Sunday, February 16, 2014

Trained Nurses join our team - you're in good hands!

At Spa Utopia it’s always been our commitment to provide spa guests with a safe, healthy spa experience. People visit the spa for many reasons and our extensive service directory reflects the varied needs and desires of our guests;  relaxation, maintenance, prevention, repair, stress relief, self improvement, inner peace … health and wellness.

We often ask ourselves; “what more can we do … what can we do better, how can we improve the guest experience, what new treatments can we offer, what do our guests want and how can we meet their needs and expectations?”

Our team of qualified, trained professionals are the beating heart of the spa. Hours and hours of training goes into each and every treatment offered at Spa Utopia.

Training, training, training – it’s the backbone of our business.

In keeping with our commitment, we are pleased to announce that trained Nurses are now an essential part of the Spa Utopia team. Our Nurses, with advanced training in Medical Esthetics, are qualified for Laser Hair Removal, Body Contouring treatments, Skin Tightening, Photo Rejuvenation, Foot Fungus treatments and more.

We’re thrilled to welcome and introduce Elizabeth Elias and Rhonda Booth. Both Rhonda and Elizabeth are trained Nurses and bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience in the Health and Wellness industry. 

ELIZABETH ELIAS, Nurse


Medical Esthetic nursing is the new era, it’s a growing field for Nurses and it’s exciting to be a part of it. Spa Utopia has consistently been on the cutting edge of spa development and I’m so thrilled to be a part of this newest spa evolution. You might ask yourself what a Nurse may offer? A larger knowledge base, a better understanding of the bio social spiritual being that makes up an individual, which translates that you are in good caring hands that want for your complete well-being.

I’m not going to lie; this is all brand new to me - the spa world. I’m completely out of my usual element and so the training is completely absorbing me. I’m used to working in hospitals and clinics. But can I say that I miss the 24 hour lights, call bells and codes of a hospital? Do I miss the viruses and bustle of a clinic? When compared the serene, calming, soothing, gentle environment of the spa, it’s an easy answer for me. 


RHONDA BOOTH,  Nurse

Prior to joining the Spa Utopia family as a Medical Spa Therapist , I worked as an Obstetrical RN in the hospital for 18 years and as a Recovery Room Nurse in a Cosmetic Surgery Clinic.

I am so excited to enter this new chapter of my career, performing Medical Esthetics!

Although Medical Esthestics is a new area for nursing and can be quite different from working in a hospital or clinic setting, there is one thing that is the same no matter what: everyone is taken care of!

I am enthusiastic and committed to bringing positive experience and results to others. I love seeing the smiling faces of the guests when they leave, feeling confident and radiant!





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