Would you like to look younger and more vibrant? Reduce sinus congestion and eye puffiness? How about a sexier smile? Facial massage can help!
This gentle massage encourages blood flow to the facial tissues, helps tone muscles and leaves you with silky, radiant skin. I use high quality products in my facial massages; they are gentle and made from the finest natural ingredients. (Please let me know if you have any known allergies to cosmetic ingredients when scheduling your appointment so we can plan accordingly.)
Your basic 30 minute facial massage starts with a cleansing, followed by mild exfoliation, and includes 3-4 hot towel compresses for your face. The massage, using either a light azulene oil or lotion, is done on the face, neck, and shoulders. After the massage is complete, the oil is removed from your face and a moisturizer is applied. A truly relaxing treatment! (The azulene oil itself has a beautifully light floral scent that you have to experience to believe!).
This is your basic 30 minute facial massage. The 45 minute facial includes a HoneyLift treatment, which helps reduce wrinkles and fine lines while adding moisture to your face.
Another option is the basic 30 minute facial massage plus 15 minutes of craniosacral therapy for the best of both types of massage! This one is helpful for headache and sinus problems, too.
For a super pampering experience, add a hot towel foot wrap to any facial for $5! Have both your hands and feet wrapped in delicious, soothing warmth for an additional $7. Lovely herbal lotion developed specifically for feet and hands included.
All massage sessions can be customized to fit YOUR needs!
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Born across the state line in Missouri, I moved to Pittsburg in 1983. I spent several years working at Miller's Professional Imaging before deciding in 1993 to devote my life to helping people feel better.
My massage training at White River School of Massage Therapy included anatomy & physiology and several different modes of massage. These included Swedish style, acupressure, Reiki and Craniosacral therapies. After graduating, I added prenatal and facial massage to my skills.
Learning is my first love; I love to research new ways of dealing with pain and tension. An important aspect of my practice is being able to offer my clients suggestions to use between massage visits to help reduce tension and stress.
I have held licenses in both the state of AR (1993-2010) and the state of MO (2010 to present). (Kansas is currently working on a state license law.) I've been certified by the National Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork since 1993.