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Cancellation Policy

All Appointments must be cancelled within 24 hours of your scheduled appointment. If you do not cancel within 24 hours, you will be charged full price.

Multiple Appointments

Scheduling multiple appointments within a week is against our policy. You will be charged full price if more than 1 appointment is booked within this time frame. If you book an appointment under your name for another person, you will be responsible for that charge. If you need to book more than 1 appointment within a weeks time, please call the salon to book the additional appointment.

Vouchers/Packages

Vouchers and Packages can only be used in the location they were purchased for or in. Please make sure you only book your appointment in the location that is listed on your voucher or in the location you purchased your package. If any appointment is made with a voucher for another salon location, you will be charged full price for your tan.

IMPORTANT:

When you are scheduling your tan online and have a voucher, make sure you choose the Voucher company name in the
section where you have to choose your tan
example: Gilt single tan, Gilt 2 pack
next, make sure you enter the voucher code.

All clients,must enter a valid credit card number in order to schedule an appointment. Even if you have a package or voucher.
Once you enter your voucher information, you will only be charged tax on that voucher.( $1.12 per session).
If you have a package, the system will recognize that and will not charge you.

In order to book an appointment with us, you must create an online account with full name, phone number, email address and credit card information,. If you have difficulty doing this, we can help you over the phone.
Once you schedule your appointment, you will receive an email confirmation.

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Please Read Before You Schedule
Your Appointment
Cancellation Policy

All Appointments must be cancelled within 24 hours of your scheduled appointment. If you do not cancel within 24 hours, you will be charged full price.

Multiple Appointments

Scheduling multiple appointments within a week is against our policy. You will be charged full price if more than 1 appointment is booked within this time frame. If you book an appointment under your name for another person, you will be responsible for that charge. If you need to book more than 1 appointment within a weeks time, please call the salon to book the additional appointment.

Vouchers/Packages

Vouchers and Packages can only be used in the location they were purchased for or in. Please make sure you only book your appointment in the location that is listed on your voucher or in the location you purchased your package. If any appointment is made with a voucher for another salon location, you will be charged full price for your tan.

IMPORTANT:

When you are scheduling your tan online and have a voucher, make sure you choose the Voucher company name in the
section where you have to choose your tan
example: Gilt single tan, Gilt 2 pack
next, make sure you enter the voucher code.

All clients,must enter a valid credit card number in order to schedule an appointment. Even if you have a package or voucher.
Once you enter your voucher information, you will only be charged tax on that voucher.( $1.12 per session).
If you have a package, the system will recognize that and will not charge you.

In order to book an appointment with us, you must create an online account with full name, phone number, email address and credit card information,. If you have difficulty doing this, we can help you over the phone.
Once you schedule your appointment, you will receive an email confirmation.

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The Glow Bar Blog

why dance?

I was contemplating the subject of why I am so compulsive about dancing. Why do I – a grown-up, adult woman – spend so much time trying to learn to learn to dance. I mean, what is the best I can ever attain? I am hardly going to get a call asking me to star in the Nutcracker at Lincoln Centre…

Learning to dance, has, somehow – or other, assumed an urgent importance in my agenda. It is something I have been interested in, and around the periphery of, for a long time. I took up ballroom dance about 15 years ago. I loved it, kept dipping my toe in it – and finally, about a year ago, I reached my personal tipping point. I became determined that I would wrestle with this subject, that eluded me – I was going to do what it took to try to reach a civilized standard for myself.

I guess, as an art form, I just love what dancing represents to me visually and emotionally. And the thing about dancing, or ballroom dancing, is that it is derived from something social. Partner dancing is designed for regular people. In theory. The sensation of what it feels like to dance sucked me in.

The actual reality of trying to learn is A CHALLENGE. I often think if I had set my intention on learning to levitate I might have had a quicker result. I have a couple of things working against me: I am not very musical and I don’t have the best balance. It is like balancing ice cubes on a plate, you learn one thing, then you try and layer another thing, then the whole thing gets like rubbing your head and patting your stomach. All the while you have to be not self conscious. You have to not care if you look like an idiot, you have to take the risk of trying to get your body to do what you want it to – go through all the ugly stages, in the hope that one day you will connect the dots and accidently do the right thing, the beautiful thing.

Such is my fanaticism of dancing – I am constantly trying to get other people to join me. I feel so many pleasurable things that have added deliciousness to the quality of my life – that I want to share it. My favorite thing is just the practicing and the learning – making miniscule steps forward in progress – but being present to that little accomplishment. I also love when there is some kind of competition or performance – what it takes to not give up, to keep showing up and trying to make yourself better – to say nothing of the fun part of deciding what to wear. I like working through challenges. I like the sensation of knowing that even if something makes me nervous I can get through it.

On the Today show – they were talking about making a list of the things you want to do before you die. definitely – a big one for me – is getting my dancing to be good – not by regular normal human standards – but by the standards of ballroom dancing people 🙂 But – you know – it’s a process – and I am thrilled for everyday that I get to wake up and keep trying;-)

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