment you want, and don’t forget to examine the prices. Some services may come in packages, so see what these are and what you’ll have to pay for them.
Also research what the facilities are like and who will be administering these services. Look at the staff’s credentials and qualifications. Go with the spa that appeals to your body’s needs and wallet the most. Then decide on a date to go. Confer with your group so you can pool schedules and decide on the best time. Aim for a weekday morning, when the spa is usually less busy. Set up an appointment when you’ve made these decisions.