I love going to the gym, yoga, hiking, snowshoeing and camping. Nothing brings me more peace than being outside in nature, but I also really enjoy staying in to watch a movie, reading, knit/crochet or just having a lazy Sunday.
My first desire to help others developed after I endured several hip surgeries, the subsequent recoveries, and the need to have to relearn how to walk three times. I wanted to help people who were also struggling through recovery as well as having issues with their body not doing what they wanted to do. After finishing my undergrad degree, I became a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) certified personal trainer and gained an extra certification as a NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES). Through this continued training, my passion for finding the root cause of my client’s injuries or muscular imbalances grew – I wanted to continue to help improve the quality of life at a higher level. It was shortly after this I decided to attend Chiropractic school to further my education. Through my schooling, as well as various other seminars during school, I was able to fill my tool box with a variety of different adjusting techniques.