Our Staff

The Camano Island Day Spa has put together a team of therapists who share our mission of providing holistic, organic and natural care for the body, mind and spirit. We hope you will get a chance to meet each one and experience their compassionate service, giving you the kind of attention and healing touch that soothes your soul. Our staff is here for your healing and well-being.

Kiley Maziarski, Licenced Massage Therapist

“I’ve been a licensed massage therapist since 2003. I typically use a blend of Lomi Lomi, Swedish and Deep Tissue to create a restoring massage and love learning new modalities to enhance my practice.  My focuse through bodywork is to meet your personal needs while bringing more awareness to  your body and how you move through life.  My hope is that each person I see leaves happier and inspired to treat themselves a little better each day.  I live on beautiful Camano Island with my awesome husband, two amazing daughters and our sweet big lug of a dog, Pete.  I’m all about family, having a good laugh, yoga, herbs, oils, beaches, music and art.  I also have my own line of all natural body care products: Ki Body Care, which you can purchase right here at the Spa.”

Markie Parks, Esthetician and Nail Care Specialist 

“Hi, my name is Markie and I grew up in Central California. From a very early age, I have always had an interest in skin care. From at-home face masks with girlfriends, to bridal makeup on the weekends, I genuinely love helping others feel the most comfortable in their natural skin. After High School, I pursued my Esthetician license by attending Paul Mitchell-The Cosmetology School in Fresno CA. Helping my clients to achieve their skin care goals is so rewarding. Additionally, I provide natural nail care services including spa pedicures and natural nail manicures. I am looking forward to providing you with a restful and rejuvenating experience!”

Jill Carter, Licensed Massage Therapist 

“I first became interested in massage after receiving treatments and the idea of a career change developed. I graduated from Spectrum School of Massage in 2001. I view massage therapy as a form of healing the body, spirit, and mind. My goal for my clients is to restore, and promote balance and well being in their body and mind. I feel very fortunate to be able to bring relief to people who suffer from the stresses of daily life. I strive to meet the needs and expectations of my clients while being guided by the values of respect, compassion, and professionalism.”

Lynnett Newton, Licensed Esthetician

“Hi, I’m Lynnett and I’m so thrilled to be a part of the family here at Camano Island Day Spa!  Originally, I am from Salt Lake City, Utah where I spent most of my life growing up.  Our little family lived for eight years in the heart of Texas and decided to move to our dream destination in the summer of 2017. We’ve successfully planted roots here in Washington.  I’m a recent empty nester who decided to change career paths after being a paralegal and office administrator for 25 years.  After taking an active part in my own skin care for so long, I found myself being more and more curious about the intricate workings of the skin and how to prolong the aging of it.  I decided to go to Evergreen Beauty College this year and pursue a license in esthetics so that I may share knowledge with others.  The past year and a half have been an amazing period of transition for me, and I’m loving the outlook ahead.  I look forward to meeting you and pampering you soon.

Sue Brusseau, Reception

“Live Well, Love Much, Laugh Often.”  “I am Sue Brusseau, so grateful to live here on beautiful Camano Island, surrounded by family and friends. I enjoy challenges, and find magic in everyday little things.I am a happy wife, mother, and grandmother. I love yoga, photography, making jewelry, crochet, painting, and walking my dogs. If there is anything I can do to make your experience here more enjoyable, please let me know – I’d be happy to help.”

Celene Chen, Reception

“Hi, I’m Celene. I grew up in Washington and studied cultural anthropology in college. I’m passionate about self care and strongly believe that it’s our duty to take care of our bodies and minds in order to live a balanced life. I enjoy doing yoga, weight training, being outside with my dog, and learning new things from perspectives different than my own. Cultivating a peaceful and nurturing environment is important to me, and I’m happy to part of that at the Camano Island Day Spa.”

Stuart Tombros, Reception

“Hi, I’m Stuart. I was born and raised in Washington and have been lifting weights since middle school. Only within the past couple years have I truly come to appreciate the necessity for restorative practices for the body and mind to undo the constant stresses of everyday life, whether they be from a workout, chronic posture, or a demanding job. I’m a firm believer that physically and mentally unwinding are not only awesome in the moment, but also impact efficiency and pleasure in other areas of your day-to-day life. It’s great to be able to be a part of the Camano Island Day Spa team, whose combined efforts provide an excellent customer experience that leaves everybody smiling as they walk out of our door.”

Patrick Rose, Reception

“Hi, my name is Patrick Rose, and I am one of the new receptionists at Camano Island Day Spa. I am a recent graduate from California State University, Channel Islands, where I majored in Communications. I have called Camano Island home since I was 3 years old, and even though I have lived other places in recent years, Camano will always be home. Some of my other interests include music and writing for a blog, where I discuss different artists and projects I’m listening to. I’m very excited to be working here, and I look forward to meeting everyone!”

Rhonda Simpson, Spa Owner   

“I have long held the vision of a healing and wellness center to help people both physically and emotionally, and to provide a place where people can feel safe to heal. A place where the body and mind can be free to rejuvenate and restore. Now I am able to combine my work in business administration, my love of yoga, and my desire to facilitate healing on many levels. I have worked in the Seattle area for almost 20 years in Human Resources. I am also a yoga teacher, specializing in Restorative Yoga, promoting the BackMitra. I love to see people happy and healthy.  Never stop dreaming for yourself and for all those you come in contact with on your path.”