She started first with a chiropractor’s office in Las Vegas and working on accident injury patients. She has been serving clients in Alamo since moving here with her family in 2010.
Her clients range from high school kids with sports injuries, clear to folks in their seventies and eighties.
“It’s for anybody,” Lytle said. “It’s really really healthy. It helps your immune system. It increases your circulation system.”
She added that massage therapy is a good method of pain management for people who have chronic conditions.
Though Lytle is busy with a young family, she still makes time for clients to help them achieve and maintain good health. “I like helping people,” she said. “That’s why I went in to it.”