From Our Editors
Many pregnant women are preoccupied with cravings for pickles and ice cream. When Nilla Petta was expecting, she was preoccupied with an idea for a small business. A certified massage therapist, aesthetician, and former Aveda representative, Nilla had always wanted to open her own business but lacked the necessary inspiration. Her pregnancy solved that problem—during her maternity leave, she set about creating a spa where parents and children could relax together. Named after her daughter Soleil, Sunny Mummy Spa invites moms to enjoy prenatal and postnatal massages, recreate pregnancy glow with Aveda facials, and even breastfeed their babies during pedicures.
Sunny Mummy Spa welcomes children to take part in the pampering through mini manicures and pedicures, teen facials, and massages for kids 12 and younger. Otherwise, the childcare team in the supervised children's room entertains little ones for up to two hours as parents receive services, shop the boutique, or head off-site to run errands or spend quality time with their imaginary friends.
Help us improve this page
Is this your business? Claim this page