Felicia Brown sits at the helm of Touch of Neauxla, a full-service Spa offering multiple packages from teeth whitening to waxing, to body contouring. Touch of Neauxla Massage & Body Studio is an intimate studio located in Metairie, La, just outside of New Orleans. They specialize in Massage, Facials, Spa Services, and Body Contour/Weight Loss Services. Touch of Neauxla takes pride in making guests forget about all of their stresses while enjoying personal therapeutic time alone. Since opening, the Metairie based business has become one of the premier independent spas for women across the New Orleans-Metro area.
In addition to the uptick from Touch of Neauxla, Brown has successfully re-launched Aulai Boutique, an online women’s clothing store geared toward ladies with an urban/chic sense of style, as well as natural bath & body products. She’s naturally gifted in Marketing and self-promoting, which often creates frenzies around the release of her products and services.
Felicia is now using her experiences in Entrepreneurship to empower fellow female business owners and eventually mentor the youth. With her heart and mindset on influencing those around her, she plans to develop a series of Community Relations projects and become one of the most philanthropic personalities in New Orleans.

LM: Tell me a little bit about yourself.
FB: I’m a devoted family woman who is a lover of all things fashion, aesthetics, and entrepreneurship!

LM: Tell us about your business.
FB: Founded in 2016 Touch of Neauxla is constantly growing to better serve our clients. Being a small studio everything is by appointment only but same-day appointments are available. All staff members are licensed and insured and highly qualified in their field.
LM: What prompted you to start your business?
FB: My formal training and certifications led to me establishing things on my own.

LM: Have you always aspired to be an entrepreneur? Why or why not?
FB: Yes. I wanted to serve as a shining example to my daughters that they can do whatever they set their minds to.

LM: What’s the best part of being an entrepreneur?
FB: The best part about being an entrepreneur is the opportunity to control my social/financial reputations.

LM: What’s the worst part of being an entrepreneur?
FB: The extremely late nights/early mornings

LM: Where do you see your business in 3 years?
FB: Franchised Spas in several Markets

LM: What advice would you give a new entrepreneur?
FB: Hire trustworthy people around you, and learn something new every single day.

You can connect with Felicia here:
Touch of Neauxla