Scott Duncan


As I was working on the President’s neck with his head in my hands, it crossed my mind to be very slow with my movement.
“I have yet to have anything picked up by a big publisher or big artist, but this has become the goal."

President, Spa Gregorie's Day Spas and Salons

Scott Duncan is the President of Spa Gregorie’s Day Spas and Salon. A resident of Orange County, Scott is an Anaheim Angels fan, who refuses to call them the Los Angeles Angels, and also enjoys camping, playing poker, dark chocolate, and taking his kids to Starbucks before school.

Before he got into the spa industry, Scott was working as a flight ramp manager at a major aerospace company. “I was coming up on a two-week vacation, and at the time I was dating a gal that was a Massage Therapist. She convinced me that a 10-day intensive massage therapy class, 11 hours a day for 10 days straight, would be the most relaxing vacation I could take. So I did. The first couple days I thought ‘this is the weirdest group of people I have ever met,’ and I just wanted out. At the end of the class though, I fell in love with the group and fell in love with the industry.”

One of Scott’s most unique achievements in the industry is being qualified by the United States Secret Service to work on then-President George H.W. Bush. “After I was chosen, I was instructed on how to address the President. I met with the Secret Service and they inspected the table, supplies and music player. Sometime later I was invited back to perform the massage. As I was working on the President’s neck with his head in my hands, it crossed my mind to be very slow with my movement. Although I did not see any red laser dots on my chest, I’m sure I was being carefully watched.”

In addition to the spa, Scott also began writing as a stress reducer in January of 2016. After discovering it worked for him in reducing stress, he decided to organize his writings into songs. This led him to the goal of finding an artist to help complete a song to honor the struggles of his wife during cancer treatment. This song became, “Don’t Drop Her,” and once completed, Scott knew he had a talent and has now written over 150 potential songs and almost 20 completed demo songs co-written with artists in the U.S., Sweden and Nigeria.

“I have yet to have anything picked up by a big publisher or big artist, but this has become the goal. I currently write, submit projects and make contacts late at night when the family is sleeping, my 9 p.m. to midnight job. I’ve written mostly in the country western genre, but I just got connected to write the lyrics for a rap/hip-hop project.”


As I was working on the President’s neck with his head in my hands, it crossed my mind to be very slow with my movement.