Le Visage Owner Shares How to Create a Spa-like Environment
Kathryn Morris started her career in the wellness field in 1991 as a massage therapist, and while exploring a technique called Face-lifting Massage, she discovered her true passion was in skincare. After studying at Dana Point, California, Morris became the first graduate of Moore Norman Technology Center’s Master’s program, and in 1994, she purchased Le Visage Spa & Wellness, 3700 West Robinson, Suite 110, in Norman.
For 27 years, Morris has been a pioneer and leader in her field, and as a small-business owner, has made it her goal to empower women to explore their passion for skincare. She and her award-winning team at Le Visage are dedicated to continuing education and continue to be on the cutting edge of skincare’s most fascinating trends.
In addition to studying cosmetic chemistry at UCLA, Morris traveled to Canada to study under Florence Barrett-Hill to obtain her certification in the Pastiche Method for Advanced Skin Analysis, a method designed to satisfy the growing need for skincare professionals to more accurately diagnose and treat various skin conditions. She also has obtained advanced Microneedling training under Dr. Lance Setterfield, a pioneer in microneedling techniques.
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A sought-after public speaker and educator, Morris strives to bring the best to her clients, has been frequently published, and recently penned her first book.
In creating this beautiful spa environment, Morris enlisted the help of friend and designer Lee Ward of Nottinghill Antiques to bring Le Visage to the height of sophistication. Combining antiques with new designs created the ideal atmosphere to relax and unwind. Each treatment suite is creatively themed and equipped with top-of-the-line equipment to maximize both comfort and results.