Stonebrook Day Spa Opened its doors in August of 2010 with one goal in mind, to serve the community through health and wellness. Since our opening, we have moved to a brand new location and expanded our space and our services. Our staff are professionally trained and experienced in their respective areas. We are dedicated to serving you and meeting your needs.
DAY SPA EMPLOYEES
Edie Tolbert, Owner – Edie holds an Associate Degree in Business Administration and 20+ years of experience in business and retail. A breast cancer survivor of 10 years, she received an outpouring of love and support from her family, friends and her community during her fight. Her desire is to give back to those who so generously gave to her. She is the Founder of our nonprofit The Stonebrook Project. She specializes in meeting the needs of cancer patients, caregivers and fire fighters. For details on our nonprofit, go to our web page at www.thestonebrookproject.org.
Michelle Crawford, Manager – Michelle joined our staff in 2017 after 30+ years in healthcare. She excels at customer service and enjoys helping others at the spa. Michelle and her family have been directly affected by cancer. She loves to coordinate the oncology massage therapy services for our cancer clients.
Rachael Gardner, Client Coordinator – Rachael joined our staff in 2019. Her background is in administration and serving people. Her organization, social media and customer service skills will be beneficial not only to our clients but to our work family.
Linda Clevenger, Client Coordinator – Linda joined our team in 2020 through a Cherokee Nation Grant. She has been a loyal client of Stonebrook Day Spa for many years. She loves the spa and serving our clients.
Alicia Clemons, Lead Nail Tech – Alicia graduated form Broken Arrow Beauty School and has 25+ years experience. She specializes in OPI gel color and nail art. She loves helping people and caring for those currently in treatment for cancer.
Ariel Sanders, Nail Tech and Esthetician – Ariel graduated from Clary Sage College in 2010. She specializes in OPI gel color, facials, microderm and waxing. Ariel is a giving person and enjoys serving those going through cancer treatment.
Erin Shatto, Esthetician and Lash Specialist – Erin graduated from Clary Sage College in 2016. She received her Oncology Trained Skincare Specialist certificate in 2018. She specializes in facials, skincare treatments, peels, lash extensions, waxing and meeting the needs of cancer patients and caregivers through specialized skincare.
Mandi Houston, Lead Massage Therapist – Mandi graduated from Clary Sage College in 2015. Mandi is certified in NAT oncology massage therapy and ACE cupping massage therapy. She specializes in Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, prenatal massage, cupping massage therapy and meeting the needs of cancer clients. She travels to OCSRI and provides oncology massage therapy services to cancer patients onsite.
Brook Detrick, Massage Therapist – Brook graduated from Clary Sage College n 2017. Brook is certified in NAT oncology massage therapy and ACE cupping massage therapy. She specializes is Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, reflexology and meeting the needs of cancer clients. She travels to OCSRI and provides oncology massage therapy services to cancer patients onsite.
Tashera Noe, Massage Therapist – Tashera graduated from Clary Sage College in 2017. Tashera is certified in NAT cupping massage therapy and NAT oncology massage therapy. She specializes in Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, reflexology and meeting the needs of cancer clients.
YOGA STUDIO INSTRUCTORS
Tracy Crow, R-YFT 200, R-TSYF, R-TFMN, R-CYAT, RYT Yoga Instructor -Tracy became an avid cyclist in 2014 and began taking yoga as a way to compliment her cycling. In 2016, she started teaching spin classes and became a certified SpinningR instructor. At the encouragement of her mentor, Jeanne Doss, she decided to become a yoga teacher and went to immersion to complete her training in October 2019 through Yogafaith. She has enjoyed her yoga journey and feels that yoga truly embraces her need for the mind, body and spirit connection. Her favorite yoga styles are power and yin.
Julie Lindley, ERYT-200, RYT500, YACEP Yoga Instructor – Julie has been an AFAA group fitness instructor for more than a decade. Teaching multiple fitness formats for years began to take its toll on her body and she developed a chronic shoulder injury which caused her to look for alternative solutions instead of resorting to invasive surgery. In her search 5 years ago, she discovered an online shoulder yoga sequence and through that practice she was able to bring wholeness and restoration to her shoulder. Excited about her shoulder she wondered what yoga could do for her whole body and this led her on her journey to become a yoga teacher as well as practitioner. Today with over 1000 teaching hours and 500 teacher training hours, she has much to share. Julie is passionate about the mind/body connection and helping others find wholeness by reconnecting with themselves through the beautiful practice of Yoga & Meditation. Finding healing and wholeness, not only physically but mentally and emotionally, through pranayama (breathwork), asana (movement) and mindful meditation makes us calmer, less stressed, better versions of ourselves is Julie’s belief. “Where the mind goes the man follows” Julie will be teaching a variety of yoga classes and workshops.
Katie Kelly, RYT 200 Yoga Instructor – Katie completed her training in India in June 2020. Katie teaches all forms of yoga specializing in flow sequences designed to stretch your body and mind. In addition to teaching yoga, Katie is a fine abstract artist and clinical counseling graduate student. Katie also works as a yoga instructor in Tulsa and Broken Arrow.
Holly Washam, RYT200, Core Barre Certified – Holly completed both her yoga teacher training and her barre training at The Melting Spot. Don’t let her cute Alabama accent and sweet, bubbly personality fool you! Although she loves gentle flow classes, Holly can bring the fire in her vinyasa classes too! “Five years ago, I had an artificial disc implanted in my back. I was in constant pain. The only solution the doctors provided was rest and medication. As a stay at home mom of three children, it did not allow me to be as productive as I needed to be. I needed to find an alternative; three years ago I found yoga! Ever since, my quality of life has been drastically improved, and my medication has been cut to a bare minimum Yoga saved my life.”