Skin Rejuvenation



Provider(s): Devin Lawrenz

 Esthetician may customized your facials and have the best recommendations for your skin type. I may address your concerns such as with providing extraction treatments, targeting discoloration, oily, dry, or combination skin. All skin tones and types may be treated.

Spa Facial--75 Minutes

Relaxing Facial--60 Minutes

Relaxing Facial--45 minutes

Express Facial--30 minutes

Advanced Exfoliation Products 

Provider(s): Devin Lawrenz

Products used to safely exfoliate the outer layers of skin are used and help with a variety of skin concerns including, dry and dull, hyperpigmentation, acne, and fine lines and wrinkles. These are "add-ons" to facials and the type is determined during consultation and skin analysis.





Provider(s): Devin Lawrenz

Microdermabrasion is a simple and effective form of exfoliation. It is considered a mechanical or physical exfoliation using Diamonds or crystals to remove the outer layer of dead or damaged skin cells revealing a more youthful skin. Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive treatment designed to improve the overall texture, tone and clarity of the skin while restoring the skin’s elasticity. This service is an add-on to any customized or relaxing facial.

How does it work?

This type of exfoliation is performed by gently exfoliating the skin with a diamond tip wand designed to remove the outer most layers of the epidermis(stratum corneum) followed with a vacuum suction action that removes the excess exfoliated skin. While the diamonds are performing the exfoliation, the vacuum suction action taking place is equally important because it is stimulating the lower layers of the skin combining skin exfoliation with regenerating suction, this unique system stimulates subdermal activities that "renew" the anti-aging mechanisms of the skin that slow with age. Microdermabrasion is recommended in a series, the results are cumulative and improve with each treatment.

How many treatments are needed?

Microdemabrasion is a progressive treatment, not aggressive. Although one microdermabrasion will yield a fresher, smoother looking skin, generally results are realized after the forth, fifth or sixth treatment. Average treatment protocol is 4-12 treatments. How many treatments might be necessary will depend on the condition of the skin and the needs of the client. Initially treatments can be performed every 7-10 days or 10-14 days apart. Once the series of treatments is completed it is recommended that monthly maintenance continue in order to maintain the desired result.

What type of skin can benefit from it?

All skin types and skin colors can benefit from microdermabrasion treatments. Aging, congested, flaky, dry, devitalized, thickened, blemished, dull and sun damaged skin will be rejuvenated and refreshed. Blotchiness, uneven skin tones and texture will be improved. Microdermabrasion will reduce the appearance of fine lines, acne scars, hyperpigmentation, chicken pox scars, brown/age spots, fine-lined wrinkles (rhytides), hyperkeratosis (overgrowth of the hornylayer), large pores, and other skin imperfections. 5 {features} no down time non-invasive immediate results suitable for most skin types/skin colors minimal risk/side effects {benefits} smooth out the surface of the skin stimulates collagen and elastin aids in producing more normal cell production stimulates lymph and blood cells move more evenly toward the epidermis, shed more evenly {areas treated} face, neck and decollete shoulders and back hands elbows and knees {treatable skin conditions} dehydrated/dull skin fine lines/aging skin acne/acne scarring photo-aged skin/hyperpigmentation PIH - post inflammatory hyperpigmentation6 {client consultation} very thorough profile and history. 

What Skin types should NOT get microdermabrasion?

Active acne accutane users (should be off for minimum of 6 months), sunburn, rosacea-advanced stages cancer/skin cancer, untreated diabetes, vitiligo, raised moles, warts, skin tags, keloid, scarring, and/or eczema/psorasis. 


Hair Removal

Full body waxing is available. 

Energy Work


Provider(s): Tessa Dengler, Amy Devore

Reiki is a light touch, deeply relaxing energy healing technique. Using a series of still hand placements, Reiki works with the body’s energy flow to bring stillness and rest. Everyone can benefit from Reiki, especially those dealing with anxiety, stress, grief, depression, and irregular sleep.

Massage & Body Treatments 

Leave us a note in your "customized massage" session to let us know if would like to add any special services such as aromatherapy, hot stones or a foot scrub at a no additional charge. 

CBD Infused Massage

Provider(s): Amy Courtwright, Tessa Dengler, Amy Devore

An additional $10 per hour and $15 per 90 minute session applies. Enjoy the anti-inflammatory and calming effects of CBD.

CBD-Infused Massage Oil Ingredients:

Deep Tissue Massage

Provider(s): Amy Courtwright, Amy Devore, Tessa Dengler

Deep tissue massage simply refers to massage techniques that are designed to go to the deeper layers of muscle tissue to break up chronic adhesions ( or "knots"), relax muscle tension, relieve pain, and induce relaxation. Some examples of deep tissue massage which may be integrated into your session are NeuroMuscular Therapy™ and Ashiastu Oriental Bar Therapy®.

