Sarrah Zura, LMT and Medical Massage Therapist
We are excited to introduce you to Sarrah Zura. Sarrah comes to us with immense experience as a Massage Therapist. A kind and compassionate woman, she has decided to place her knowledge and talent in the service of others. She wants to help relieve chronic accidental or stress-induced pain and to restore and heighten your energy. She attended massage school at Asheville Buncombe Technical School located in North Carolina. Sarrah blends Eastern and Western techniques in her massage: Medical Pre-Op and Post-Op Preventive Massage, Sports Massage, Kinesiology, Stretch, Cranial Sacral, Trigger Point, Reflexology, Prenatal, Geriatric, Rock Blades, Bamboo, Hot Stones, Cupping, Himalayan Stones, Aromatherapy, Body Wraps, Scrubs, Scalp Massage, Neuromuscular, Deep Tissue, and Swedish Massage. Her goal is to help people live better lives by utilizing the healing benefits of massage. Her passion is to help people inside and out. She believes self-care is a MUST in today’s busy world. Sarrah is a mother of five and knows all about balancing a family with today’s lifestyle. Regular bodywork through massage is the key to living up to your fullest potential. Massage can be beneficial to everyone when applied in the correct manner by a caring, knowledgeable therapist. She brings all that to the table, combining several modalities into one very unique style designed to get the best therapeutic result to fit the client’s needs. She is well versed in Prenatal Massage and Lymphatic Massage as well. She is considered a Medical Massage Therapist. Sarrah has spent years working in various types of massage environments. She has worked with the Professional Jaguar Football team, Clemson University football team, and Nascar. Sarrah has also worked for Sherman Chiropractic College where she had the opportunity to manage patients and massage. At one point Sarrah owned her own Massage Clinic, she understands listening to patients and understanding their needs is a huge part of being a massage therapist.