Long before Pamela received her training in massage therapy, she carried around an atlas of human anatomy; her fascination with the connections between mind-body-spirit led her to the field of healing. As someone who has benefitted from quality body work, Pam finds professional fulfillment in helping others move with more ease and less pain. She especially appreciates the moments when patients are able to make connections—either verbally or physically—that will have a lasting effect on their wellbeing.
The joy I get from my work is deep and peaceful.
she says. One of her greatest pleasures is immersing herself in other cultures, experiencing how others live—and laugh. (Israel and Japan are two of her favorite places.) She also looks forward to visits with her family in Wyoming, where she grew up; there, getting involved in a hands-on project, like weeding or creating an outdoor sitting area, can be such a salve to city life.