Having studied skincare with prominent specialists such as Dr. Zein Obagi and Jan Marini, licensed aesthetician Suzanne Godbout pours a wealth of knowledge into each treatment she offers at Suzanne’s Esthetics. Though she’s a firm believer in achieving healthy skin by using sunscreen daily or simply becoming nocturnal, Suzanne gives complexions an added boost with facials, peels, and other services aided by professional products from SkinCeuticals and Jane Iredale. She works with clients to develop individual treatment plans and shows them easy ways to inject nourishing doses of vitamin C and retinol into their daily skincare routines.
For more than 20 years, licensed massage therapist Carol Williams has combined her healing touch with her knowledge of human anatomy to design therapeutic, personalized massage treatments. In the Carolina Plastic Surgery Medical Spa's tranquil facility, where she has worked since 1993, Williams eases aches and pains with hot-stone massage, reflexology, deep-tissue massage, and stress-reduction-massage techniques. Carol also assembles natural skincare and massage products, such as Celtic Sea bath salts and body butters, into gift packs or potato toppers.
Monica Prysock is a graduate of Greenville Technical College, where she learned anatomy, myriad massage techniques, and how to untie a tight Celtic knot tattoo. Now all can seek her bodywork expertise out of Samsara Massage & Healing Arts. A typical session may involve flowing Swedish strokes, deep-tissue pressure to improve circulation. Whatever the chosen modality, techniques are always tailored to the unique needs of the individual.
At Exzel Fitness's 27,000-square-foot facility, fitness specialists work closely with clients in intense personal training sessions or lead groups in spin sessions and body-sculpting classes. Fitness options range from Warehouse classes that focus on tire flipping and plyometrics to MMA classes overseen by a professional MMA fighter.