Spa & Resort and Medical Spa Expo and Conference

Industry professionals in the spa and medical spa fields will participate in a first-of-its-kind roundtable and networking event, including one-on-one consultations for spa and medical professionals at the Spa & Resort and Medical Spa Expo and Conference, March 3 – 5, 2007, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. More than a handful of experts from various segments of the spa and medical spa industries will comprise the roundtable. The new expert roundtable at the 2007 Spa & Resort and Medical Spa Expo and Conference will enable participants to meet with industry colleagues.

In lieu of spending what could amount to thousands of dollars in consulting fees, participation will allow attendees the opportunity to ask experts questions relevant to their respective industries, such as Medical Spa challenges with Angela Caponi, Wendy Bosalavage, and Dee Deluca Mattos; Regulatory issues for estheticians with Susanne Warfield; Alternative healing therapies and whether they are right for your spa with Dr. Paul Epstein.

Current trends and issues in massage therapy with Lynda Solien-Wolfe; Public health & safety in spas and medical spas with Mary Beth O'Brien; Why the nursing profession fits within a medical spa environment with Pamela Hill; Increasing revenue in day and resort spas through retailing with Lenny LeCour; Legal issues for spas and medical spas with Brooks Baldwin; How to promote your facility for maximum return through public relations with Nancy Trent.

In addition to the first-of-its-kind roundtable event, the 2007 Los Angeles event, owned and managed by Reed Exhibitions, the world's largest trade show management company, will unveil several new features. A newly created area on the show floor, called the Spa Sanctuary presented by ScripSpaSupply; new educational tracks for Nurses and Estheticians; and valuable education packages are just some of the changes that will debut at the Los Angeles event.

The event's expanded duration will help to accommodate the Nursing Education track with five hours of Continuing Medical Education credits; the Esthetician track with six hours of National Coalition of Estheticians, Manufacturers / Distributors & Associations (NCEA) Continuing Education credits; and the Massage Therapy training track –now spread over three days– with 16 hours of Continuing Education credits. The Spa Sanctuary will bring the spa atmosphere to the show floor and allow attendees to relax and unwind.

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