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Spa Practitioners

Bonnie Leigh

Licensed, Holistic Esthetician, Detoxification and Reiki Therapist & Make-Up Artist

Areas of Expertise:  Holistic Skin Care, Brow Shaping, Facial and Body Waxing, Natural Makeup Application, Therapeutic Touch, Reiki and pressure point modalities inducing relaxation and healing, Therapeutic Baths, Lymphatic Drainage of the Face and Body, Detoxifying Body Treatments

Degree(s):  Advanced Esthetics, Catherine Hinds Institute of Esthetics, Dr. Hauschka Certified Esthetician
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Erin Silvia

Holistic, Certified Esthetician, Dr. Haushka Certified Esthetician, Natural Skin Care, Lymphatic Drainage and Reiki


Lymphatic Drainage Full Body Treatments Hand & Foot Treatments
Holistic Skin Care Reflexology Reiki
Facials Eyelash & Brow Tinting Aromatherapy

Erin enjoys practicing holistic skin care and loves seeing the joy that comes from improved skin health and a radiant complexion. Erin customizes her skin care based on individual needs with the goal of achieving and maintaining healthy skin and well being. She creates a relaxing experience with gentle touch, thoughtful time and attention on rejuvenating. She addresses many types of skin issues and focuses on aging gracefully. Erin uses natural products that are kind to your skin. Her mindful approach will leave you understanding how important self-care is to your overall health and wellness.
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Katryn M. Miller

M. Ed. & L.M.T, Colon Hydrotherapist & Licensed Massage Therapist

Katryn has always held a deep desire to learn about the body and how it works.  In college she took her first yoga class and loved the way that holding a posture, learning to breathe fully and being present in the moment, connected her to herself in a deep way. Massage Therapy was a natural extension of her extensive yoga training.  After many years of running her own business, Katryn joined Groton Wellness to help others with Colon Hydrotherapy.
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