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ENGLISH FOR SPA/HEALTH RESORT WORKERS
topic: General vocabulary about spa treatments and services 1



Fill in each blank with the correct word. If both words can be used, choose the one that sounds more natural in each situation:


1. We only hire (certificate/licensed) massage therapists.

2. You can have/receive up to 3 treatments (daily/day).

3. I recommend our (hydro/water)therapy treatments.

4. We've got a world- (level/class) fitness center with a weight room and aerobics lessons.

5. That's Tim. He's one of our yoga (instructors/tutors).

6. A (day/daily) spa is a place where one can come for a quick treatment.

7. Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese healing (thing/technique).

8. Acupuncture can be used to treat various types of (ailments/coughs) ( = diseases, etc.)

9. We also offer a two-week treatment (plan/planning), which is designed to lower your blood pressure.

10. These treatments will help you get (rid/red) of ( = eliminate) your back pain.






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What's the difference between a "day spa" and a "destination spa"? Both offer the same treatments/services, but when you go to a day spa, you get the treatment and go home (kind of like a beauty salon), while a "destination spa" is more like a hotel, a place to stay a few days (or more).


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