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Lovelyn Joy is the owner and founder of Touch of Love Wellness. She has over eighteen years of experience in the spa and health field, holding a dual license in Massage and Aesthetics. Lovelyn graduated from the National Holistic Institute concentrating in Massage Therapy and Health Educator and San Francisco Institute of Esthetics and Cosmetology for Aesthetics. After having her daughter, she was inspired by her experience to study birth and postpartum Doula and so, she trained with Roots of Labor Birth Collective in Oakland. She also graduated with an AS in Science from Laney College and an AS in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training from Diablo Valley College. She is currently studying Health Care Management and Traditional Chinese Medicine, with an emphasis on sports medicine, herbalism, pre and postnatal care, pain management, and detox. Lovelyn continues to take advanced education to perfect and learn new skills in the beauty and health field. Lovelyn is certified in different modalities of massage and skincare and customizes her treatment for each client's needs. She can also perform full body hair removal, lashes, as well as other beauty and body treatments. She has studied also to become a yoga instructor and pre and postnatal fitness coach, including one on one pad work with kickboxing. 

Lovelyn's passion for holistic wellness transpires through her touch. This allows her clients to feel at ease and relieved from pain while receiving healing and energy work.


During Lovelyn's spare time, she enjoys spending it with her family and friends. She enjoys mixed martial arts, dance class, roller skating, and staying active. In 2021, she transitioned into becoming a vegan and alkaline lifestyle. It's a work in progress as it's not easy, so she's back to being a pescatarian and hoping to get back into a plant-based diet. She's also on a spiritual path to building her relationship with God at Shiloh Church in Oakland and Crossroads Grace Community Church. When she's not at Touch of Love Wellness, she is at school, doing other independent contract work, or working as a credit and business funding agent at United Wealth Education. All the while, homeschooling and being a mother to her nine-year-old daughter.

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