Three South Africans have been shortlisted for the Hall of Wellness Awards, a brand new event that recognises those excelling in their fields in the global spa, beauty and wellness industry.
Alida Brynard, spa manager at Leeu Spa in Franschhoek, is a finalist in the Director/Manager – Africa category, while Dubai-based Izanne Fagan is nominated for Trainer – Middle East. Marisa Dimitriadis of The Spa Consultants and The Spa Professionals Guild is up for Global Personality/Contributor to the Industry.
The Hall of Wellness Awards was created by Kathryn Moore, founder of Spa Connectors. Says Moore: “We created these awards to give back to the people on the ground and recognise their great work.”
Winners will be announced during a virtual event held on 4 December 2020.
There are four rounds in the Hall of Wellness Awards. To win an award category, an entrant must successfully compete and pass through all four rounds. Round 1: Verification of Eligibility/Suitability to Enter; Round 2: Short Answer Questions; Round 3: 1.1 Interview with Judges; and Round 4: Public Votes/360 Degree Review/Skills Demo or Video.
The Judges are: Amy McDonald (Owner, Under A Tree Consulting); Anne McCall-Wilson (Principal, McCall-Wilson); Daniella Russell (MD, Daniella Russell Global); and Emma McGrady (Director, Crown Spas).
For more information or to cast your vote click here http://hallofwellnessawards.com/
Hall of Wellness has also launched its CSR Commitment and Scholarshp Programme to provide elevation through education, empowering and inspiring individuals to become tomorrow’s wellness advocates. This sustainable development programme is open to submissions through self or peer nomination.
For more information on the CSR programme email firstname.lastname@example.org