Clients arrive to their spa appointment with the hopes of an external transformation. They want a treatment to soften their wrinkles, tighten their jowls, or make them look refreshed. The need to relax and distress is more intense than ever as people return to many of their normal activities after a year of unprecedented stress and change.
These internal struggles and stressors impact clients’ and professionals’ bodies and skin. Doctors, nurses, spa owners, and aestheticians should incorporate some form of energy work into their practices as a great way to bring a deeper benefit to clients and get better results from the treatments offered. Professionals are in an ideal position to help clients shift the energy in their bodies – even if they are not bringing this intention with them. It is part of a professional’s job to assist clients release pent-up tension. Energy healing is an added-value service that offers something that is in demand right now.
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A licensed clinical aesthetician since 2001, Colette Brown is the director of education at Columbia Skincare where she leads the professional products division. In her role, she oversees education and treatment protocol training and supports research and development with new product development. Brown possesses a deep passion and understanding of the healing benefits of topical probiotics and how they contribute to the overall health and wellness of the skin’s microbiome. Based in Beverly Hills, California, Brown has a Bachelor of Art in education, is a certified holistic practitioner through the Kresser Institute, a licensed phlebotomist, and has certifications in advanced skin care procedures.