Tiffany Labrada


Tiffany Labrada

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Tiffany Labrada has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for the past 11 years. She is goal-oriented and works hard to make her business, Tranquility Spa & Salon, a success. “I know what I like and want. And I do what I need to, to get it accomplished,” she says.

Tiffany and Abraham with their boys, Maximus and Zacarias, during their first professional photo shoot last Easter. (Photo by Amber Fenix Photography)

Tiffany and Abraham with their boys, Maximus and Zacarias, during their first professional photo shoot last Easter. (Photo by Amber Fenix Photography)

At the end of the day, family is the most important thing to Tiffany Labrada. Becoming a mother to 3-year- old Maximus and 2-year-old Zacarias has given her more joy and happiness than she could ever imagine. “My children are a gift from God that I never expected but always desired. My husband, Abraham, and I waited a long time for God to bless us with our children,” Tiffany says. “We always kept our faith in knowing God would give us our babies in His time. But when He did, our lives just began! Life has not stopped one minute since having our precious children but we wouldn’t ask for it any other way.” Watching them grow and learn is Tiffany’s greatest blessing in life.

Throughout her life, Tiffany has tried her best at everything she does, whether personally or professionally. Because of her love of God, “When life gets too hard to stand ... kneel” is her favorite life quote. She interprets that quote to mean, “people should lean on Him, and
let Him be in control!”

Believing that everyone needs to be pampered every now and then, Tiffany feels very thankful that she has been able to expand her career throughout the years and increase her ability to help others. She explains, “I started my business inside a hair salon then branched out on my own for a few years before expanding my business by adding and conjoining the spa with my own salon. I added six more individuals to my staff that I would not change for the world. I love the people I work with. Each one brings something unique to my establishment.” Working hard to get to where she is today, Tiffany is very content with all of her accomplishments. “I am constantly expanding my staff, staff’s abilities, and location. My goal will always be to improve myself, my business, and staff members for a better life.”


The Way Trish Mitchell sees her

Tiffany is the type of superwoman we all want to be. She is not only a wife and mother to two precious boys, but she is also a hardworking business woman. As the owner of Tranquility Spa & Salon, she puts in long hours needed to run a successful business, all while still taking exceptional care of her massage clients.

In the two years I’ve worked with Tiffany, I’ve learned there is nothing she would not do for her employees. She is always there to celebrate our highs and to offer a listening ear during our lows. She is kind and generous to a fault, always putting the needs of others before herself. She is always lifting up other women and wants to see us succeed, both professionally and personally.


What is something unique about you that most people would not know?
“I like to eat my French fries in threes.”

If you could have dinner with one person, famous or not, living or dead, real or fictional, with whom would it be?

“I would like to have dinner with my grandmother. I was 11 years old when she passed away. At that time, I didn’t really understand what was going on as she was the first person close to me who had passed away. I remember thinking that she was just going to show back up one day. I would love the opportunity to let her know how my life has gone and let her see where I am today. I would love to give her a hug and a kiss again.”

If you could travel to space, and it was free, would you go?
“No, I have no desire at all to go to outer space.”

What music do you listen to in your vehicle?
“Usually I like a quiet car ride home. From listening to spa music for eight hours in my day, I am ready to have silence for a quick minute before I pick up my kids from day care.”

What did you imagine yourself being when you were growing up? “I was always intrigued by the field of forensic pathology.”

What is the last gift you gave someone?
“I recently gave a basket full of home décor to my sister because I have not seen her in a while and wanted her to know how much I love her and think of her.”

What is your favorite meal that you order regularly at a local establishment?
“Pizza with a side of alfredo sauce from Joe’s!”