Torrance, CA -- These days people have a lot to be nervous about. They are returning to in-person work, storms are raging, children are starting or returning to schools and there are new virus variants. One woman is on a mission to help those who are anxious to relax, stay calm, and feel good. Her name is Jarnette Brownlee, and she has a growing business giving people massages that help them to destress and feel better.
Jarnette has been in practice for about seven years now. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from California State University Northridge, followed by a specialty certification from Southern California Health Institute, and keeps pursuing education on therapeutic modalities and holistic healing. She works at a multi-service wellness center, gives massages at her own home, and also will travel to client’s homes. Her business is aptly named Healing is What I’m Giving, and she truly enjoys helping people and seeing them unwind.
Jarnette is trained in many different styles of therapeutic massage and when customers first come in, they can ask for something specific. More often Jarnette will recommend what’s best.
“I want people to feel safe and trust me. I keep the lines of communication open,” Jarnette says, “I don’t just do a massage, I actually care! I feel I am humble and welcoming too.”
Jarnette is proud to inspire health promotion, relaxation, and rejuvenation and she looks forward to having an impact on even more lives as her business grows.
For more information about Jarnette and her business, please visit https://healingiswhatimgiving.com