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Beauty. Strength.Confidence.

Born and raised in Columbia, Stacey Overstreet has partnered with clients for more than 12 years to restore balance, energy and wellness utilizing a holistic approach for the mind and body. Based on the belief that every woman is unique and deserves to feel beautiful, Stacey O. Studio was designed to be a safe, nourishing, positive environment where you can relax, let go of worries, and be yourself. It is the passion of Overstreet and her warm staff to lift your spirits, renew your mind and ignite your energy through facials, body treatments, massage, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, waxing and other services to find the deep inner beauty that radiates from confidence and self-esteem.

    A graduate of Richland Northeast High School in 1992, and University of Georgia graduate in 1996, Overstreet enjoyed a successful career in journalism and public relations for more than 12 years. After giving birth to her daughter, Tess, she decided to pursue a different path in order to spend more time being a mom and went back to school for esthetics and massage. A natural thirst for knowledge and experience led her to India where she studied Ayurvedic medicine and alternative treatments. The next step was to find a way to share her passion to help others discover their own personal strength and power through natural therapies and holistic modalities. As her vision became clear, she rented a tiny room in the Columbia Athletic Club and began her work, one person at a time.

    As word spread quickly about her amazing services and kind spirit, clients became repeat customers, bringing their family and friends along, and it was time to expand. Overstreet knew that finding the right partners for her “dream team” was one of the most important keys to success. It was worth the seven-year investment; her spa has one of the most unique combinations of talents, skills and gifts that can be found in Columbia, with more than 40 years of combined experience. Overstreet chooses to work only with team members that are positive, compassionate, responsible and committed to making other people feel strong, healthy and confident, and it shows!

    Three additional massage therapists have joined her at Stacey O. Studio: Mckenzie Butler, Cindy Grant and Stephanie Stewart, and three estheticians have come on board: Bridget Shine, Sarah Mechelke and Molli Collins. Each of the studio's therapists/estheticians have extensive backgrounds and experience with their own specialties and focuses that will lift your spirits and give you that glow.

    Located at 2911 Devine Street, Overstreet is proud to be the exclusive carrier of the following “hard-to-find” lines and treatments in Columbia: Epicuren Discovery, KYPRIS Beauty and Intraceuticals Oxygen Facials. During the month of September, the studio is proud to offer a special to Natural Awakenings readers—a signature KYPRIS Ultrasonic Facial, which uses the newest resurfacing techniques. As water is penetrated into your pores at 28,000 times per second to flush out oil, dirt and dead skin, bacteria is killed, reducing inflammation and speeding up fibroblast activity to improve collagen and elasticity. Specialized KYPRIS products then permeate the epidermis to re-educate cells to act younger. You will also receive a prescription-strength LED (light-emitting diode) treatment with light waves to reduce inflammation and make skin tighter and more lifted. Mention this article when scheduling this procedure and receive a free 2-ounce Epicuren After-Bath Lotion and $10 off the treatment—$25 in savings!

    For more information about Stacey O. Studio, located at 2911 Devine St., in Columbia, visit StaceyOStudio.com, or Facebook or Instagram. To take advantage of this special, call/text 803-741-8687 or email StaceyOStudio@gmail.com. Make sure to mention the Natural Awakenings special. Appointments must be scheduled to take place by Oct. 15. 

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