Mandy Warr


"I’m so grateful every day that I have been able to open and maintain this amazing place!"
"I am passionate about wellness, luxury and community and really found the amazing combination of all of them come together when I opened The Remedy, which is the proudest accomplishment of my life."

ISPA has members located all around the world, who have undoubtedly visited some pretty unique destinations. However, there can’t be many who have set foot in Antarctica like Mandy Warr, owner and founder of The Remedy Day Spa.

“About a year and a half ago, my brother and I went to Antarctica,” remembers Mandy. “We spent Christmas in Chile and then took a boat with a team of marine scientists from the southern tip of Argentina to Antarctica. It was amazing! So many beautiful, untouched, places.”

Born, raised and currently living in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Mandy is a hereditary fan of the Green Bay Packers (“it’s a must”) and Vichy Room treatments. With 18 years in the spa industry, Mandy’s driven, creative nature has led her from working in software to owning her own spa.

“I went to massage school at The New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics and I finished my undergraduate degree in Fine Arts at the University of New Mexico. I started out as a massage therapist. I worked in all variety of spas from mom and pop day spas to 5-star luxury resort spas and to this day am still inspired by the treatments, the people, and places I'm able to experience in the industry.

“I am passionate about wellness, luxury and community and really found the amazing combination of all of them come together when I opened The Remedy, which is the proudest accomplishment of my life. I’m so grateful every day that I have been able to open and maintain this amazing place!”

Mandy loves traveling as much as she can, especially to visit spas as part of her job. For exercise, she enjoys rock climbing and reliving stress by sitting in hot water—whether that be in hot springs, hot tubs or Japanese baths. She is also committed to giving back to her hometown community in creative ways:

“I serve on the board of a local non-profit here in Albuquerque, called KeepItQuerque. It's an organization dedicated to supporting and promoting local businesses and we are the champions of the Shop Local movement here in Albuquerque. I love the unique shops, restaurants and quirky bars in every city and make it my mission to spend my dollars locally everywhere I go. I know firsthand what an impact it makes when people make the effort to put their dollars back into the local economy.”


"I’m so grateful every day that I have been able to open and maintain this amazing place!"