The Acaydia Difference

The key to unlocking the doors of opportunity is a complete education. Acaydia fully embraces and incorporates this concept. A recent survey conducted by Spa Finder validates the importance of a complete education. The survey reveals that spa owners listed “obtaining, retaining and managing a motivated and quality staff” as the number one issue they face. Acaydia believes a large part of this issue stems from a disconnect between the goals of educational institutions, to simply provide standard aesthetic training, and the realities of what it takes to deliver the skills necessary to succeed in the industry.

The Acaydia philosophy incorporates training based on the “complete aesthetician”. Our curriculum, while focused on aesthetics, includes courses on business development, retail sales, organizational skills, client retention and professional skills. The education delivered at Acaydia is tailored to promote a deeper understanding of industry concepts and facilitate cross-disciplinary learning in order for students to have the foundation necessary to become complete and successful practitioners.

Whether your goal is to start your own spa, continue your education, become a makeup artist, or you seek an education for personal gratification, Acaydia is the right choice for you. We invite you to visit our campus and see for yourself why Acaydia is a four time recipient of the prestigious “Best of Provo Beauty Schools” award by the U.S. Local Business Association.

We hope you consider training with us as you plan for an exciting career ahead.

Acaydia School of Aesthetics provides a broad and diverse spectrum of aesthetics instruction and educational counseling. We prepare our students to:

  • Pass the state licensing exams
  • Gain a professional skill set to complement treatment techniques by teaching business acumen and excellence in presentation
  • Analyze cross-disciplinary theories, models and concepts

Current Annual Student Report Statistics: 95% Completed & Passed Course 97% Licensed 89% Employed