Tammy Jones loves what she does—to help others improve their physical and emotional well-being while enhancing bodily awareness.
Tammy's passion for massage can be traced back to her early years, when she found personal satisfaction in soothing her dad's achy feet after a long day of work. "Making people feel better helps me to feel better as well," she selflessly says. Appropriately enough, it wasn't long before Tammy enrolled in the California Healing Arts College, where she completed her formal bodywork training.
Tammy believes that massage is an important and complimentary part of a person's health and well-being. Not only does she enjoy providing her clients with a bit of much needed downtime and helping them live stress-free, but she also explains that bodywork can enable a person to be in-tune with their physical self. "Massage is a very good starting point," she says, "because it will help to relax the muscles, take away pain and revitalize."
A comprehensive blend of bodywork modalities. During the session, Tammy simply asks her clients to relax and keep an open mind. "I am there to help them relax," she says.
Tammy also offers basic instructions for prolonging and enhancing the benefits of the session, including stretches and yoga moves. "When the massage is over," says Tammy, "the results are not." Her tips: Drink plenty of water to remove toxins from the body, and reflect back on the pampering you just received.
CAMTC license #8873
California Massage Therapy Council, (United States)
California Healing Arts College