Business & Merchant
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 August 2017 16:09
Salon and Spa by Chaney’s Natural is in the Mon Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce Member Spotlight for July.
|Pictured (l-r) are: Natalie Martinak, massage therapist; Irma Hiller, office manager; Tanya Chaney; owner and massage therapist.|
The Salon and Spa by Chaney's Natural was established in 2004 as a home-based business. They later opened on McKean Avenue in Charleroi in 2006 and relocated to Monongahela in 2010. They're proudly celebrating 7 years at current location of 138 West Main Street.
With 13 years under their belt, Chaney's Natural is planning a 2000-square-foot expansion later this year to include hair care and expanded salon services. After this expansion, they will be the largest spa in the Mon Valley.
Chaney's Natural was established as a massage therapy practice and later grew to include nails and skin care. They perform massages ranging from 30 minutes to 2 hours, with a variety of techniques. They have three massage therapists on staff.
Chaney's Natural has two talented nail technicians that specialize in natural nail care and shellac polish finishes. They also create hand painted nail art for their clients. The salon also carries a full line of Zoya Nail Care Products.
Their two estheticians perform signature facials customized to the client's needs, microdermabrasion, facial peels to reduce the look in appearance of fine lines/wrinkles and hair removing waxing services.
The spa also offers a variety of vitamins, minerals and supplements, to include protein shakes and weight management products. They feature LEX handcrafted swarvoski crystal jewelry, gift certificates for all occasions and many other gift items.
The Salon and Spa by Chaney’s is open by appointment and can be booked by calling the office at 724-328-2834 or by going online to www.ChaneysNatural.com.
The Salon and Spa by Chaney’s has been a MVRCC member since its inception in 2006. Tanya Chaney is a champion for the Mon Valley community and serves as President of the Chamber’s Young Professionals division.