Leslie Vullo joins Daylight Spa

Daylight Spa welcomes a new massage therapist to its business. Leslie Vullo, a graduate of CORE Institute of Massage Therapy in Tallahassee, joined the Daylight Spa team in October. Originally a native of Zephyrhills, Vullo and her family moved up to the Madison area after her husband, now a factory manager at Nestle Waters North America Bottling Plant, transferred to the Lee bottling plant. Vullo said she decided to go into Massage Therapy after her youngest son became school-aged, and as a former stay-at-home mother, she decided do go back to school and do something for herself. “My love language is touch; that’s how I communicate the best with people,” Vullo said. “I think it’s healing, and I like the idea of being able to make people feel better.” Vullo is specialized in Swedish massage; a technique with a primary goal to relax the entire body and has the eventual benefits of increased blood circulation, mental and physical relaxation, decreased stress and muscle tension and an improved range of motion. Along with Swedish massage, Vullo is proficient in Deep Tissue Massage Therapy; a similar technique to the Swedish Massage, but more focused on applying a deeper pressure that is beneficial to releasing chronic muscle tension, and Upper Extremities massage relating to the neck, shoulder, wrist and hand. “There’s not many [massage therapists] here,” said Vullo. “I want everyone to know that they don’t need to go to Valdosta anymore.”

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