Erika Mangrum, president of Iatria Day Spa, has announced that Cyndy Elkins, managing partner and spa director of the Cary location, has been named to the advisory board for ECPI College of Technology, a private college with campuses in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and online. The advisory board offers feedback for ECPI’s Massage Therapy program. Elkins also will assist in developing continuing education classes at ECPI.
“I am excited for Cyndy to be serving on this committee,” said Mangrum. “With her in-depth knowledge on the programs offered at the college, she is sure to be a valuable asset to the board.”
About Iatria Spa and Health Center and Iatria Medspa
Iatria Spa and Health Center is a full-service medspa with five locations in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina. Under the direction of Erika Mangrum, President of Iatria Day Spa, the spa specializes in relieving stress and helping people feel and look better through massages, facials, body treatments, pedicures, and spa day packages. Iatria Health Center offers chiropractic and applied kinesiology, ion cleanse, acupuncture and nutrition counseling services.
With Dr. Henry Newton Pleasant Jr serving as medical director, Iatria Medspa is a division of Iatria that offers clients such services as laser hair removal, Aesthera intense pulse light for sun damage, TruVu Digital Imaging Complexion Analysis, injectable medical treatments including Botox®, and medical aesthetic services including acid peels, and mesotherapy for cellulite reduction. Iatria Spa and Health Center was named a Five-Star Beauty Destination by NewBeauty Magazine, one of the Top 20 Day Spas in the country by Launchpad Magazine, and the Best Spa in western Wake County in The Cary News’ yearly “Best of the West” poll.
The Triangle Business Journal’s 2005 Book of Lists named Iatria Spa and Health Center one of the Top 25 Women Owned Businesses in the Triangle and the firm is a two-time recipient of the Pinnacle Business Award for Steady Growth and Profitability. Most recently Iatria was named one of the 2006 Best Places To Work by the Triangle Business Journal.