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Massage therapist offers stress, pain relief

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Pam Grewal is a state certified massage therapist. She graduated from the Milan Institute in Clovis and has now opened her own business at 16930 Road 26 (Country Club Drive). She believes in massage therapy for the body, mind and spirit and offers a dozen different types of therapy for stress and pain relief.

“As a licensed therapeutic massage therapist, my goal is to assist in improving a client’s health and enhance their well-being,” said Grewal.

Grewal came to the United States from India when she was 13 years old. She attended Kerman schools and graduated from Kerman High School before attending Fresno City College and Fresno State University. She and her husband Guni have lived in Madera for almost 30 years. They have three grown children — Michael, Steven and Jevan — who live in the area.

For many years Pam Grewal has been supportive of the youth sports groups in Madera, including helping hundreds of kids in Little League, Babe Ruth and T-Ball. She was also a Punjabi interpreter for the state of California and the Indian community throughout the state for 28 years. She has been active in the American Cancer Society’s Madera Relay For Life for many years...


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