Nurturing the outside ... Promoting healing on the inside
I grew up in Vermont and Connecticut, singing and dancing my life away as a kid!
(That's me ... last one on the right.)
I soon found myself on a cross-country adventure, driving to a new life in Southern California. The college experience for me left little room for my singing and dancing to continue. But, unable to release the music from my life, and after stumbling across some amazing singers, I joined the hobby, singing and dancing in a women's chorus called Harborlites. I later had the privilege of directing a men's chorus called South County Sound. The friendships formed still bring joy to all my days.
Vocationally, I am a licensed massage therapist, as well as a licensed nail technician. I have often heard it said that a career will find YOU, if you are open to allowing your passions to develop and to seeing where they will take you. And that is exactly what happened to me! When I learned that there is a specialized science devoted solely to the caring of the aging body, I knew I would soon be combining my health care career with my passion for our aging population.
The focus of my work is to restore compassionate and consistent human touch and meaningful interaction into the lives of those in assisted living and skilled nursing facilities, independent senior communities, and memory care residents through compassionate touch massage, companionship, and gentle nail care for their tender hands and feet.
I seek to elevate the human spirit through an attitude of great respect and service, nurturing my clients into joy-filled days.