Katie Warren is the newest member of the Lewisville Laser & Aesthetics family. She grew up in Cary and has lived in the Winston-Salem area since graduating nursing school in 2009. Katie worked in both intensive care and cardiology before moving to the field of aesthetics in 2013. She is well versed in fillers, neuromodulators such as Botox and Dysport, laser hair removal, tattoo removal and more! She is also a big believer in (and expert provider of) Ultherapy for skin tightening and rejuvenation. Katie and her husband Wil have two beautiful children – Wilson and Parker. When she is able to carve out time, Katie loves hand lettering and calligraphy. Katie is also an ovarian cancer survivor since 2012, and her faith and positive outlook bring a bright spark of joy to the patients she serves as well as her colleagues at LLA.
Michelle Harris attended school at Forsyth Technical Community College with a degree in Radiation Therapy. She has worked in Radiation Oncology for 29 years and is now a Medical Dosimetrist. Her personal life revolves around her photography business, Dalton-Harris Photography, where she and her husband, Ricky, hike the beautiful state of NC in search of perfect pictures and stories. “Creating memories through photographs is a love and passion I’ve had as far back as I can remember,” said Michelle. “While I’ve had the chance to capture memories through the eye of the camera in many genres over the years, the ones that capture my heart most are those images created outdoors and through nature. They seem to speak to me the loudest and offer something unique to all the others. Capturing nature at her finest and sharing that with others, to me, is photography at its best.” In her spare time, Michelle enjoys hiking, scrapbooking and floral arranging.
Jami Craver-Jenkins, NC LMBT #8604 is a licensed massage therapist specializing in post-operative massage and manual lymphatic drainage for clients after cosmetic surgery. She grew up on a tobacco farm south of Winston-Salem but found connection within the arts community in Winston-Salem by going to underground music shows during the 1990s. Her love for the city (and for doing things a little differently) started there. She graduated with a BFA in cinematography from UNCSA in 2003, but soon after, found her way to energy healing work, birth doula work and massage school; becoming licensed in 2008. After working nearly a decade for a local massage practice, she moved back to Winston-Salem, opening Blue Lotus Massage & Bodywork in 2015. Jami began to increase her training after demand increased during the pandemic; becoming a specialist in post-operative massage. Jami now focuses on working primarily with women, trans and non-binary clients recovering from surgical procedures – including mastectomies, breast augmentations, gender-affirming surgeries, tummy tucks, liposuction, Brazilian butt lifts, mommy makeovers, lipo for Lipedema, and face and neck lifts. When not at work, Jami can be found practicing aerial yoga and dance, watching documentaries and British television with her husband, and singing made-up songs to her two cats.
Christina Parrish is an artist and an educator. She was born in New Orleans, grew up in Savannah and currently lives in Kernersville. She is the owner and art educator of Christina Parrish Art. She has a masters in art education and teachers art full time at Glenn High School. She has created murals at Kernersville Brewing Company, Altius Fitness and Nutrition, Reagan and North Forsyth High School, Cake and All Things Yummy, Truist Stadium and Bar Nola! In her free time, Christina enjoys spending time with her husband, Griff, and her two sons, Griff, Jr. and Grady.
Hannah Weinberger is the CEO and head Coach of FitByHan which helps women escape fad diets and dangerous diet culture trends to approach health and fitness goals sustainable.
We help women escape fad diets & dangerous diet culture trends to approach health & fitness goals sustainably. “I started FitByHan in 2020 after the pandemic started as a part time business and went full time by September of that year,” said Hannah. “Two years later, what started as a team of one is now a team of four just this month bringing on our second registered dietitian to help women ditch fad diets and finally find balance while building strong, healthy bodies.” She has a bachelors degree from UNCG as well as certification as a personal trainer, sports nutrition specialist, functional nutrition & metabolism science specialist, and health mindset coaching. In her spare time, Hannah loves yoga, traveling, cooking, trying new restaurants and hiking with my boyfriend and goldendoodle.
Heather Peters was born and raised in Washington, but has lived in the Triad since 1997 when she decided to attend Piedmont Bible College, now Carolina University. There, she met her husband and “got stuck.” She earned her associates of arts degree in early childhood education with a minor in missions. “After three years of marriage, we moved to Curitiba, Brazil to plant churches,” said Heather. “I actually had my fourth child while living there. We moved back to Winston-Salem where my husband started a new career in financial planning, and I stayed home and homeschooled my four children. I have since also taught at a few other schools and had some odd jobs, but for the last two years, I have been organizing busy and overwhelmed people of the Triad!” Heather’s business is called Simply Organized Spaces. “I have learned so much from women around me who have successful businesses. Whether it’s business advice or advice for my personal life and hobbies; I am truly thankful to live in this community! When I’m not working, I’m usually taking care of my home and family, decorating or am out in my garden fussing over a new type of flower that I’ve planted.”