UK Spa Association launches new website and announces summer networking event

The industry association's summer networking event will be held at Pennyhill Park, in Surrey, on July 17


By Wendy Golledge

20 May 2024

The UK Spa Association has launched a new website for the spa industry, designed to improve the way its members engage online.

The focus is on intuitive navigation, interactive features and a more comprehensive resources section. The association has also revealed new and updated branding.

"Our goal with the new website is to create a dynamic online hub where spa professionals can access the information and resources they need to succeed. We believe user experience should be seamless and engaging, and our new website and branding reflects that commitment."

Abi Selby

Chair, UK Spa Association

Refreshed UKSA branding

The new interface simplifies the process of finding information, accessing resources and engaging with what the association is doing across the UK.

Key features include refreshed UKSA branding to represent a clean and modern look. Streamlined navigation ensures users can easily find the UKSA’s campaigns, events and sponsorship opportunities.

Interactive tools will provide insights into spa industry trends and best practices.

“This is the beginning of an exciting new phase of development and purpose for the UK Spa Association. We wanted to signal this change with an fresh new look and feel.”

Bobby Griffiths

General manager, UK Spa Association

“We have lots planned over the coming months and the new website is just phase one of many changes and developments for us as an association,” said UKSa general manager Bobby Griffiths

UKSA will be launching a members’-only area, which will provide members with resources and content. A fully integrated members’ portal will be added in the coming months.

UKSA summer networking event

The UKSA has also announced that its summer networking event will be held at Pennyhill Park on Wednesday, July 17.

Running from 10am-3.30pm, Fabienne Guichon-Lindholm will lead a keynote on ‘Unleashing Boldness: empowering wellness leaders in cultivating self-care’.

Guichon-Lindholm’s session will explore strategies for cultivating self-empowerment, fostering creativity and embracing innovation.

Members of the UKSA Board at the first Scottish networking event

European Spa deputy editor Mark Smith, founder of Kalm Horizons, will run a session entitled ‘The Art of Stillness’.

Embracing the therapeutic, healing benefits of the ocean, Kalm Horizons combines mindfulness, simple breathwork, aromatherapy, visualisation and sound therapy to help people gain more clarity and perspective, soothe stress and sleep more naturally.

In this unique session, delegates will have the chance to pause, still the mind and connect with the present moment.

After the event there will be a supplier focus forum and the National Spa Director Assembly.

To book visit the UKSA website.

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