Responding to customer needs and requests for additional services, Be Well Massage Skin Care has become a well-rounded space, says Lisa Quinto, massage therapist and clinic founder.

Responding to customer needs and requests for additional services, Be Well Massage Skin Care has become a well-rounded space, says Lisa Quinto, massage therapist and clinic founder.

All heart: Mukilteo massage and esthetics spa helps you Be Well

When Lisa Quinto first founded her massage therapy and wellness practice, she shared her philosophy right in the name: Be Well.

It’s a philosophy that has served her clients – and her team – well.

“When you feel good and look good, you feel better and your confidence goes up,” explains Lisa, massage therapist and founder of Be Well Massage Skin Care Spa.

With a diverse team of wellness professionals, including massage therapists, estheticians and Bastyr and Harvard- educated Dr. Cris Angel, who specializes in Eastern Medicine and Laser Acupuncture, the Be Well team emphasize a holistic approach to clients’ wellness.

“As we respond to customer needs and their requests for additional services, we have become more of a well-rounded space,” says Lisa, who provides her clients more than 20 years of massage therapy experience.

Building on the well-established massage therapy practice, three years ago Be Well added skin care, waxing and facials to their offerings, and last year added red light therapy – a full-spectrum infrared sauna, and the same safe technology used for infants in hospitals. “Our clients absolutely love the effects and adding it to their visit either before or after their other treatments.”

Three months ago, again responding to client requests, body wraps and scrubs joined the esthetics menu.

That same holistic approach they offer clients also helps their practice be the best it can be.

All heart: “We are what we call a heart-centered business, for our Staff and our clients,” Lisa explains.

“We strive to create an atmosphere where our team loves to work, not only with each other, but also with our clients. After all a happy staff, provides the best care for each client.”

Ongoing education: Support also comes through ongoing education. “New research and understanding means our industry is always evolving, so I really like to support our staff in continuing education.”

Flexibility & savings: In addition to a variety of special packages, Be Well offers clients a flexible membership that combines body care, skin care and use of the infrared sauna and their very popular Tranquility Lounge. Enjoy special member pricing on products and services, including gift certificates, and unlike many other practices, Be Well’s membership can also be shared!

“We know sometimes life gets busy and it can be beneficial if you can share your membership with a friend or family member,” Lisa explains. “We really like to put the needs of our clients in the forefront.”

Specific sauna and eyelash extension memberships are also available.

More to come!

In their continuing efforts to help clients Be Well, the practice is adding health and wellness coaching over the coming months, along with mindfulness and meditation.

Learn more at bewellmassage.net or call 425-381-3866 today to book your next appointment at Mukilteo’s Be Well Massage Skin Care Spa.

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