Growing up in Golden, Kierra has always loved the outdoors and being active. If she is not in Golden working and playing in the mountains, she is traveling to experience new places and cultures.

After having a hip operation in 2003 and again in 2012 and recovering from an early life of chronic pain, she has learned the importance of being active, seeking out rehabilitation and being proactive in life and health. These experiences are what led her into the field of Massage Therapy and further into Osteopathic Manual Therapy to help others in pain.

Kierra completed her board exams becoming a Registered Massage Therapist in 2009. Since then she has worked in a multitude of clinics and lodges both in Canada and Internationally working on a range of clientele from pregnancy and infants,  to post surgical, business and athletes. She enjoys the challenge that each and every patient presents with and the complexities and adaptations we overcome.

Working as a Massage Therapist for over ten years created an eagerness to learn more about the physical interaction between the body, mind and emotions and led her to apply to the Canadian College of Osteopathy. She successfully completed all five years of schooling at both the Swiss International College of Osteopathy based in Switzerland and the Canadian College of Osteopathy based in Vancouver, and completed her thesis titled “Effect of Global Osteopathic Techniques with a Comprehensive Meningeal Approach on Post- Concussion Syndrome” in May of 2021 with distinction. She won the William Garner Sutherland award for the most representative thesis for the advancement of Osteopathy in the field of Clinical Research.