Zara Jeffrey graduated from San Diego State University in 2004, with a Bachelors of Arts in Dance. This field of study gave her a deeper awareness of the body and inspired her to look deeper into body modalities such as massage. Dance gave her a chance to explore the mind, body, spirit connection, and realize the importance in maintaining its balance to create overall wellness. As a dancer training many hours a day, Zara’s own body went through many physical challenges. Zara personally used massage to help her through achy muscles and several injuries.
She attended, Mueller College in 2010 for Massage Therapy and now works as Licensed Massage Therapist within San Diego. She has worked in medical type settings since 2010 with the San Diego Center for Health. She worked on a large variety of clients from professional athletes, dancers, and accident injury clients. It gave her confidence in her skills and her ability to patient the massage to the client’s needs. She has also worked at Via Sat Wellness Center, a medical facility within a large corporation in North County. All her clients here receive medically necessary massages, which has even expanded her knowledge further. Zara Is currently working at North Park Massage and building her own massage and yoga business in her San Diego community of North Park which she resides.
She is excited to now be part of The Nature’s Whispers Yoga Team as a Coordinator running her practice out of the healing space, and bringing her skills to the table! She does an Intuitive Massage incorporating both Eastern and Western Massage Modalities and listening to the needs of each individual client.
Here are a few styles she uses during a typical session: Swedish massage, Acupressure, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Shiatsu, Tui Na, and Cranial-Sacral Therapy.
For any questions about these services,
Please contact her at 619-249-0607 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Zeller, a CAMTC-certified massage therapist, began studying massage therapy in 2007 at The Swedish Institute in New York City. There she logged 1200 training hours and earned an associate degree in occupational studies. She and her husband moved to Southern California in 2008, and she has been practicing in the spa industry as well as health care settings since then.
Using aspects of both Eastern and Western modalities Emily provides a customized therapeutic massage to promote healing and balance in the body to treat many ailments such as tension headaches, migraines, thoracic outlet syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica and shin splints.
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