The love of skincare runs in the family. As the granddaughter of an Avon Lady, Carrie
grew up playing with her grandmother’s makeup and skin creams. But it was her own
struggle with dry skin and her daughter’s challenges with acne (and the effects of the
medications) that compelled Carrie to debut The Swoon Aesthetic Spa and Acne Clinic.
Unsatisfied with the results at traditional spas and the lackluster atmosphere at many
medispas, Carrie set out to offer the best of both worlds. From that concept of
clinical-level expertise in a beautiful and relaxing environment, Swoon was born. With
Carrie’s team of Medical Aestheticians, physician assistant and medical director, Swoon
uses the most modern products and the latest sciences and technologies to achieve the
results their clients desire. Carrie’s great joy is helping her clients look and feel their
best as they walk out the doors with renewed confidence.
holding Carrie in 1977
holding Carrie in 1977
In 2013, J was on the cusp of a budding career in the nonprofit sector when they made a split decision to attend the Pittsburgh School for Massage Therapy. Serendipitously, this turned out to be one of the best choices they ever made. J lives with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and has for most of their life. Attending school for massage therapy was an opportunity to learn to give and receive positive touch, and became a pivotal part of their healing journey. Now, J realizes the power of simply holding space for others. Their highest goal is to create a safe, supportive, therapeutic environment and to be a witness of and facilitator for healing.
J feels thinks that the human body, mind, and spirit are an interlocking riddle, and that massage therapy is one fascinating way to interact with it. Because of this, J takes an integrative approach to massage, combining the full scope of their knowledge when working with clients to achieve their treatment goals.
J loves using energy and body work as tools to help clients reach all kinds of objectives, from the mechanical (such as greater physical mobility or decreased pain) to the emotional and spiritual (such as processing trauma and grief).
J PRACTICES THE FOLLOWING MODALITIES
• Swedish Massage
• Neuromuscular Therapy
• Pregnancy Massage
• Gua Sha
• Sports Massage
• Manual Lymphatic Drainage
• Thai Massage
• Other generalized energy work
Dr. Thomas Burnett MD graduated cum laude from the University of Dayton in 2002
with a degree in pre-medicine. In 2007, he graduated from the University of Toledo
College of Medicine after receiving the United States Air Force HPSP (Health
Professions Scholarship Program) scholarship.
After completing a year of intern residency at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, he served 3 years as a flight surgeon for the 178th Fighter Wing and 445th Airlift Wing at W right Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio.
He was awarded the Commendation Medal in June 2011 for achievements while deployed to Afghanistan in 2010, where Dr. Burnett served as a validating flight surgeon of Regional Command South.
After his honorable discharge, he returned to Pittsburgh and UPMC to complete his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Physiatry). After graduating in 2014, Dr. Thomas Burnett became the Medical Director of Legacy Medical Centers dedicated himself to becoming one of the top Regenerative Medicine Doctors for Joint and Tendinopathy pain in Pittsburgh.
He then opened up Regeneration Pittsburgh in Wexford, PA with the vision of changing how patients are treated for pain and helping athletes achieve new peak performance levels. Dr. Thomas Burnett continues to work with military veterans by sitting on the board of directors for ‘It’s About The Warrior’ Foundation [https://iatw.us] -- a tri-state area, a nonprofit organization assisting and empowering all post 9/11 veterans and their families.
His concentration and passion is centered on sports and regenerative medicine as well as concussion management. He’s performed over 300 successful stem cell and regenerative medicine procedures on active or retired professional athletes; quickly becoming recognized as one of the foremost Regenerative Medicine specialists in the Pittsburgh area.
Tiffany is a Pennsylvania Licensed Esthetician of 3 years who attended South Hills Beauty Academy in 2016. In addition to her former education in Fine Arts at Edinboro University (and having family in the beauty industry), Tiffany adds an artistic eye to her care with 10 years of experience as a Pittsburgh professional photographer. She is a firm believer in self care and helping others feel confident through results-driven skincare treatments.
Amanda loves making people feel confident. As a Pittsburgh Beauty Academy graduate, licensed cosmetologist, esthetician, and nail technician for 17+ years, she is attentive to all the details in every service performed. She is also experienced in the art of full body waxing.
Everyone is beautiful! Amanda is passionate about helping clients find the healthiest ways to enhance that beauty.
Victoria received a cosmetology license in 2014 and has since worked utilizing her skills in skincare, hair, make-up, and nails to bring joy to her clients. While also receiving a B.S. in Metaphysical Healing and a M.S. in Transpersonal Psychology, she completed and received a Cosmetology Instructor License. Still going to school for a PhD in Integrative Medical Therapies, Victoria loves making people feel good in their skin!
When she is not working or going to school, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, reading, and being outside in nature!