Rhonda Mordecai


We promote positive self-image for children while teaching them the benefits of wellness and a healthy lifestyle.
“Children are our future and we need to invest into them."

Founder, Owner and Director at Sole'renity Spa, Inc.

Rhonda Mordecai is Founder, Owner and Director of Sole'renity Spa, Inc., a health and wellness venture including Sole’renity Spa and Little Soles Children’s Spa.  Rhonda provides wellness treatments within the Artesian Hotel in Sulphur, Oklahoma, located in the heart of Chickasaw Nation.  She specializes in the art of nail enhancements and reflexology with over 20 years of expertise in the Dallas-Ft. Worth and North Texas regions.  Rhonda’s favorite ways to relieve stress include prayer, meditation, soaking baths, exercise, and massage.  She is a passionate person with a devotion to God, serving others, the outdoors, and cheering her favorite athlete Tim Tebow and the faith he champions.

“I love children” Rhonda said, “having three of my own and now four grandchildren, they fueled my passion to open a children's spa when approached by the Chickasaw Nation.  Children are our future and we need to invest into them.  Little Soles Children’s Spa provides these little souls with an experience to learn, while having fun, in a peaceful setting.  We promote positive self-image for children while teaching them the benefits of wellness and a healthy lifestyle. Children are excited to visit our fun-filled, colorful, atmosphere while adults are relaxing in Sole’renity Spa.  We were recently highlighted by Better Homes and Gardens magazine. The article named us as one of the top ten family friendly spas in the United States!  It was an honor to be included in this prestigious listing.”

In addition to teaching children great lessons” Rhonda said, “we support the faith-based organization, Feed the Children. Their mission is to stamp out hunger because of poverty by providing food, water, health care and education.  I have personally witnessed Feed the Children semi-trucks traveling through Oklahoma to deliver to those in need. I know the stories of hardship and of poverty from my father as he grew up.  One in five children faces hunger in America and one in four children around the world suffers from chronic malnutrition that stunts their growth.  The biggest reason kids are hungry both in the United States and around the world is because of poverty.”


We promote positive self-image for children while teaching them the benefits of wellness and a healthy lifestyle.