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Full membership is open to spas in the following categories:

  • Club Spa

    Club Spas focus primarily on physical fitness but also offer various professionally administered spa services on a day-use basis.

  • Day Spa

    Day Spas offer clients a wide range of professionally administered spa services on a day-use basis.

  • Destination Spa

    Destination Spas are facilities that are designed to guide their clients towards a healthy lifestyle. Contrary to the day spa, a destination spa is usually chosen for an extended stay, during which the client participates in a comprehensive programme that includes spa services and treatments, physical fitness activities, wellness education, healthy cuisine and special interest programmes.

  • Medical Spa

    Medical Spas operate under the full-time, on-site supervision of a licensed health care professional whose primary purpose is to provide comprehensive medical and wellness care in an environment that integrates spa services and treatments, as well as traditional, complementary and/or alternative therapies and treatments. The facility operates within the scope of practice of its staff, which can include both aesthetic/cosmetic and prevention/wellness procedures and services.

  • Thalassotherapy/Mineral Springs Spa

    Mineral Springs Spas offer an on-site source of natural mineral, thermal or sea water which is used in professionally administered hydrotherapy treatments.

  • Resort/Hotel Spa

    Resort or Hotel Spas are incorporated within a resort or a hotel, to offer hotel guests and/or residents professionally administered spa services and treatments either a la carte or within an extended multi-day programme.

Affiliate membership is open to:

  • Companies related to the spa sector:

    suppliers, architects & designers, journalist and associations

  • Individual Therapist:

    therapists who work in spas that are members of the Cyprus Spa Association.

The CSA strives to continuously enrich membership benefits which include:

  • Direct communication between members
  • Joint marketing programmes
  • Up-to-date and valuable spa related information
  • Ever growing data and information base with health- and spa related information covering
    • Consumer research information, trends
    • Industry information, trends
    • Other interesting topics of spa business
    • Journalist database
  • Annual market research and cooperation with educational establishments to conduct further research in the European Spa Industry
  • Communication with press/media by providing regular information and press releases
  • Regular articles/features in international spa publications
  • Bi-annual members newsletter
  • Listing in comprehensive Cyprus Spa Guide for spa users.


Many of the CSA’s seminars and educational lectures are also open to interested non-members (at a charge).