Talk Of The Town


"I recently got my hair cut and colored at Epiphany and I can't even begin to tell you how much I loved the experience. It was first class all the way from the greeting, then I got a tour of the spa and salon, and then introduced to my stylist. She then a consultation which I loved. It was very detailed and she asked questions about my hair that I never would have thought of, like would i like my hair color to whisper, talk, or scream? It has been a while since I have loved my hair. I would highly recommend visiting the salon!"

"I went for an entire day with 3 friends for facials, massages, manicures and pedicures. The staff was amazing - the facial was the best thing I had ever had in my life! By far the best we've ever been to and I would HIGHLY recommend it!"


Meet Our Team

Genia Church is a multi-cultural hairstylist with over 18 years of experience in the beauty industry. She is the Co-Owner and Creative Director of Epiphany Salon and Day Spa.  Under Genia’s leadership, Epiphany has won numerous awards such as FOX 61's Hot Picks in the City "Best Salon and Day Spa and "Best Nail Salon" for consecutive years.   Genia was also recognized with Urban League of Chattanooga’s "Women Owned Business of the Year" award and named as a "Top 20 Young Professional" by The Chattanooga Times Free Press.

Genia wears multiple hats within the beauty industry.  She travels the country sharing her passion for the industry as a National Guest Artist for Schwarzkopf Professional (One of the top 3 haircolor companies in the world) and serves as an Advisory Board member for Virginia College.  Her desire is to see all stylists reach outside their comfort zones and take their career and businesses to new heights.  For this reason, she has developed a curriculum to encourage hair stylists nationally and globally to "Embrace Texture."  Her “Embrace Texture” program teaches cutting, coloring and styling techniques for ethnic hair to alleviate fears when stylists are working with different hair textures or fabrics. 

When Genia isn't working behind the chair, educating stylists across the country, her work can be seen at New York Fashion Week for top fashion designers Betsey Johnson, Alice and Olivia and Parkchoonmoo.  Genia has also been the Lead Hairstylist for Chattanooga Times Free Press Formal Affair Fashion Show for four consecutive years. She and her salon team are the most requested for hair and makeup services for local Celebrities and Charity Galas and fashion shows.  She is a "Go To" celebrity stylist whose work can be seen on the red carpets at the American Music Awards and Billboard Music Awards, where she has created hair styles for such notable celebrities as Lance Bass, Austin Mahone, Laura Marano, Jeannie Mai, Anita Patrickson and America's Next Top Model Eugena Washington and many others.   She has worked along side celebrity hairstylists Larry Sims (Lupita N'yongo, Victoria Beckham, Gabrielle Union, Mary J. Blige) and Kim Vo (Kate Hudson, Brittany Spears, Goldie Hawn, Pamela Anderson) as well as Michael Dueñas (Lady Gaga, Mariah Carey, Paula Abdul, Tatum Manning) learning tricks of the trade from some of the best in the industry. 

In addition, Genia’s editorial work has been published in various magazines, and she has done print work and commercials with the prominent advertising agency The Johnson Group for national brands such as Pet Milk and US Express.  Genia also works as a freelance hairstylist for Dick Clark Productions in Los Angeles, California and major beauty care brands Got2b, Smooth N Shine and Go Pro Curls by Larry Sims. 

Inspiring others is the cornerstone of Genia’s leadership style, and her career accomplishments are an inspiration to the professionals and students she mentors.   She credits her achievements to God, a supportive family, her Schwarzkopf Professional family, and her commitment to continuing education and being a versatile hairstylist embracing all hair textures.


Beth began her career in hair design after graduating high school. At age 21, her work was published in "Sophisticate Hair" Magazine. Her work has since been featured on Fox 61's "I Do" wedding show, and also on the cover of "Premier Bride" Magazine. Beth received training from industry icon, Sherman Kendall, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is certified in Schwarzkopf hair color and specializes in men's hair design. As co-owner of Epiphany Salon and Day Spa,Beth enjoys teaching and educating stylists at Epiphany.

Since Victoria Kenyon graduated from a Paul Mitchell school in 2010 she has continued her education in the beauty industry taking specialized classes in New York City, Las Vegas, Baltimore, and Ocean City Maryland for professional make-up, cutting, ombré, and esthetics. She gains inspiration by attending trade shows and following the latest fashion trends. She specializes in men and women's hair design. Her expertise is in Bridal hair design, Balayage, and airbrush makeup. Her work has been published in the Washingtonian.

Sayfonh Toyphommalath is a seasoned hair stylist and nail technician.  Her artistic vision and impeccable attention to detail allow her to create styles that individualize each client.  Sayfonh works to perfect her own innovative techniques an to push the boundaries of hair and nails by continuing to improve her skills through extensive training and education. She keeps up with the latest techniques and trends as they appear on the fashion scene.  You can see her work in fashion shows and photo shoots. She also enjoys creating styles for special occasions and weddings.        


Michael Bone is a multicultural hair stylist specializing in hair cutting and dimensional color.  He has over 10 years experience in the fashion and beauty industries.  He received his technical degree from Chattanooga State and has also trained in Chicago, Atlanta and Alabama.  His work has been featured in Chatter Magazine, the Chattanooga Times Free Press, and he has appeared on the "This and That" television show.  Michael prides himself by offing his clients superb customer service and an excellent salon experience.