In Texas, health spas are regulated by the Secretary of State, Registrations Unit.
The Secretary defines health spas as “A business that offers...members instruction in or use of facilities for a physical exercise program.”
In addition to registration requirements, health spas in Texas are required to purchase at least one Texas health spa bond.
The purpose of a Texas health spa bond is to protect consumers from any acts of criminal negligence, fraud, theft, or criminal misrepresentation or malfeasance in the course of their business.
To maintain a proper understanding of this surety bond one only needs to keep in mind one thing: The Texas health spa bond protects others; it does not protect the health spa club at all.
It is also a prerequisite for licensing.
It is important for applicants to remember that each location of a Texas health spa will have its own Texas health spa bond.
To determine the amount of bond required, the following formula will be of use:
The premium required for the Texas health spa bond will be determined by:
A $20,000 bond may cost as little as $375; a $50,000 bond may cost as little as $750.
The bonds are issued for one year and renew annually.
Regardless of one’s credit standing, applicants with AmeriPro Surety Bonds can feel confident that they have an advocate who will work, regardless of credit, to find the best (that is, the lowest) pricing.
Our agency does not charge broker fees.
Involved in becoming licensed as a health spa in Texas is the following:
AmeriPro Surety Bonds also provides surety bonds nationwide.