Spa Director, Lead Aesthetician
With over a decade of experience, Ferris Nickerson is our buyer, lead aesthetician and carefully crafts a spa menu unlike any spa in Aspen. Ferris began her work at Remede, the St. Regis Spa, and quickly grew into the lead aesthetician at the Aspen location for over two years. Wanting to gain more experience on the medical side of skin, Ferris moved to Florida, venturing into a medical aesthetician /assistant and trained under doctor Valerie Barrett at RENU Medical in Tequesta, Fl. Ferris is trained and certified in microdermabrasion, chemical peels, micro needling, Dido lasers, Radio Frequency skin tightening, full body waxing, lash/ brow tinting, dermaplaning, and Xtreme Lash Extensions. She brings knowledge of both high end quality spa experience and medically advanced treatments.
“My specialty is bringing clients not only the glow after leaving a treatment, but the science behind it all.”
Jody Burtard started her journey as an Esthetician in 1999. With extensive experience being the former Lead Esthetician at the Aspen Club, Jody has seen what the beautiful Aspen weather can do to our delicate skin.
“I specialize in facial treatments, full waxing services, Microdermabrasion and lash tinting. Helping clients improve the health of their skin is my passion. I’m very excited to be part of the talented O2 team.”
Growing up in Aspen, Colorado gave me a fond appreciation for the natural surroundings that were readily available to me. After spending my time growing up in this wonderful valley I would decide it was time for a new journey in my life. In March of 2009 I would embark on a journey that forever changed my life for the better. This would start by enrolling into school for body work, at Colorado School of Healing Arts. Where my journey in their seven-hundred hour program would license me in the state of Colorado. This experience was so enjoyable, that upon completion I’d re-enroll in the Associate’s Degree program offered. My choices to specialize in would be Cranial Sacral (A light form of touch, to help fascinate proper joint movement in the cranium which in turn creates healthier function throughout the entire body), Neuromuscular Therapy (A more specialized form of deep tissue that intends to be more specific to particular muscle groups), Lastly was sports therapy (geared toward the athletic type, stretching the body through passive and active movement). My work has taken me to great places and I hope to share this knowledge that has been bestowed upon me onto you.