American Spaspitality Quiz
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1. Places devoted to overall well-being through a variety of professional services that encourage the renewal of mind, body and spirit are called: *
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2. "SPA" is assumed to stand for: *
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3. Another possible origin of the word "spa" could be: *
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4. Early evidence of spa-like references can be found in this ancient civilization: *
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5. Onsen are: *
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6. Early evidence of spa-like facilities in the Americas can be found dating back to about how many years ago? *
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7. The Imperial Baths were located in: *
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8. Groups of ancient Roman thermal bath buildings were called: *
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9. Hammam is another name for a: *
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10. The 1600s - 1800s saw increased popularity in spa towns in which country? *
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11. The American Medical Association Committee on Sanataria and Springs published a report covering over 600 springs and mineral pools in which year? *
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12. The use of water to aid in health is called: *
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13. A spa facility where guests are not given the option to stay overnight is a: *
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14. A spa facility where guests are immersed in wellness activities during their entire stay is a: *
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15. Elizabeth Arden and her Red Door salons focused on which spa services in the early 1900s? *
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16. Noel de Caprio and her day spa concept took hold in 1972 in which state? *
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17. In 2010, which percentage of spa businesses were day spas? *
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18. In 1965, this spa opened in Carlsbad, CA and kicked off the resort spa business model: *
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19. In the 1800s, the Battle Creek Sanitarium was founded by: *
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20. Rancho La Puerta, the first destination spa, began as a health camp in this year: *
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21. Features enjoyed at a destination spa might include: *
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22. In 2007, there were this many destination spas in the United States: *
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23. The United States is home to this many hot springs (estimated): *
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24. Hot spring dangers can include: *
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25. Tepid water falls in this temperature range (degrees Fahrenheit): *
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26. A traditional Russian steam room is called a: *
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27. A shower that massages the shoulders using a powerful sheet of water is a: *
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28. A fango bath contains: *
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29. A cold pool/bath is called a: *
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30. A facial often includes a massage of these areas in addition to the face: *
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