Calming Effects Health Spa and Salon has undergone many of the same changes that other businesses have faced since the COVID-19 pandemic began. As a full-service salon, they had to adjust every one of their practices to comply with health orders and continue to safely care for their customers.
The spa and salon has found it’s groove, however, and they are currently providing all of their services. Owner Michelle Procruder took over for Michelle Schasser 3 years ago, but the pair still work together to keep the salon going. Schasser has shifted to serving clients and providing massage therapy, nail, and esthetician services, while Procruder runs the day-to-day of the salon.
They have been actively serving new customers, and they have welcomed a new massage therapist, Stefan Nisbett, to their team, and they are excited to have his energy and expertise available to their clients. A new skin care line is also on the horizon, and they will be hiring a couple more professionals for their team.
As COVID-19 continues to affect daily life, the term “pandemic fatigue” is coming up more frequently. Michelle Schasser says Calming Effects has more than enough services to help offset the problems that can arise from ongoing stress. “A once a month full body massage can improve your immune system, increase your feel-good hormones, and reduce the presence of stress-hormones in the body, ” said Schasser.
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Reporting for WGRT – Jessie Wiegand