Massage Therapy, Facials, Waxing, and Lash Extensions are just some of the luxurious services that await you. Call today to make your appointment!

Motto: “Skin, Nails, Massage and More!”

Founded: August 2012

Led by: Hiedi Hayden, Sarah Allarie, Nancy Danforth, Connie Hubley, Audrey Thompson

Why is Mahala’s Day Spa Unique?

Upscale spa with a hometown attitude

Diverse group of professionals offering a variety of services to fit many needs

Spa Services including: manicures, pedicures, facials, massage, Polarity Therapy, reflexology, waxing, eyelash extensions, brow and lash tinting, Cranial Sacral Therapy, and Jane Iredale Make-up consultations.

They Can Answer Questions Relating to:

What is Cranial Sacral Therapy? (Connie)

What type of massage best fits my needs? (Sarah)

When you wax, does your hair grow back thicker and faster? (Hiedi)

What is the correct way to remove Shellac? (Nancy)

What type of facial will work best for my skin? (Audrey)

Meet The Experts:

Nancy Danforth
Nail Technologist Expert

Capilo Institute in Aug of 2010 with honors. She Specializes in Shellac Nail Art, and creates masterpieces with glitter. CND Shellac Certified

Hiedi Hayden
Owner/Aesthetician, Nail Technician, & Eyelash Extensionist

“Since entering this industry several years ago, I have found it extremely rewarding helping people feel good inside and out. This experience has given me the perspective needed to create the fun relaxing atmosphere and treatments provided at Mahala’s Day Spa.”

Certified NovaLash Eyelash Extensionist – April 2012

Capilo Institute Aesthetician Program – June 2007

Capilo Institute Nail Technician Program – February 2006

CND Shellac Certified – July 2012

Jane Iredale University, Advanced Artistry: Bridal & Fashion 2010, 2011, 2012

Jane Iredale University, Advanced Artistry: Timeless Beauty 2011

Jane Iredale University, Advanced Artistry: Art of Concealing 2011

Jane Iredale University, Advanced Artistry: Expert Eyes 2010

Sarah Allarie
Massage Therapist & Nail Technician

Having always had an interest in people and wellness, it was perfectly natural that Sarah would find herself in the spa industry. She began her career as a nail technician, expressing her artistic side beautifying the world one nail at a time. After about a year of manicures and pedicures (which Sarah still loves to do), she decided she wanted to expand her horizons, and went back to school for Massage & Polarity Therapy where she has truly found her passion for healing. She specializes in deeply relaxing massage. It is very balancing work, with the goal of providing relief from emotional stress, muscular pain, and tension. Her techniques are a blend of: Swedish, Neuromuscular, Stretching, Trigger Point, Myofascial & deep tissue, and Polarity Therapy. Sarah is also trained in warm stone massage and aromatherapy. She prides herself in customizing each session based on the individual needs of her guest, and strives to make each experience they have at Mahala’s Day Spa truly wonderful.


• Graduate of Capilo’s School of Cosmetology Nail Technician Program-2007

• Graduate of Spa Tech Institute’s Holistic Massage Therapy Program-2008

• Spa Tech Institute Certified Polarity Therapist-2008

• Lead Nail Technician at the Senator Spa-2010-2012

• CND Shellac Certified-July 2012

• CPR/AED & First Aid Certified-Red Cross May 2013

Connie Hubley

Connie is a Nationally Certified Reflexologist thru ARCB (, a Nationally Certified Reflexology Instructor thru ACARET ( and a state Licensed Massage Therapist. She has been practicing reflexology since 1997 and teaching reflexology since 2008. Connie has studied foot, hand and ear reflexology with other professional reflexologists from around the globe. FMI she her webpage: 

Here Are Some Great Spa Tips

What is Reflexology? (Connie)

Specific areas are pressure pointed on the feet or hands that correspond to different parts of the body. This creates a physiological change in the body by naturally increasing your circulation which reduces your body tension. You will feel relaxed & refreshed at the end of your session. A session usually lasts for one hour. Half hour sessions are also available.

A Self Help Tip:

Place a tennis ball or golf ball on the floor and rub your foot over it using the amount of pressure that you are comfortable with. Try this for 5 to 10 minutes each foot. You have just given yourself a mini reflexology session!

What are some the benefits of Massage Therapy? (Sarah)

A massage works in wonderful ways, easing stress and pain, calming the nervous system, increasing circulation, loosening tight muscles, stimulating internal organs, and enhancing skin.

How long the positive effects of your massage last depends on the state of your body. If you’re suffering from chronic pain or recovering from injury, you may find it takes a few sessions before optimal health is restored.

If massage is part of your regular health regimen, then it’s more likely the effects will endure. In other words, the effects of massage are cumulative. The more often you get a massage, the greater and longer-lasting the benefits.

What can you do at home to make your massage last? Exercise. Ask Sarah for stretches you can do at home to help chronically tightened muscles. Drink water & stay hydrated.

Eyelash Extensions (Hiedi):

If your are interested in Eyelash extensions but you’re not sure they are for you? Schedule a free consultation! You will sit down with Hiedi, certified Novalash Eyelash Extensionist, and she will answer all your questions. If you are nervous about being sensitive to the product Hiedi will apply a few extensions to each eye so you can try them and be sure they are comfortable for you.

If you want to give your eyes a pop without the maintenance of Eyelash Extensions then try Lash Tinting. This is when a vegetable based dye is safely applied to your natural lashes. Even though tinting doesn’t give you additional length or volume to your natural lashes like extensions do, tinting is still a beautiful way to enhance your eyes.

Nail Health (Nancy):

How do I remove Shellac safely at home?

Using 100% acetone or CND’s Nourishing Polish Remover on a cotton ball, hold on top of your nail. Then using Tin Foil and wrap around your finger with the cotton ball to hold the cotton ball in place. Wait for Ten minutes. You then remove the tin foil and cotton ball and should see the shellac flaking off. Using an orange wood stick you can gently push the shellac off without damaging your nails.

If you wait ten minutes and have a different result it is possible you have a different product on your nails.

Skin Care (Audrey):

Facials can help skin look youthful and radiant

Tip: Protect your skin. Wear an SPF on your face daily. SPF can be found in foundations or moisturizers. Simply driving is enough sun exposure to cause damage and premature aging. UVA and UVB rays break down proteins that keep skin looking young and healthy.

Have A Question? Ask The Experts!