Costs & Criteria

Seva has a very reasonable estimated initial startup investment as indicated in the tables below: *

  • Type of Expenditure
  • Initial Franchise Fee
  • Pre-Opening Administration Fee
  • Training Expenses
  • Real Estate Improvements/ Spa in a Box
  • Furniture, Fixtures, & Equipment
  • Leasehold Administration Fee
  • Rent
  • Security Deposit
  • Computer System
  • Grand Opening Promotion
  • Opening Inventory
  • Insurance Premiums
  • Additional Funds (3-6 months)
* More detailed Cost and Criteria information is available in Seva’s Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD).


The Costs (please click the + icon for more information on each item)

What Is The TOTAL Cost To Open A Seva Franchise?

The initial investment to open a Seva Studio is between $114-650 – $301,000 which includes $24,000 – $46,000 in working capital reserves.

How Much Liquid Capital Do I Need?

Seva requires you to have at least $190,000 in liquid capital (cash) whether in personal funds, loan, or both.

How Much Money Can I Make?

Seva Beauty’s Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) offers a detailed earnings claim (Item 19) which showcases the earning potential of a Seva studio. Please refer to the Seva FDD for further guidance.

How Much Is The Franchise Fee?

The Franchise Fee for a single unit is $39,000. Seva Beauty also offers a 3-Unit Development Rights Agreement (DRA) for $78,000.

How Much Is The Royalty Rate to Seva?

The royalty rate is the greater of 6% of Gross Sales or $250 per week.

Does Seva Beauty Offer Financing?

Seva Beauty does not offer financing, however you may seek financing from any 3rd party lender.

Does Seva Beauty Offer Multi-Unit Incentives?

Yes, Seva Beauty offers a 3-Unit Development Rights Agreement (DRA) for $78,000. This allows you to commit to developing multiple Seva studios and formats over a specified timeframe and at discounted Franchise Fee for each studio after the first.