Carlie obtained her Washington State Massage Therapy License from Cortiva Institute with honors in 2017. Having an appreciation for Human Anatomy and a passion for helping others, she decided to work in the Massage Therapy field where she gained clinical experience. Her work experiences led to her interest to focus on medical work with acute and chronic illnesses and injuries. Carlie has learned efficient techniques and has been trained in Swedish, Deep Tissue, cupping, hydrotherapy, myofascial release, and trigger point therapy. These techniques have been performed on athletes, post-surgery patients, and individuals with musculoskeletal injuries. She’s also found herself successful in helping patients suffering from migraines and headaches.
Her focus is to always listen to her patient’s needs and work with them closely to provide a comfortable space for relaxation and healing. She can design a massage program to help patients not only relax but also ultimately assist in pain management, rehabilitation, and injury prevention. She is thrilled to be working in a medical-based massage environment at One Health where she utilizes her skills to help facilitate the healing process through massage therapy.