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We hold a sacred space for art and wellness. Our mission is to provide holistic bodywork and body adornment while honoring the light within you.



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Meet the Team

Chris Hornsby

Chris is a veteran of the US Marine Corps. Art was always his passion and turned down scholarships with SCAD in Savannah, GA to serve our country.
After Chris left the Corps, he went on to be a Roughneck for the oil industry but soon realized his opportunity with tattooing and took a leap back into the arts.
With over ten years experience, Chris' style ranges from Realistic,  Hyper Color Realism, Intense Black and Grey, Illustrative Realistic, Black and Grey Portraits, Full Color Portraits, Neo Traditional,  cover ups and custom designs. 


Photography by Anne Blair.

Nakahili Womack

Nakahili has 18 years experience in therapeutic massage. Her interest in the healing arts began as a child and heavily influenced by her native Hawaiian culture. Nakahili enjoys community outreach and volunteers her time in an effort to bring wellness to those in need. She also worked as an on - call therapist for local concert venues and had the honor of working with several legendary performing artists, such as George Clinton, Rob Zombie, Modest Mouse, Johnny 5, STS9, Breaking Benjamin, and Tyler the Creator.

Photography by Anne Blair.

Emily Drayer

Emily describes herself as a book loving, hobby farming, homeschooling mama of three. Her favorite subject matter are florals, bugs, bees, and forest friends.
Emily has been drawing since childhood and is inspired by old lithographs, street art, and surrealism.

Ariel Mason

As a licensed piercer, Ariel has always been drawn to the world of body modification with 8 years experience in the piercing community. Her main focus is accentuating each individual's unique features while keeping up with the latest trends, safety practices and industry standards. Outside of the studio she spends her time sewing, gaming, and hanging out with her adorable dogs. Be it her love of piercing or sewing, embellishment is key no matter the canvas. 

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