Jennifer grew up in Saskatoon competing nationally in the sports of biathlon and rowing. She attended the University of Saskatchewan, graduating from the College of Kinesiology with great distinction in 2014, and the School of Physical Therapy in 2017 with her Masters of Physical Therapy. Jennifer is passionate about helping all people achieve their movement goals, incorporating rehabilitation, strength & conditioning, and functional movement. She is also passionate about learning and lifelong education. She has been studying Connect Therapy & the Thoracic Ring Approach, a model designed to determine each client's pain driver, and will complete the course in the summer of 2022. Moving forward, Jennifer is eager to continue to develop her skills in the areas of medical sport coverage, dry needling, and pursue her Sport Physiotherapy designation. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, walking, spending time at her cabin up north, and hanging out with her husband and 2 cats.