Staff

Gayle Zuber

Gayle Zuber


  •   Certified Massage Therapist (CMT)
  •   Geriatric Outreach Coordinator
  •   PLA#: MT20900146
  •   Member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP)
  •   Therapeutic Massage: Geriatric Massage, Oncology and Hospice Massage at Assisted Living Communities, Nursing Homes, Hospice Home and Home-Bound, Wellness & Deep Relaxation Massage, Prenatal Massage, Hot Stone Massage and Couples Massage

Gayle has been in practice at Vital Living since graduating from Center for Vital Living in 2001. Her welcoming smile, reassuring manner and nurturing touch create an immediate rapport with her clients. That and her expertise in Oncology and Hospice Massage make her a perfect match for individuals of all ages who have cancer or any other debilitating disease who need physical or emotional support or pain management. Stressed family members also find massage extremely beneficial. Senior citizens love her easy going sense of humor and feel right at home with her.

As our community outreach therapist, Gayle makes on-site visits three (3) different ways. She sees hospice patients in Allen and surrounding counties through Visiting Nurse and Hospice by request from the family or referral by the medical staff. Also, any resident living in Assisted Living Communities, a Nursing Home or any individual who is homebound can call Vital Living to request her on-site services on a self-pay basis. Lastly, Activity Directors of Assisted Living and Nursing Home facilities often coordinate massage services for residents on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis. If it isn’t offered for your loved one, let the Activity Director know that you believe massage for seniors is a valuable service. Studies have shown that lack of touch increases senility so nurturing touch is vital to quality of life.

Gayle also takes evening and occasional Saturday afternoon appointments at Vital Living WellSpa. She creates a healing sanctuary that invites you to let go and relax deeply. Gayle states, “I’ve experienced the transformative benefits of massage physically, emotionally and mentally with my clients of all ages and believe massage is an essential component in any quality health program as well as end of life care. It doesn’t hurt that it happens to be all natural and feels wonderful!”




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