One of my favorite parts of a massage session is massaging the face. In 1999, I studied at the Bellanina Institute in Michigan, which specializes in Face-Lift Massage techniques. With that training I developed my own face massage, which, in addition to lifting and toning the skin and facial muscles, is also very hydrating. I got my esthetician’s license in 2007 that I could treat my clients to a blend of deep cleansing, hydrating masks, and massage – all of which provide many benefits. 



It’s important to start with a clean slate before a face massage. A thorough cleanse and exfoliation helps the nutrients and emollients from the oils and masks to really penetrate your skin.



Face massage increases circulation, helping the cell turnover rate, and stimulating collagen, which starts to decline in your late 20’s.


The hydrating facial massage is so gentle, it’s great to have before a special event. You won’t break out or be too red. Frequent treatments help lift and tone the facial muscles, helping you to look and feel younger and refreshed.


Rest and relaxation are so underrated! We still think it is a luxury to relax. But with the stresses of everyday life, you really need to have a monthly relaxation routine. 

(Actually, you need something every day that brings you inner peace and quiets your mind!)