To be a successful massage therapist, you don't necessarily have to have worked in the medical field for more than two decades, but it can't hurt. As a radiological technician for the more than 25 years, Pam Butler possesses a deep understanding of both the musculoskeletal system and ways to turn hospital gloves into balloon animals. Today, she is a board-certified massage therapist working with Studio B Brow Bar and Body Studio and an arsenal of modalities at her disposal. She uses indulgent treatments such as Swedish and hot-stone massages, as well as more-targeted techniques, such as deep-tissue and energy work, to help bring about a variety of benefits, both mental and physical.
Aura Day Spa is more than just a spa—it's a relaxing skincare and wellness oasis, located inside a glamorous white mansion in Branford. Here, licensed estheticians and wellness professionals offer facials, waxing services, and massage treatments to clients in need of a little pampering. Come in for an indulgent Extreme Clean facial with Dermalogica products, or have a full set of eyelash extensions carefully applied before heading off for a daring Brazilian wax. Round off a day of pampering with a back-melting 90-minute Swedish massage in a private room at this beautiful and soothing day spa.
The brow specialist at Studio B Brow Bar and Body Studio crafts sleek looks by creating simple arches to frame clients' eyes. The technician also can wax unwanted hair from cheeks, upper lips, and underarms, and a massage therapist treats muscles aches with six different modalities including hot-stone massage and myofascial release. In addition, manicures with regular or long-lasting Shellac polishes add a burst of color to fingertips or help nails camouflage against the cottage-like studio's lemon-yellow exterior.