2019 ISPA Conference & Expo
September 11-13 | Las Vegas, NV

The ISPA Conference & Expo provides multiple opportunities to experience high-level education from respected business professionals and spa industry leaders. This isn’t your typical spa event. It’s an inspiring experience developed for today’s spa professionals by spa professionals.

Not an ISPA Member?

If you are not currently an ISPA member but wish to register for the 2019 ISPA Conference & Expo, simply click here to start the membership application form or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.for assistance. 

Groups of five or more save

By bringing a team of five or more, you can save on your registration. The ISPA team can register your conference team and provide one invoice for easy payment. Contact us by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 1.859.219.3512 for assistance.

Eligible Registration

Current ISPA members within the spa, corporate spa headquarter, corporate spa link, spa under development, student, transitional, service provider or educator categories may register to attend the ISPA Conference & Expo. For more information on ISPA membership categories, please click here. All resource partners who qualify as a vendor must exhibit or sponsor at the ISPA Conference & Expo to attend the event. To learn more about these opportunities contact 1.859.226.4372 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The qualifying definitions for both service provider and vendor are outlined below.

Service Provider: Business has a sole focus of providing professional services. A service provider may not distribute, produce or sell products within the spa industry or serve as an employee or official representative of any company that meets the definition of an ISPA vendor. A product is defined as anything that is made or grown to be sold (including digital or web-based products). Examples of ISPA service providers include full-service consultants who do not sell, represent or distribute spa products, educational institutions and investors.

Vendor: Business distributes, produces or sells products within the spa industry. A product is defined as anything that is made or grown to be sold (including digital or web-based products). Examples may include companies that sell tangible products, virtual products, events, publications, insurance, software, deal promotions, online directories, etc. In order to attend at a member rate, the registrant must have an active membership at the time of the Conference.

Cancellation Policy

Registrations may be cancelled by submitting a written notification of cancellation to ISPA headquarters. A full refund (less an administrative fee of $25) is available to those who cancel their registration by July 31, 2019. All cancellation requests received after August 1, 2019 will receive a 50 percent refund. No-shows will not qualify for a refund of fees.

Convince your boss

Time to Manage Up.

Bosses are busy and sometimes when they get a request to go to Vegas, they might be a little leary of any motive you might have to go. Also, remember that bosses are generally concerned about ROI, so let’s go in with some strategy.

Tie your journey in with your boss’s.

If you don’t know your boss’s goals, you should probably start by learning them and figuring out how to help reach them. Chances are, your trip to Conference will align with their interests. Whether it’s our general education sessions, scouting out new products and services, or bringing back life-lessons from our keynote speakers, you can come here on a mission.

Have an after plan.

Going to Conference and gathering knowledge and inspiration is one thing. Putting what you’ve learned into action is a whole other level. Figure out how you’re going to put what you’ve learned into action or at least figure out how you can bring back information for the entire team and let them help reach your boss’s goals, too. We definitely recommend you have a nice team brief ready when you get back.

Promise to bring back samples.

There’s usually a few goodie bags that people return with. Maybe if you promise a few samples? Oh, and bring back business cards and lots of photos, too.