Therapists

Face to Face was created in 2012 by Emily Robinson.  Inspired by Emily’s passion for science, Face to Face offers a spa experience with a strong understanding of the biology and chemistry behind the services offered.  The goal at Face to Face is to not only relax the clients, but also offer them a better understanding of their skin and muscular system.  Education is the key to health and beauty. 

Emily Robinson, Owner, Esthetician, Massage Therapist

Emily Robinson’s first love was the study of science and nutrition, and she earned her college degree in general physical science before branching off into various other fields of endeavor. After college, Emily returned to school to become a licensed massage therapist.

Emily then spent four years in New York working in the business end of the Fashion Industry, but felt pulled back to health-related service industries and California. She earned her certification in nutrition and worked as a nutrition counselor at a fitness center before returning to school to become an esthetician.

Emily continues to increase her knowledge and training by regularly attending courses to stay current in “skin” and “massage” science. Emily brings fresh energy and a myriad of skills to her business. Her natural warmth and genuine concern for each of her clients is evident in the personal attention she gives to each treatment.

Emily treats skin care holistically, incorporating nutrition and lifestyle awareness as part of a healthy skin care program. Schedule an appointment with Emily for relaxing and rejuvenating treatments that will send you out to FACE the world with confidence and vigor. Emily is available Tuesdays – Saturdays.


Sarah Cawelti, Massage Practitioner

Sarah Cawelti is a CAMTC certified massage practitioner who has been practicing since 2008. She combines several modalities to create unique services tailored to each client’s specific needs. Sarah uses deep tissue and trigger-point therapy to deeply penetrate muscle tissue, allowing for the release of tension, knots, and scar tissue.

Sarah discovered massage at the age of twelve while perusing books in her local library. She fell in love with the idea of healing through touch. She read everything she could find on the topic and practiced on anyone who would let her. Sarah went to massage school at the LA Vocational Institute in 2008 and became a trained massage therapist. Since leaving school, her love of massage has grown as she has witnessed how massage heals not just the body, but the mind and soul, as well. She has been fortunate enough to work in a variety of situations – from high-end spas to chiropractic offices. These experiences have allowed her to learn deep relaxation skills as well as to practice therapeutic massage. She has helped clients recover from injuries and manage chronic pain; she has supported women with therapies particular to pregnancy and post-natal stresses.

Sarah helps her clients understand the value of setting aside time from responsibilities and obligations to focus on healing and maintaining the body’s balance between the mental and physical.


Sarah Goldhahn, Esthetician, Make-up Artist

Sarah recently returned to the Central Coast after living in New York City for over a decade. She hails from the Estee Lauder Companies Corporate offices where she was Executive Assistant to Jane Hertzmark Hudis, Group President of Estee Lauder, La Mer, Origins, Aveda, Bobbi Brown, Aerin, Darphin, and Bumble and Bumble. Her time in the beauty industry fostered a love of skincare which inspires Sarah as an Esthetician.

Prior to her experience with the Estee Lauder Companies, Sarah's experience as a performer in both opera and Broadway national tours provided makeup training with some of the very best in the industry. Along with this, her intensive training in eyelash extensions, skincare and extraction technique elevates Sarah to a unique level of standard and experience.