If you experience chronic pain and tension please don't be discouraged if you still have tension after one deep tissue massage. We may ask you to come back again within a few days or a week so that you can get the full benefit. (It is also a good idea to plan ahead a monthly visit). If you are unable to come back again soon, it is recommended to use a heating pad, take hot bath epson salt bath, or use cold packs at home to lessen tension or pain. Sometimes after a deep tissue massage you may feel some soreness the next day. Please drink plenty of water after your massage to rehydrate your body and lessen the possibility of soreness. Also limit alcohol and caffeine intake, or anything that causes dehydration, and do not sit for long periods (such as in a car or on a plane) right after your massage.

Aromatherapy Massage

Provider(s): Amy Courtwright, and Tessa Dengler

Aromatherapy is the use oils and hydrosols that are extracted from grasses, leaves, flowers, fruits, bark, wood, bushes, needles, twigs, roots, resins, and shrubs from all over the world and are used for the overall enhancement of our physical and emotional well-being. Modern research has confirmed the therapeutic and medicinal qualities of essential oils as being anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-venomous, anti-depressive, anti-neuralgic, stimulant, nervine, digestive, diuretic and more.

This ancient art and science is a wonderful compliment to massage, reflexology, and body treatments and can be included with your service at no additional charge. Please let us know in advance if you are sensitive to certain oils or smells. Blends are custom made after consultation and suited to your individual needs. 

Ashiatsu Barefoot Massage

Provider(s): Amy Courtwright, Tessa Dengler

Ashiatsu (Ashi=foot, atsu=pressure) is a type of massage in which the therapist gives all or most of the massage treatment with his/her feet and often uses overhead bars to hold onto for balance (see picture in the gallery). Barefoot massage has been practiced for thousands of years by Buddhist monks and is a part of ancient history in many eastern cultures.

Clients will be able to receive deep tissue that will feel like a deeper pressure because the surface of the foot is bigger than your hands. The therapist is able to apply more pressure without it feeling too intense as with pointy elbows, boney forearms, and pokey fingers. The rounded surface of the heel makes specific trigger point work and myofascial holds significantly more comfortable than with the therapist’s thumbs or elbows.  Most clients don’t even realize feet are being used to deliver this amazing massage. 

Ashiatsu DeepFeet Bar Therapy® (formerly Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy) is a westernized version of barefoot massage and is very much like Swedish massage with flowing and relaxing strokes, yet the pressure is very heavy on the body like deep tissue massage.

Cupping Massage 

Provider(s): Amy Courtwright, Tessa Dengler

Massage Cupping is the combination of massage movements and negative pressure with the use of a suction device on the skin. A cup is positioned at the area to be treated and, depending on the type of cups being used; a vacuum is created within the cup to draw the skin and underlying tissue into the cup. The produced vacuum creates a suction effect that increases blood and lymphatic circulation systemically and to the local area, relaxes muscle tissue and support, draws stagnation, pathogenic factors and toxins out of the body and releases a myriad of pain causing factors.

The intended suction can range from light to heavy. This, along with the movements performed and areas treated by the therapist will produce stimulating (toning) or sedating (draining) effects. It is very important that therapists be able to effectively assess the condition (physical, mental and emotional) of their clients, before the procedure, so they employ the proper application of the cups to produce the desired outcome.

Cupping should not be applied on clients with cases of severe diseases, i.e. cardiac failure, renal failure, ascites due to hepato-cirrhosis and severe edema, as well as hemorrhagic diseases such as allergic pupura, hemophilia and leukemia, and clients with dermatosis, destruction of skin, or allergic dermatitis. Cupping should not be applied to clients where hernia exists or has occurred in the past.

Benefits to the Recipient

Conditions Responding to Cupping

Hot Stone Massage 

Provider(s): Amy Courtwright, Tessa Dengler, Amy Devore

Smooth, warm or hot stones of various sizes are used to massage and relax muscles following hands-on techniques. They can be used in a soothing, creative, and rhythmic motion for massage and laid on the body as well. People typically enjoy incorporating them into massage sessions upon request.

Infant and Pediatric Massage 

Provider(s): Tessa Dengler

Infant massage is a gentle massage tailored for babies. Infant massage has been shown to:

     Create a special bond with the parent/s and caregiver/s

Pediatric massage refers to massage specifically tailored to the needs of children and adolescents. Pediatric massage can be beneficial for helping to relieve stress, anxiety, and symptoms of ADHD, among others. Stress is not just an adult problem. Children can have physical and emotional stress just like adults. They may experience this from school, while traveling, through divorce, from sports, and from other strenuous activities. Massage is beneficial for growth and building the immune system as well. These are all reasons that parents may seek to provide massage therapy for their children. I modify techniques and use very modest draping, or recommend that children and adolescents leave their clothing on for their comfort level. Parental permission is required for those under 18. Reflexology is also a wonderful way to help children relax and get relief from tension in the body. 

Myofascial Release Massage

Provider(s): Tessa Dengler, Amy Devore

Myofascial release is a soft tissue therapy for the treatment of skeletal muscle immobility and pain. This therapy aims to relax contracted muscles, improve blood and lymphatic circulation, and stimulate the stretch reflex in muscles. Myofascial Release is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the Myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.

