My goal is to provide you with exceptional service. Service that surpasses your expectations, delights you to your core and encourages you to return regularly, because you're not only looking more radiant, you're feeling radiant. Providing a refuge of comfort and belonging... a place where you are free to COME AS YOU ARE, be seen, and return to your day feeling nourished and GLOWING. This is judgment-free space and everything shared is safe and confidential.
I encourage regular, monthly facials. Why? Because regular, monthly facials 1) create clean, healthy skin, 2) encourage a trusted relationship in which you will receive a customized plan with a licensed professional that knows your skin and is focused on addressing your concerns while striving to meet your goals, and 3) saves you the struggle, time and expense of purchasing wrong or unnecessary products. However, a missed benefit to receiving regular facials is the nurture and soothing our nervous system receives. Humans need touch. Belonging. Connection. Our nervous systems are often overstressed and burdened, which deeply affects our quality of life. Slowing down to regularly receive intentional, healing touch encourages lymphatic flow, releases restricted fascia and relieves muscle tension in the face and neck, while encouraging a nervous system reset. And a healthy and balanced nervous system is vitally important to the wellness, vitality and functioning of all beings.
Lake View Village Public Parking Garage Located at 385 1st St, Lake Oswego, it's a great parking option. Safe, convenient and nestled among local shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants. If parking here, cross State Street at the A Ave crosswalk. Skin & Soul Holistic Wellness is located inside the Van Every Bailey Building (the brick mid-century building located at 415 N. State Street). Enter through the glass doors at the front of the building. (Click on the link below for a map to Lake View Village Parking Garage).
Covered parking behind the building. Additionally, there is a parking lot directly behind the building. Access the lot from State Street by one of the two driveways, located at the north and south ends of the building. Note: parking in this lot requires entering the building from the back door and climbing a flight of stairs.