About Us

The Littlest Spa is owned and operated by Amy Elizabeth, a bodywork and spa professional for the past eleven years. Amy Elizabeth graduated in 2003 from the Palmer Institute of Massage & Bodywork in Salem, MA with dual degrees in massage and reflexology. Amy passed the National Certification of Bodywork and Therapeutic Massage exam (NCBTMB) and is a member of the Associated Bodyworkers and Massage Professionals (ABMP), Massachusetts Association of Reflexology (MAR) and the Reflexology Association of America (RAA). Amy has post graduate training in Holistic Nutrition, Repetitive Use Injury Therapy (RUIT™), Sacred Hot Stone Therapy, Biotone™ Spa Wraps & Scrubs. She also has advanced Reflexology training in the Father Josef Method, Flocco Method of Reflexology, and the SMART method of Ayurvedic Reflexology. Amy is a licensed esthetician,a 200 hour yoga teacher and a budding herbalist.

What does a spa with a conscience mean?

Reuse – many items have been repurposed to use in the spa, like our phone number.  Stay tuned to the work in progress.  We have decorated with leftover furniture from family and friends. Reduce – how can we cut down, use washable cups, unbleached cotton sheets, earth friendly cleaning products, filtered water (no plastic bottles.) Recycle – Bring in your water cup and get free water!  Bring in your tea mug and get free tea!  Okay, we would have given you free water or tea anyway, but it’s a start. We have used Freshaire paint throughout the spa, free of VOC’s and harmful toxins. We give back to the community in a three part system: donate items for Karma Credits, donate handmade bath products, donate gift certificates to raise money for local charities. Every month we will be featuring a local charity within our community.  If you have any suggestions, please send us an email with details. The charity will have items collected or money from the sale of handmade bath products or maybe a day at the spa for its staff.

What we offer:

We are a proud member of Natick Center Associates. (Now called Natick Center Cultural District)

 

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