Natural Resources Spa Consulting Merges with WTS International

Natural Resources Spa Consulting (NRI), has merged with WTS International (WTS), the global spa consultancy and management firm. The move expands the WTS global business base and range of services the firm has to offer. Specializing in consulting and operational services for wellness, spa, fitness, and leisure facilities worldwide, WTS services include feasibility studies, concept and brand development, design consulting, pre-opening, and daily management.

For more than 20 years, NRI owner and president, Kim Matheson, has undertaken spa consultancy work, including design and pre-opening support, for a diverse range of clients including: The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, Marriott International, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, and Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, as well as many other notable hospitality firms. This business will now become part of WTS International, with Matheson as senior vice president of WTS. “We have merged NRI into WTS, to create a global, cutting-edge consultancy and management firm,” says Matheson. “Our team is prepared to craft the ultimate in authentic and luxurious experiences, with a sense of place and dramatic experiential components.”  

Both organizations continue to be recognized as industry leaders for their creative and innovative approach to spa/wellness facility design and operations. Says Gary Henkin, CEO of WTS International, “Kim Matheson is a world class spa and leisure consultant, and her involvement with WTS will allow us to further expand the breadth and diversity of our services, field, both in the US and on a global basis.”


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