Iatria Spa Launches Membership Plans

Many spas are adding memberships components in an effort to establish client loyalty program. Following the Spa Franchises like Massage Envy, Hand and Stone and Faceology.

Cyndy Elkins, vice president of marketing at Iatria Spa has announced that the spa has launched two membership plans, the Escape the Everyday Membership as well as the Stress Less Membership.

Escape the Everyday is a 12-month membership which entitles clients to receive their choice of a one hour massage, European facial or classic manicure and pedicure each month. In addition, members save 15 percent on all spa services and 10 percent off all retail purchases. An Escape the Everyday Membership is $49.95 per month for 12 months.

Iatria's Stress Less Membership is a 12-month membership plan in which members save 10 percent off day spa services completed before 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 10 percent off all retail purchases. Stress Less Membership is $9.95 per month for 12 months.

"We are pleased to launch membership plans for our customers," said Erika Mangrum, president of Iatria Spa. "Both the Escape the Everyday Membership and the Stress Less Membership are an excellent way for customers to get the most out of their spa experience. We are proud to reward our loyal customers."

About Iatria Spa:

Iatria Spa is a full-service medically oriented spa with three locations in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Under the supervision of an on-site medical doctor and with nurse practitioners performing the services, Iatria offers laser hair removal, Botox®, Restylane®, JuvedermTM, Radiesse®, laser skin rejuvenation, Syneron Matrix IR fractionalized light therapy for acne scarring, wrinkle reduction and skin tightening. Iatria was named Top Day Spa/Medical Spa Chain in the Country by Day Spa magazine, a Five-Star Beauty Destination by NewBeauty magazine, one of the Top 20 Day Spas in the country by Launchpad magazine, Best Day Spa in the Triangle Award from Independent Weekly, and the Best Spa in western Wake County in The Cary News' yearly "Best of the West" poll. The Triangle Business Journal's Book of Lists has named Iatria one of the Top Women Owned Businesses in the Triangle every year since 2005, and the firm is a two-time recipient of the Pinnacle Business Award for Steady Growth and Profitability.