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CHAPTER 3

TECHNICAL ASPECT

This chapter will focus mainly on the technical aspect of the business. It gives emphasis

on location and facility layout, product and service description, production flow chart, list of

equipments and machineries to be used in the business, production schedule, project Gantt chart

and list of raw materials and suppliers.

LOCATION AND FACILITY LAYOUT

This project will be constructed at Mandalagan-Lacson Street in front of Robinson’s

Place Bacolod. This is a construction plan whose goal is to provide services that would help

customers release some stress by indulging to some spa and wellness treat. The location site of

the project is convenient for the customers and parking lots will be provided. See Appendix A.

PRODUCT/SERVICE DESCRIPTION

PRODUCTS

• Cȃ-can Organic Garden

Caesar Salad – It is a salad of romaine lettuce and croutons dressed with parmesan

cheese, lemon juice, olive oil, egg, worcestershire sauce, garlic, and black pepper.

Potato Salad – Dish made from boiled potatoes and a variety of others ingredients.

Considered as a side dish.

Garden Salad – Made of leafy greens and tossed with chopped vegies, fruits, herbs,

beans, seeds, and nuts.


Coleslaw Salad - Shredded cabbage and carrots in a large bowl. Whisk together with a

mayonnaise, sour cream, onions, sugar, vinegar, mustard, celery salt, salt, and pepper in a

medium bowl.

Grilled Corn Salad – Grilled Mexican Corn Salad is an off – the – cob play on a popular

Mexican dish.

• Beverages:

Mango Shake

Banana Shake

Buko Shake

Avocado Shake

Apple Shake

Cocumber Lemonade

Honey Lemonade

SERVICES

• MASSAGE

Swedish Massage - The invigorating massage technique using 4 and forearms to work on

deeper tissues. Result is a profound relief from muscle tightness.

Aromatherapy - blends elevate the classic Swedish massage into an experience that

renews the spirit. Seek Balance, Energy, or Serenity.

Deep Tissue - The flowing strokes of this classic combined with our special oil soothe

sore muscles, increase circulation, and relieve body tension.


Thai - This massage releases muscle and joint tension with gentle yoga-like stretching

and pressure point work. Increases flexibility and range of motion.

Traditional Hilot - powerful therapy rooted in Filipino wellness tradition. Light to

medium pressure strokes that soothe and restore with warm virgin coconut oil.

• BODY

Coffee Rub - Rejuvenating. Batangas coffee scrub energizes tired, sluggish skin and

helps blood circulation. Complete the experience by recharging with a full-body massage.

Sea Salt Body Scrub – For cleansing. Natural, refined sea salt provides the ultimate

skin- and body- purifying treatment. A full-body massage clears the mind and body.

• FACIAL

Facial Massage – a soothing massage for the face, effectively reducing the tension, lines,

and pallor of daily living.

Men’s Facial - specially formulated to target male-specific skin needs. Skin is purified,

hydrated, and renewed.

• FOOT

Foot Massage - enjoy a cleanse and massage in one. Purify feet with a soak, a scrub, and

filing. To provide total care, moisturizing and a soothing massage complete this

experience.
• NAIL CARE

Total Nail Care (Manicure & Pedicure)

Manicure

Pedicure

 HAIR CARE

Hair Cut

Hair Treatment

• OTHER SERVICES:

ZUMBA - can count toward the 150 minutes a week of moderate aerobic activity or 75

minutes a week. It reduces health risks, keeps excess pounds at bay, strengthens your

heart and boosts your mood.

YOGA - emotional integration and spiritual elevation with a touch of mystic element,

which gives you a glimpse of something beyond all imagination. A coordination of body,

mind and soul.


PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS SERVICE FLOW CHARTS

Customer Arrives

Customer
greets by
receptionist

Customer chooses
PRODUCT between: SERVICES

Customer chooses Customer chooses


preferred preferred services
products/foods

Receptionist calls Receptionist calls


assigned personnel assigned personnel

Personnel works for the Personnel works for the


Products/Foods Services

Customer pay for the


Products/Services

Customer

leaves
PRODUCTION SCHEDULES

We will open our shop Mondays to Sundays at exactly 9:30 A.M. We won’t tolerate late

arrivals for our staffs. We will always secure their logging in and out to avoid mischiefs. We will

also divide our whole day into two shifts:

 The first should arrive 30 min – 1 hour before the opening of the store, then they will do

cleaning and setting up the equipment that will be used in store services. The store will be

open at 10:00 A.M and will be served by the first shift personnel’s. Lunch break will be

at 12:00 to 1:00 P.M and they will go back to their post until 4:00 P.M.

 The second shift time in will start in 4:00 and will end by 10: 00 P.M. They will take over

the post of the first shift. Second shift will have their dinner break from 7:00 to 8:00 P.M

after their dinner break they will go back to their post until 10:00 P.M closing of shop.