Renaissance  Massage LLC
Renaissance  Massage LLC

Renaissance Massage LLC

Offers remote services
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Offers remote services
Discounts available
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Introduction: Hailey Wachter, LMT graduated from Midwest Institute and became a Licensed Massage Therapist in April of 2021. In June of the same year she started working at a chiropractic office doing massage. Hailey is passionate about the benefits that can come from massage therapy and strives to help her client’s reach their desired goals when they come in for a massage, whether it is to ease tight muscles or simply to relax them. When Hailey decided she wanted to start her own business, she put a lot of consideration into the name of the business and what values she wanted the business to hold. Hailey knew that she wanted there to be a focus on how renewing massage can be and how it can make you feel refreshed. That is when the word “renaissance”. Renaissance is a French word meaning “rebirth”, which perfectly fits the image that Hailey felt she was trying to convey through her business. This was the birth of Renaissance Massage, a massage therapy business focused on “Renewal through touch.” Hailey has a goal of reaching people who need some form of renewal or rejuvenation, and being able to provide that through massage. Hailey has experience in clinical massage, which included working with chiropractors or other doctors to get a full scope of clients needs as well as working with them to create a treatment plan. This goes hand in hand with therapeutic massage which is what Hailey is most experienced in, this is when a specific area of concern is targeted to try and reach a specific goal. Hailey is trained and experienced in swedish/relaxation massage, which is a light pressure massage which is typically used for the calming physical/mental benefits.

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Serves Saint Charles, MO

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1 employee

1 year in business

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David B.
Apr 5, 2022

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I had a headache for 3 days, meds didn't help. She came to me and did her magic on my back and neck and in less than an hour my headache was gone. All I had to do is enjoy the rest of my massage, as it should be. You will feel the same way after your massage.
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Sara O.
Feb 25, 2022
I’ve been getting massages for years to help with the tension I get in my upper back from my job, so I feel confident in saying I won’t be scheduling my massages with anyone else now that I found Renaissance Massage! Hailey was able to get the knots out in my shoulders and help me relax! Best of all, she travels to you right now, so I got to take the best nap of my life after she left!!
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Kristi W.
Feb 25, 2022
I got my first deep tissue massage from Hailey and it hurt so good! I had knots in places I didn’t even know I had knots and Hailey got them out for me!

License Type: Massage Therapist (MO)

License verified on 2/27/2022

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Hailey Wachter


  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    My flat rates for massages are as follows: $45 for a 30 minute massage $80 for a 60 minute massage (Most Popular) $100 for a 90 minute massage. I offer a membership program for monthly 60 minute massages for only $70 NEW! Currently offering an “Essential Workers” Discount. With proof of employment at a school, hospital, or any other essential workplace, clients will receive an additional 10% off their massage.

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    When a new client schedules a massage, they will first fill out my intake form which covers current medical information, as well as a brief history. In the form there will also be questions specifically regarding the customer’s goals for the massage are. This information is typically collected online before the appointment takes place, which gives me the chance to review the information before talking with the client at the time of the appointment. At the first appointment, before the massage, I will sit down with my client and go over the intake form with them and ask any follow-up questions I have. We then also talk about how the massage will go, making sure they are aware of and comfortable with the process and give them the opportunity to ask any questions beforehand. This is also when I will let the client know the general treatment plan that I have put together for them. Communication with clients is big for me, but especially in the first appointment it is vital to me that I talk with my clients to make sure that they are comfortable, that the pressure is not too much or too little, and that I am focusing on the correct areas.

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    I studied at Midwest Institute in their massage therapy program, completed the state required clinic hours, and sat for and passed the MBLEx (Massage and Bodywork Licensing Examination), which is the national examination for massage therapists. I have also completed continuing education in deep tissue techniques.

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