Celebrating twenty years of whole wellness

On June 21 of this year, Pamella Lindley will celebrate the twentieth anniversary of her home based business.

Amanda Wentland receives treatment from Pamella Lindley

Amanda Wentland receives treatment from Pamella Lindley

On June 21 of this year, Pamella Lindley will celebrate the twentieth anniversary of her home based business, Essential Massage.

As a girl, Lindley suffered from health issues that doctors were just not able to manage well at that time. Her parents eventually sought help from natural healers,  leading Lindley into a world that became her lifestyle and as an adult, her career.

Pamella Lindley is a certified Human Services Worker specializing in mental health and stress management, offering her clients a whole wellness experience. She has vast knowledge in numerous types of massage including; Swedish relaxation, hot stone therapy and aroma therapy. She is fairly famous for her “Kick Butt Massage” for which clients say they are grateful for the ‘miraculous relief’ it provides. Lymph drainage, reflexology and reiki treatments are also included with the care she provides.

In January of  2013, Jenny Pateman suffered a fall and broke her back. She suffers from nerve damage  and says the care Lindley provides her is “unbelievable.” Pateman says she has had treatment from other therapists, “but Pam is the only one who can massage and relax me without hurting me.”

In other testimonials, clients boast about Lindley’s assistance in helping them to conceive children, loose weight and make them feel ‘like a million dollars.’

First timer, Tina Krause received a visit to Essential Massage for her birthday from a friend. “It was the single most relaxing beneficial thing I have ever experienced in my life,” said Krause, “she made me feel so relaxed, it was heavenly and I felt great for days after.”

For a feel good boost, Lindley offers day spa treatments including; body wraps and facials. She is also an independent distributor/whole body vibration consultant for Kwikfit4u, a whole body vibration platform that can help get you fit with just 10 minutes of use a day.

Kwikfit4u, www.kwikfit4u.com is a resistance machine that causes your body to have involuntary muscle contractions which result in the burning of calories, simulation of your blood and oxygen flow throughout your body.

Proven benefits include; better circulation, weight loss, reduction in back and arthritic pain, improvement in flexibility, mobility and balance.

If you are interested in the whole wellness experience, give Pamella, of Essential Massage a call 250-295-7980.

Congratulations on a successful 20 years Pamella ~ Cheers to you and to many more years of success.

 

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