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Regions represented: Countries in Asia Description: The APSWC acts as a bridge between a number of spa associations in Asia. It works to foster growth and development of the spa industry at a regional and local level and every year is holds an invitation-only strategic planning forum for members as well as a periodic spa study tour for industry professionals.


AUSTRALIA


Australasian Spa Association (ASpa) PO Box 149, Southland Centre, VIC 3192, Australia T: +61 430 033 174 E: info@aspaassociation.com.au www.aspaassociation.com.au Region represented: Australasia Description: ASpa is a not-for- profit organisation run by members for its members. It aims to enhance communication and networking between spa parties; raise awareness of the industry; deliver information, resources and member benefits; set and implement industry standards; and provide education.


Australian Association of Massage Therapists (AAMT) Level 6, 85 Queen Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000, Australia T: +61 1300 138 872 E: info@aamt.com.au www.aamt.com.au Region represented: Australasia Description: AAMT was formed in 2003 following the amalgamation of five major massage associations across Australia. Its commitment is to uphold, promote and educate about best practice in the field of massage therapy. It also maintains a register of qualified member practitioners.


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Bali Spa and Wellness Association (BSWA) Yayasan Bali Spa, PO Box 2204, Kuta, Bali E: info@balispawellness-association.org www.balispawellness-association.org Country represented: Bali Description: BSWA was established in 2005 to develop and promote Bali’s spa offerings through education, the exchanging of ideas, networking and growth initiatives – including monthly meetings for spa industry professionals.


CHINA


China Spa Association 1408 Golden Bell Plaza, 98 Huaihai Zhong Road, Shanghai 200021, China T: +86 21 5385 8951 E: info@chinaspaassociation.com www.chinaspaassociation.com Country represented: China Description: This non-profit association helps to develop and promote the spa, health and aesthetics industries in China. Members benefit from educational workshops, newsletters and industry updates, regular meetings and events, as well as the opportunity to network with professionals from other international spa organisations.


INDIA


Indian Spa and Wellness Association (ISWA) Natraj CHS, Plot No 15, Office No 10A, Sector-4 Sanpada (E), Navi Mumbai 400705, India T: +91 982021 6022 E: contact@iswa.in www.iswa.co.in Country represented: India


Description: Part of the ISWA’s remit is to address industry concerns on standardisation, training and education. It also aims to promote the country’s traditional healing systems such as ayurveda and yoga, in a form acceptable to international spa users.


Spa Association of India (SAI) M1 Palika Bhawan, Sector 13, R K Puram, New Delhi 110066, India T: +91 995 889 5151 E: info@spaassociationofindia.in www.spaassociationofindia.in Country represented: India Description: SAI was launched to develop and maintain standards in the Indian spa industry. It works alongside national and regional tourism boards as well as operators, manufacturers and distributors to set quality standards and encourage education and preventive health and hygiene measures in the sector. A key goal of SAI is to set up a system of training accreditation in the country.


Spa & Wellness Association of India (SWAI) 62A Embassy Building 44, Nepean Sea Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400006, India E: info@spaandwellnessassociation.com www.spaandwellnessassociation.com Country represented: India Description: The Spa & Wellness Association of India represents the interests of the professional spa and hospitality sectors. It serves the industry through a number of core competencies: the preservation and protection of India’s traditional therapies; education opportunities; government advocacy; tourism promotion; commerce activities; research/statistics; and media relations.


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