The Team

The Skin Therapeia team is comprised of highly qualified and trained Senior Therapists…

Spa Manager – Laura


Our Spa Manager Laura has been working in the Beauty industry since 2003. Born and bred in England, she has a love for travelling and has finally found her home in Sydney.

Having worked as a Senior Therapist and Manager in high end Hotel Spas, Beauty Salons and Health Clubs in London and Essex, she loves all the aspects of the Beauty Industry and specialises in advanced Facial Treatments.

Senior Therapist – Taylor

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Taylor has been in the Beauty Industry for 8 years, working at Skin Therapeia since 2011.

She has also worked in a variety of settings including; pharmacies, beauty salons, cosmetic counters and elite day spa environments. She has extensive training with a large variety of spa product ranges and enjoys providing her clients with an experience to remember through her touch in facial treatments and massage.

Taylor is also a high school teacher and a big lover of all animals! 

Senior Therapist – Ally


Ally has been in the Beauty Industry for the last 14 years, working in 5 star day spas to medispa clinics and local salons, and most recently as an educator teaching the Diploma of Beauty Therapy.

A self-confessed “skin geek”. Ally has dedicated her career to mastering the science of skin and its associated chemistry and technologies, allowing her to accurately diagnose and treat any skin with amazing results and a healing touch.

Outside the Spa, Ally is an adventurer, cook and musician (but not all at the same time!)

Senior Therapist – Francesca


Francesca has been working within the beauty industry for 6 years, also originally from England, she has settled in Sydney.

She worked in a variety of Salons and Spas in her home town of Bournemouth, before deciding to move overseas to Australia.

She enjoys all aspects of the beauty industry, connecting with clients and building up a great rapport. Her favourite treatments are all facials.

Francesca is currently on extended leave but we look forward to welcoming her back later this year.