Meet Our Spa Staff

Heather Richambault ~ Licensed Massage Therapist

Heather graduated in 2003 from the Downeast School of Massage in Waldoboro, Maine, where she was enrolled in the Sports Massage Program.  Beginning work soon thereafter for the Regency, she has been a valuable asset to us for more than six years.  When asked about her experiences at The Spa, Heather says, “The Regency has afforded me the opportunity to work with an array of people, whether it be for the individual that just flew across the country, or the person that might be sore from walking these cobble stoned streets!  I make it a priority to meet your specific needs during each session and will strive to be creative.  My work is always evolving, as I receive regular massage in the hopes that I may always learn from it and introduce new experiences to my clients.  I couldn’t ask for a better group of colleagues to work with, we really make your visit enjoyable from the moment you arrive.”

Angela Hascall ~ Aesthetician

Angela has been employed by the Regency since 2004.

Graduating in 2003 from Capilo’s Institute for Hair, skin and nails in Augusta,  Maine, she went on to pursue post-graduate education with the International Dermal Institute and received advanced training in glycolic and lactic peels. She also has product training and experience working with Pevonia, Ilike Organic, Bioelements, Doctor’s Dermatological Formula and Daniel Thompson.

Angela enjoys gardening and baking in her North Yarmouth home which she shares with her husband Mark and their adopted pooch Greta.

Sue Jelly (Sunshine) ~ Licensed Massage Therapist

 Sunshine graduated from the New Mexico Academy of Massage and Natural Healing in 1993.  She specializes in Deep Tissue, Swedish and Prenatal Massage.  Sunshine also works as a Birth Doula and Special Educational Technician.

Wendy Wyman ~ Licensed Massage Therapist

 Wendy attended New Hampshire Community Technical College in 2005, became nationally certified in 2007 and is a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association.  She is trained in Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Myofacial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Neuromuscular Sequencing, Sports Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Hot Stone and other spa techniques.  As a runner and aspiring multi-sport athlete, she finds herself becoming more passionate about the needs of athletes, and improving their performance through massage. 

Beth O’Malley ~ Licensed Massage Therapist  

Beth O’Malley, BS, MT  has been a licensed massage therapist since 1999, and initially trained at  PRI (now Spa Tech) in Portland, Maine.  She is an advocate of simple strategies for bringing wellness to busy lifestyles, and is delighted to work in a profession that brings relaxation and therapeutic benefits to clients.  Beth integrates a variety of techniques, including Swedish, Deep Tissue and Myofacial Release.  She also works in medical education.

Kristina Sobel~ Licensed Massage Therapist

Kristina has been employed at the Portland Regency Hotel and Spa as a Massage Therapist since 2007 and have over six year’s experience in the profession.  She is a graduate from Palmer Institute of Massage and Bodywork in Salem, MA with certifications in Massage Therapy and Foot Reflexology and is trained in a variety of modalities including Swedish, Hot Stone, Deep Tissue and Prenatal.  She  continues to expand her knowledge, experience and expertise in bodywork by attending workshops and classes to enhance her skills to better serve clients.  She offers warmth, sensitivity and a variety of modalities to help you accomplish your goals.  In her spare time she enjoys practicing Bikram Yoga, running, coating and hitting the beach with friends and family.

 

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