Christine Hays


After my studies, I decided to take a break and spend a month in Jamaica. That one month in Jamaica led to 10 years!
I have never dreamt that I would go from a ballerina to globe-trotting...a big difference from a career as a physical therapist for injured dancers.

Chief Energy Officer, Eastern Vibration

Christine Hays serves as Chief Energy Officer for the company she started with her son, Eastern Vibration. After relocating to Nepal to source out products for their company, they were caught in the country’s devastating earthquake which led them to begin relief work. Christine and her son have since returned to the United States, but continue work in Nepal to offer as much assistance as possible.

“I was a classical ballet dancer knowing that dancing professionally is not a life-long career and I decided to become a physical therapist and work with injured dancers. After graduating from the program, I realized that my favorite part of studying physical therapy was the massage module, which was covered in the program for about one week, which led me to pursue a course in massage therapy.

After my studies, I decided to take a break and spend a month in Jamaica. That one month in Jamaica led to 10 years! I met women on the beach providing aloe vera rubs to sunburnt tourists and decided to educate them on anatomy and how to provide a professional massage. I registered a company "Tropical Touch" providing a service to the hotels. This was in the late 1980's and there were not spas on the island at the time. I was approached by a hotelier who was building an all-inclusive resort in the area that I was living (Negril) and asked me if I could consult for them and set up the sports complex with therapy suites provided training and offered a small menu of services.

I have never dreamt that I would go from a ballerina to a vice president of spas for a luxury hotel group in India to now an entrepreneur. A big difference from becoming a physical therapist for injured dancers. When the opportunities arose, I had to make the decisions whether to move on or stay in my comfort zone. I chose to have life changing experiences, and I went with the natural flows and rhythms of where I landed in life. None of this was ever planned.”  


After my studies, I decided to take a break and spend a month in Jamaica. That one month in Jamaica led to 10 years!