Red Door Spa, a women’s health spa located in downtown Denver, is currently celebrating their 40th anniversary.
Since opening in 1972, the spa has become one of the largest in the Denver area, with over 2,000 square feet of space and over 60 different types of treatments available.
The spa is located at 2350 SW 14th Avenue in Denver, Colorado.
Red Door has a full-service bar and offers complimentary wine, beer, and cocktails for women of all ages.
The spa’s dedication to wellness is evident on the outside of the space.
The Red Doors logo sits on the side of the door, a reminder that the spa is a place for everyone.
“It’s a place that is really about being a part of a community and a place where everyone can feel welcomed and supported,” says Red Door Executive Chef Chris Smith.
“It’s like a warm, welcoming space.
We do a lot of family-friendly things, like making ice cream for people who don’t have ice cream in their freezer.
We have family fun and family outings.
There are so many great things about it.
It’s a beautiful place.
We want to make sure that every one of our customers feels like they have a home here, and they feel like they belong.”
The Red Door staff has always strived to provide a safe and nurturing environment for their guests.
“We strive to provide comfort and comfort and support for our guests, and that includes mental health and substance abuse and suicide prevention,” Smith says.
“I think it’s really important for everyone to have a place to go to and feel comfortable and welcome.
There’s a lot to celebrate here.
It was just an opportunity to say thank you.”
The spa’s 40th year began on May 1st, 2018, and it is currently operating at approximately 3,500 square feet, with approximately 15,000 individual treatments and treatments to be offered.
The current staff consists of approximately 15 staff members and their families, with an additional 30 employees on call to provide support during the year.
For those who may be interested in participating in the wellness program, the Red Door Staff Association has posted a call for volunteers here.
“We have a very large number of our employees and our family members who are willing to work full time,” says Smith.
The staff is also working with a social worker to help train additional staff members.
The wellness program is being run entirely on the Red Doors behalf.
The Red Doors commitment to the wellness of its guests is evident through the work that is being done during the annual wellness conference, The Red House, which is held at the spa each year.
The conference includes sessions with wellness experts and staff from across the region.
It is held on the third Wednesday of every month at the Red House and is a great opportunity to meet other wellness enthusiasts.
“People are so passionate about their wellness,” Smith explains.
“They just want to get well.
It seems like everyone has that goal and that’s what we want to help them achieve.
It gives people a place of belonging.”
To learn more about Red Door, visit their website at reddoorspa.com or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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