Therapists celebrate their 2016 achievements

Dec 23, 2016
Posted in: Ragdale Hall News   Posted by: Joni Appleton

The achievements of Ragdale Hall’s therapists were recognised at their recent annual awards ceremony.

Led by Senior Treatments Managers, Zoe Heightley and Hannah Farrell-Wall, the event celebrated commitment, professionalism and appreciation by Ragdale Hall’s guests and the Treatments management team.

With almost 130 therapists, we have one of the largest teams of therapists in the country. They deliver a wide range of treatments, including facials, massages, dry-floats and holistic therapies, manicures, pedicures, High Definition Brows and lash extensions, and work with brands including Elemis, Clarins, Decleor, Spa Find, OPI and Jennifer Young.

Our therapists really value the comments from our guests about their treatment experience, and the therapists who received the most mentions from guests on their feedback forms after their visit were: Adrian Hunt,  Tina Rusu, Megan Chamberlain, Heidi Flude, Theresa Draper, Natasha Mistry, David Ryan.

Ragdale therapists recognised for achieving 100 per cent attendance over the  year were: Baljit Kaur, Tina Rusu, Jordan Cox, Sarah Robba, Sarah Louise Waters, Katie Doo, Jon Jarvis, Nicola Jakins, Caroline Carlisle, Jacqui Caviner, Amy Freestone, Carla-Jade Doyle.

This year’s Outstanding Therapist Award was presented to Sarah Louise Waters for her outstanding contribution to both the team and the Hall throughout the year. As well as a certificate, she received a £100 treatment voucher.

Originally from London, Sarah visited Ragdale Hall as a guest in 1996 and was so impressed she immediately knew she wanted to work here. She prefers to  focus on a holistic approach to beauty and wellbeing. She said: “I’ve worked in many environments but Ragdale Hall is the most professional and is all about customer service.

“The team feels like a big family and I love my job. I get a lot of variety as I work hands-on as a therapist but also manage bookings and advise guests at the Treatments Reception, and I also give evening talks for guests, doing guided meditation, so it’s a great mix and no two days are the same. Massage is my favourite type of treatment to perform and I’ve trained in different types, such as Balinese, Thai and Reflexology. It’s very satisfying to see the difference you make to someone when they’ve had a good massage!”


Are you interested in joining our team of therapists? Find out more about working at Ragdale Hall.


One response to “Therapists celebrate their 2016 achievements”

  1. Jayne Matless says:

    Well done Guys & Girls – I’m so looking forward to you looking after me in June 2017, you’re the best!

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