Hailie is a Victoria local and enjoys all aspects of island life. You will likely find her exploring new hiking trails, coffee shops, or late night comedy shows.
Before pursuing a career in massage therapy, Hailie obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Justice Studies, minoring in Criminal Justice and Immigration Law. Wanting to serve others, Hailie ultimately discovered her capacity to make a positive impact by using therapeutic massage to assist the individuals in her community be better!
Growing up, Hailie played competitive sports. All of them! Running track was her greatest passion, hurdles especially. “Perseverance” and “Intensity” were the two most common descriptors others used to describe Hailie. She was voted “Most Likely Superhero” by her graduating class. But, when injuries put a stop to her athletics, her identity was shattered. Luckily, nineteen-year-old Hailie pushed her pride aside, put in the work, and rehabilitated her injuries (shin splints, tibia stress fractures, collapsed arches, up-slipped pelvis, and functional scoliosis). Today, Hailie is active daily and continues to push her abilities.
Hailie has the utmost respect for those who risk their lives for others and welcomes veterans, first responders, and their families to take a moment to care for themselves. Hailie has experience working with amputees and is keen to learn how to better support these individuals.
You do not need to trade your health for success or for any other reason! Book an appointment with Hailie, and she will assist you in reaching your optimal capacity.
“Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” – Aristotle
- Tuesdays & Wednesdays 2:00pm – 8:30pm
- Thursdays & Fridays 7:45am – 2:00pm
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