I should introduce myself!

Hi, I’m Mary Curry and I live in Anchorage, Alaska with my kids, 3 crazy bunnies, a sweet chonky hamster, and a wonderful boyfriend. I grew up in Makaha and Honolulu Hawaii and then later moved to Alaska when I was a teenager. 

When I was younger I wanted to be a famous singer. I entered all of my high school’s talent shows and auditioned for American Idol, America’s Got Talent, and a talent show in California called the Best New Talent Awards. Nothing really came of my singing, but then, it’s so hard to break into when you’re a full-time mom and have a job. I’ve made my peace with never becoming famous, but I still do sing occasionally. I love to hit the karaoke bars and belt out a few tunes, or sometimes karaoke contests. One day I will get enough courage to audition for a play or a singing group. For now, I sing in the house, and the shower, and annoy my kids by reaching the highest notes and playing ukulele. I come from a family of nurses and so healing and caring for others has always come very natural to me. A few years ago I was a Certified Nursing Aid and loved my job. However, a terrible car accident put me out of works for over a year. I contemplated going back to being a CNA, but it was depressing at times because I would get so sad over losing clients, and my leg wasn’t the best anymore. I couldn’t stand for long periods of time. So one day, while I was out at a park trying to walk to help my leg heal, I saw a car with Massage Therapy School printed on it and said that’s it! I can still heal people and have a career!

So I became a massage therapist in 2014 and worked at a spa for 8 years. While working at the spa, I fell in love with skincare and from what I was learning and decided to enroll in Esthetics school in 2019. After graduation, the pandemic hit, so I wasn’t able to practice much. I did find a few models and my kids were great at practicing on, but by 2021, after being called back to the spa to work, I decided I want to try my own thing. So, I ventured out on my own and decided to make it work.

I moved into a cute little spot off of 88th Avenue and called it Nani Ahe Esthetics which is Hawaiian and means “Beautiful Gentle Breeze”. I met some wonderful people and really honed in on my new skills. Then, a year later, I moved again. I felt the space just wasn’t what I needed. 

And that brings us to the present. I changed my business name to Sea Breeze Beauty because I wanted it to truly represent my love for the ocean and beach, not just Hawaii. It’s also a little easier to pronounce. I have many wonderful things planned for the future. One of which involves teaching some classes for couples and other estheticians.

I hope you’ll book a service with me soon. Until then, a hui hou kakou (until we meet again).


- A day or two before your services, you will be sent a text link. This link will send you to a page that has forms for you to fill out. Please fill them out, as they help me learn more about your skincare and body care needs.


- Plan to arrive at your appointment a few minutes early. This ensures you have enough time to use the restroom, have a consultation with me and undress if you need to. 

- Please arrive on time. If you are going to be more than 10 minutes late, please call or text me at

907-802-0494. Please don't message me on social media, as I don't often check my messages at the last minute. If you are late and I have a client right after your scheduled time, I won't be able to accommodate them, so you will have to reschedule and possibly face a cancellation fee. 

- When making an appointment, you will be asked to put in your credit card information. This is just to hold your card. You will not be charged anything.


- I have a 48 hour cancellation fee. If you don't cancel within that time frame, you will be charged 75% of your service. If you don't show up, it will be 100%.

- I ask that during massages and facials you keep your phone off or muted. This is your personal relaxation time as well as my professional time to provide you with an excellent service.

- I absolutely love children. I have 3 of my own. But, please do not bring children with you to your appointment. 

- Teens can have certain services like massages or facials, but they must be 12 years or older. 

- If there is a day or time you need to book that's outside of my usual office hours, please ask me through text/phone call or social media. I might be able to help you out.


- I accept Cash, Credit Cards, Bank Cards, Venmo, PayPal, and Cash App. I also accept Gift Card Cafe gift cards and will honor any previously purchased Square gift cards.

- Packages must be used within 12 months of purchase.

- Lastly, I believe everyone should be treated with the utmost kindness and respect no matter skin color, sexual identity, preference, religious beliefs, etc.

- Gift cards and e-Gift cards expire within one year of purchase.