Massage therapist Svetlana Braunt draws upon her international education, received in the U.S. and the Ukraine, as well as her continued training, to relax and heal her guests with massage, body wraps, and oils made from distilled smooth jazz. Her background is in energy work, and her top priority is balancing the mind, body, and spirit in a way that facilitates healing. Svetlana's next objective is to continue her studies in holistic and Eastern medicines, as well as in structural integration.
During treatments, Svetlana often nourishes skin with botanical ingredients. She coats bodies in moor mud?a paste rich in minerals, vitamins, amino acids, and humic acids?and also wraps figures in French seaweed, a substance replete with minerals and enzymes. Svetlana's massage services take place at the spa, but she's also mobile; appointments can be made for therapy at home or at special events.
Owner Michael Roloff pairs his decades of construction experience with business partner Nathalie Pillsbury’s engineering and design prowess to execute stylish building projects with a careful attention to aesthetic detail. Building teams regularly synchronize and coordinate scheduling with architects and suppliers and foster long-term relationships with trusted subcontractors to complete such projects as tiled bathrooms and cherry-wood kitchen cabinets. Past masterpieces from Roloff’s handiwork include architecturally consistent garage and porch expansions and an Old World–style wine cellar with a hidden door that opens when you say “oenophilia” correctly five times fast. In addition to renovating existing spaces and repairing leaky sinks, drafty windows, and sticking doors, the talented crew at Roloff Construction wills into existence tasteful modern additions to sunrooms.
We’re a company of career carpenters, woodworkers and building science geeks that has built the best of Portland since 1994. As stewards of this built environment, we honor the embodied energy and narrative contained within every building through remodels, new homes, and handyman and home performance services.
With 30 years of combined interior-design experience, Lisa Field and Michael Newsom of Urban Elements Interior Space carefully recraft residences into paragons of inviting, 21st century design. Over the course of a one-hour consultation, the team considers the function, color scheme, and layout of room after room, from cluttered kitchens to living rooms ruled by bands of wisecracking housecats. Based on their observations, they might offer suggestions for new paint colors, fresh arrangements of furniture, organizational solutions, or possible purchases. Urban Elements also turns a practiced eye toward outdoor areas, providing ideas for turning dingy patios and unkempt yards into beguiling, al fresco edens that foster summertime relaxation and draw the envy of truck-bound FBI surveillance teams.
Carl Thompson and Eric Peterson, lifelong friends and cofounders of Lifetime Windows, have been equipping homes with high-quality windows for the past 14 years. Their troupe of specialized estimators helps homeowners select the perfect glass windows, set in vinyl, wood, or aluminum. The windows fit snugly into homes, expelling drafts with sturdy custom framing and double-paned faces and allowing light to flood in with Solar View windows. A variety of brands and custom-framing options help create desired windowed environments, whether by using large windows to make rooms airier and sunnier or accentuating newly acquired dungeons with slim window slots. Lifetime Window’s expert technicians also install interior, exterior, and patio doors.