Ryan Keep, Mobility Coach

I am not a therapist. I started out as a part time CrossFit coach while still active duty in the Air Force and still have a few years until I retire. Once I retire, I will obtain my certification for massage. My focus is on working with mobility and stability to help athletes move and perform better in their sport while pain free. I thoroughly enjoy working with athletes and their body mechanics to improve all functional movements but specifically enjoy working with the Olympic lifts.

Outside of working, I do enjoy a few other sports such as rock climbing, skydiving and recently began Jiu-Jitsu.

Tanya Crooks, cmt, NMT

Prior to a career in massage, I was in the Air Force Reserves for 6 years, and have a background working in the Social Services world. I graduated the National Holistic Institute of Massage Therapy in Sacramento, California and received my title of Certified Massage Therapist (Cert ID#72684). I am very science and logic minded. I love questioning everything and learning.

When I'm not with clients and going to school, I really enjoy taking road trips with my family, finding new food and coffee places, Crossfitting, rock climbing, laughing at funny animal videos, and being a homebody.



When my Mom injured her shoulder in a Boogie Boarding accident, she began seeing a Massage Therapist to help her, and she got great results with her pain and mobility.  That's how I was introduced to the world of massage Therapy, and after graduation High School I enrolled at the National Holistic Institute of Massage Therapy.  There I earned my Certificate of Massage Therapy (Cert ID#72789).  I love the science behind my work and challenging myself to figure out the root of someone's pain.  When I am not at work, I love being outside!  Hiking, swimming, rafting and boogie boarding are my favorite hobbies.  I also have a black belt in Kuk Sool Won, and when I'm at home I'm either reading or cuddling up with my dogs.