Westin Riverfront Beaver Creek promotes two in spa, athletic club positions
AVON — The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa in Avon has announced that Ingrid Middaugh has been promoted to serve as the director of Spa Anjali & The Athletic Club at The Westin and that Kristin Ligouri has been promoted to spa director at Spa Anjali.
Middaugh has been serving as the director of Spa Anjali since 2013. A graduate of Central Michigan University, Middaugh previously served as the spa director at the Vail Cascade Resort. Under her leadership, Spa Anjali has earned many industry awards, including being named one of the “Top 25 U.S. Spas” by Conde Nast Traveler, a “Favorite Green Spa” by American Spa Magazine and a “Top Green Spa” by Organic Spa Magazine.
Middaugh will join The Westin Riverfront’s Executive Committee and also oversee The Athletic Club at The Westin, which offers more than 60 group exercise classes per week, along with extensive special wellness programming, including yoga workshops, triathlete training sessions and nutrition counseling.
Ligouri joined The Westin Riverfront in 2011 to serve as a Spa Anjali supervisor. Ligouri began her spa career at the Vail Cascade’s Aria Spa; she also started and operated a small company called Rocky Mountain Reindeer with her now-husband, where she learned the importance of effective operations and administration.
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“Ingrid and Kris are both thoughtful and collaborative leaders who take into consideration the many needs of our associates, our resort guests and our members,” said Westin Riverfront General Manager Kristen Pryor. “We are excited to see how they can further establish Spa Anjali and the Athletic Club at The Westin as unique destinations for wellness and relaxation.”
For more information, go to http://www.westinriverfrontbeavercreek.com or call 1-866-949-1616.
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