Fascia is a thin, tough, elastic type of connective tissue that wraps most structures within the human body, including muscle. Fascia supports and protects these structures. Osteopathic theory proposes that this soft tissue can become restricted due to psychogenic disease, overuse, trauma, infectious agents, or inactivity, often resulting in pain, muscle tension, and corresponding diminished blood flow. Although fascia and its corresponding muscle are the main targets of myofascial release, other tissue may be addressed as well, including other connective tissue.

NeuroMuscular Therapy

Provider(s): Amy Devore

*NMT examines:

§   Ischemia (inadequate blood supply to an area)

§   Trigger Points (a sensitive area of the body, that when stimulated causes pain in the area or has an effect in another area)

§   Nerve Entrapment/Compression

§   Postural Distortions

§   Nutrition

§   Emotional Wellbeing

Neuromuscular Therapy--American Version™ (NMT) has been developed and taught by Judith Delany, LMT since 1984. It is a thorough program of recovery from acute and chronic pain that uses specific protocols of massage therapy, stretching, and home care for treating areas of muscle pain, spasms, and tension. This scientific approach to muscular pain relief will help to bring balance between the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system. NMT enhances the function of joints, muscles, and biomechanics (movement) and it releases endorphins--the body's own natural pain killers. It can be part of a comprehensive program, complementing all other health care modalities. *NMT examines six physiological factors that may create or intensify pain patterns.

"NMT is one of my favorite and most useful techniques I have learned! I integrate NMT protocols in nearly all massages to help clients with specific complaints of muscle pain and tension."

On-Site Massage 

Provider(s): Tessa Dengler

We can bring our tables or chairs and supplies to your office, home, or event within a reasonable driving distance.*

Prenatal (Pregnancy) Massage 

Provider(s): Amy Courtwright, Tessa Dengler

Prenatal or pregnancy massage is specifically tailored for a pregnant woman's needs. Extra pillows and cushions are used for comfort and proper positioning. Pregnancy massage has been found to reduce stress, decrease swelling in the extremities, and relieve muscle and joint aches and pains. The massage can be comforting for mom and baby. One option for prenatal massage that may be offered is with the bodyCushion™ which is a cushioning system that can allow a pregnant woman (or anyone with a large midsection or breasts) to lay with her head in a face cradle and belly and breasts positioned in the cut-out portion of the bodyCushion™. The other option for prental massage is in the traditional side-lying position in which body and wedge pillows can be used for support. Your therapist may decide what is best depending on how many weeks along and the therapists' training. We prefer to see you after 13 weeks. If you have any special concerns, a doctor's note may be required. Please check with your therapist when booking if you are unsure.

Salt or Sugar Scrub 

Provider(s): Amy Courtwright, Amy Devore

Dead sea salts are a used as wonderful scrub to increase circulation, move the lymphatic system, exfoliate the skin, and to ease ischemic muscles. They also have anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. The salts can be used together with carrier oil and aromatherapy oils. Hot, moist towels are used to remove the salt while you on are the warm massage table. After the salt is removed you will receive a massage with the oil or shea body butter of your choice. Your skin will feel amazingly soft, and smooth and will have a very appealing natural glow! Sugar scrub and cream based scrub have many of the same benefits and are available for those that prefer something more gentle. Dead sea salt and sugar scrubs are also perfect to have before a mud masque.

Not for use on the face, on cuts, abrasions, or areas of the body that were just shaved within the last 8 hours. (A less abrasive exfoliant can be substituted for areas that were recently shaved).

Sports Massage

Provider(s): Amy Devore

Sports massage is suited for individuals involved in regular physical activity or those beginning a workout regimen. The massage can be modified for pre or post events. I can integrate various techniques into a sports massage such as compressions, deep tissue, stretching, shaking/vibrations, NeuroMuscular Therapy™ and Swedish style massage and focus attention on the areas of the body that are aggravated by specific sports or weightlifting/training.

Swedish Massage 

Provider(s): Amy Courtwright, Tessa Dengler, Amy Devore

Swedish massage (or classic massage) is a massage in which the therapist uses effleurage (sliding or gliding), petrissage (squeezing or kneading), tapotement (rhythmic tapping), shaking/vibration, and cross-fiber friction to relieve tension, improve circulation, and promote relaxation of the body and mind.

The "Royal Deluxe" with Mini Facial 

Provider(s): Amy Courtwright, Amy Devlore, and Facial by Davinder Lawrenz

The Royal Massage starts with an exfoliating Micro-Buff Body Polish followed by a Bentonite Clay and French Green Clay Mud Wrap.  Once mud is applied you are cocooned in mylar/blankets and will receive a 20 minute face/scalp and foot massage.  Mud is then removed and followed by a 45 minute massage with hydrating body butter leaving your skin refreshed and glowing.  The Total time for Royal Massage is 1 hour and 45 minutes, or get Royal Treatment Deluxe which includes a 45 minute facial and last for 2 1/2 hours!!

The "Works" 

Provider(s): Amy Courtwright, Tessa Dengler, and Amy Devore

The "Works" is a 2-hour customized session which may include any or all of the following: Swedish massage, deep tissue/therapeutic massage, reflexology, hot stone massage, aromatherapy, and a salt or sugar scrub for the hands and feet. You may also select a 2-hour massage and customize your session.