After working in the high-tech arena for 20 years, Sharon Gibson gave up her executive position at PacBell to pursue her dream of business ownership. With that goal in mind, Sharon went back to school and became a certified massage therapist. That was nearly 20 years
ago, and she has no regrets.
Sharon has always wanted to help people live a better and more fulfilled life, and she knew that massage therapy was an excellent way to provide that assistance.
Sharon established her early business by treating seniors at the Lolly Hansen Senior Center here in Tracy. One of the unexpected things Sharon learned was "She has a real gift working with seniors. She is able to put them at ease even before she begins the therapy session," according to Reyes Garcia, a seven-year client. Now, Sharon owns a successful massage studio on A Street in Tracy, California. She has 19+ years of experience providing therapy and healing through touch. She works with several chiropractors, orthopedic doctors, and neurologists. She also has ten years of experience working with a physical therapist at the Tracy Occupational Medical Center. Sharon works with all age groups and provides relief for strained muscles, sore necks, and overworked backs. Tracy residents and those in the surrounding area have benefited from her "healing touch" for over 19 years. Sharon continues to develop her skills by taking new classes and workshops, ensuring that she remains on the cutting edge of massage therapy.
Sharon's mission is to resolve her clients' pain and strain from past and present stress and injuries with healing hands, bringing them good health today and into the future.
Sharon is a past leader of Tracy Leadfinders and BNI. Helping Hands for Health has been voted "Best of Tracy" by the readers of the Tracy Press twelve years running. Sharon wants to thank all of her clients for voting, and she is looking forward to serving them in the future.
Meet Jovita Multanen:
Born and educated Philippines, Jovita worked as a
Radiologist Technician in hospitals and clinics throughout the area. Later she
moved to Dubai, U.A.E. and worked as a receptionist and sales representative to
provide a better life for her family in the Philippines. On a visit home, just
prior to her marriage, she had a follow-up eye surgery that was unsuccessful
and left her blind. Despite her disabilities and the many changes in her life,
Jovita went back to college, first at San Joaquin Delta College and then she transferred
to Western Career College where she earned her certification in massage therapy.
Her inspirational story can be read at, http://lifemoveson.netfirms.com