By Caroleine James
Wrangell Sentinel 

Salt and Cedar spa to celebrate relocation with grand opening


August 2, 2023

Caroleine James/Wrangell Sentinel

Esthetician Robyn Byrd stands in the gift shop of her updated spa, Salt and Cedar. In addition to the facials, lash extensions and other services she provided in her old space, she now offers Alaska gifts made by local artists.

Since its 2020 opening, Sirene Spa has been freshening faces, lengthening lashes, clearing pores and applying perfect tans. But now, the spa is giving itself a makeover.

Esthetician Robyn Byrd has changed the name of her business from "Sirene Spa" to "Salt and Cedar" - a name that honors her Tlingit heritage and better reflects her updated establishment, which has expanded to include Alaska gifts, jewelry and more. The spa has also moved from the Churchill Building to a larger, more accessible space at 106 Lynch St.

Though Salt and Cedar started taking appointments at the new location as of Ju...

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