Tucker returns with Namaste Massage
Last updated 2/5/2009 at Noon
Having lost her Fallbrook residence in the 2007 firestorm, Jeanie Tucker, owner of Namaste Massage, has rebuilt her life and is calling the Friendly Village home once again.
“It was so hard to lose contact with my community and clients,” said Tucker, who had to relocate out of Fallbrook for a while. “Once I was able to work with my clients again, I noticed how massage therapy was helping me in my own healing process.”
Tucker believes Fallbrook is fortunate to have an ample amount of wonderful holistic healthcare professionals.
“We each have our own gift,” said Tucker, “and for me, I have a unique style that tunes into the body.” Her intuitive therapeutic work ranges from deep tissue massage to hot stone therapy.
Tucker’s purposeful massage goal is to offer a journey in feeling better emotionally, physically and spiritually.
Her repertoire of massages has helped athletes, cancer patients, car accident victims and frozen shoulder and fibromyalgia sufferers.
“I successfully treated Nicki Branch, the Seven Summits mountain climber who was featured all over the news,” said Tucker. “I was her massage therapist and helped keep her muscles stretched out by using deep tissue to alleviate any pain that she was experiencing in the climbs.”
Also an avid golfer and a member of the Pala Mesa golf team, Tucker has helped golfers who suffer from those after-game shoulder and low back pains.
“What I love most about my business is knowing how much massage has helped my clients,” Tucker said.
To learn more about Namaste Massage, ear coning, chair massage and outcalls to homes and businesses, call Tucker at (760) 645-3892 or (619) 602-1470 or visit http://www.namastemassage.blogspot.com.
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