about the therapists
Nelissa Chamberlain is from the Navajo tribe and Filipino. She has lived in South Carolina since 2006 with 3 years of esthetic experience from brows to Brazilians (male & female) and everything in between. She is a true wax enthusiast, whether it is a glamorous lash tint, precise brow arch or a decadent pampering facial she is here to meet all your beauty needs. Nelissa is also a Massage therapist and Owner of Spa & Bodywork in Fort Mill, located in back of the Beyond Measure Salon at Pendleton Village. Nelissa see's each massage as an opportunity to bring relaxation, balance and vitality to her clients. Her goal is to create long lasting client relationships within her practice knowing that massage is an important aspect in a healthy lifestyle and most importantly relief of pain. Massages are client-centered and incorporate various modalities, including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, myofascial, prenatal massage, Stretching, Sports massage and Foot Reflexology. Nelissa graduated from Paul Mitchell for Esthetics in 2010 and Southeastern Institute in 2011.
Karen is from the Lumbee tribe. Karen is a licensed massage therapist in SC, a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). She has attended Southeastern Institute in Charlotte, NC in 2013. Karen is trained in Swedish massage, Hot Stone and prenatal massage.
Susie is a licensed massage therapist in SC and NC, professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). She attended Southeastern Institute in Charlotte, NC in 2011. Susie is trained in Swedish massage, Hot Stone massage & Prenatal massage. She believes massage is a necessity in order to be happy and healthy!
Susie is excited to have begun her career as a massage therapist and looks forward to learning as much as she can about working in the profession. Susie hopes to become an important aspect of her clients' wellness routines and seeking to expand her knowledge of massage techniques in order to address the needs of her clients' efficiently. Susie believes that everyone can benefit from receiving regular massages and hope that as the field of massage therapy grows, more people will begin to see the worth in scheduling massages regularly.