Spa Connectors, a spa training and recruitment company, has partnered with Jamu Traditions, an Indonesian wellness therapy company, to manage its Jama Spa School, Jamu Production House, and Jamu Traditional Spa (Bali). Spa Connectors launched earlier this year and provides marketing and management solutions to ensure spas are operationally sound and profitable from the start. Its services include project feasibility, concept development, branding, guest service journey, signature treatment development, spa therapist recruitment and training, spa audits, executive recruitment, performance coaching, and contract management solutions. “Spa Connectors are passionate about empowering young people all over the world to develop a meaningful career in the spa industry and share our values of quality education, community enrichment, and integrity,” says Ayu Puspita Dewi, general manager for Jamu Traditions.
Established in 1988, Jamu Spa School was the first spa school to open in Bali and has grown into the most comprehensive training center on the island. It now operates as an internationally award‐winning school with local and international CIBTEC certification, branded spas, a production house, and wellness clinic. Jamu Spa School’s teaching methods are based on decades of experience in the spa industry and international‐quality expertise. The Jamu Production House manufactures a range of branded products, private label product solutions for hotels and spas, lifestyle retail, and operating supplies and accessories. It is recognized for its commitment to quality, use of natural ingredients, and sustainable production methods. “The collaboration between Spa Connectors and Jamu brings together two industry powerhouses and is exactly what is needed right now to fill a global deficit of highly‐trained spa professionals,” says Jeannine Carroll, founder and president director of Jamu Traditions. “There is no one else in the industry offering this level of training and such all‐encompassing solutions to issues so many spas are currently facing.”