Chrysalis Inn and Spa promotes three spa professionals.
Bellingham native Amber Maurer, a graduate of Ashmead College as well as a former teacher in spa and body work, has been named lead licensed massage practitioner. Maurer has extensive training in pre-and post-natal treatments, hot stone, deep tissue and spa body treatments.
She previously worked in spas in Seattle and Oahu, Hawaii, and joined the Chrysalis Spa in 2008. She was voted best therapeutic masseuse in Seattle magazine in the February 2007 issue.
Debbie Lease has been named lead aesthetician & makeup artist. Lease joined the Chrysalis after 18 years in the cosmetic industry in the Seattle and Portland areas as an educator and trainer, account coordinator and makeup artist. After she had an experience at the Chrysalis Spa, it solidified her desire to continue her education and she decided to pursue her aesthetics license.
Carmel Hudson has been named lead nail technician. Hudson learned salon and spa services at The Northwest Hair Academy and apprenticed at an Aveda Concepts Salon and Spa in Seattle, before going to work at The Chrysalis Spa at The Majestic Inn in Anacortes.
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|Title Annotation:||KEEPING UP WITH PEOPLE|
|Publication:||Bellingham Business Journal|
|Date:||Dec 1, 2008|
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