Treasure Valley Rossiter began in January 2015 inside a small CrossFit gym in Meridian, Idaho.

The Rossiter System is an incredible technique. At Treasure Valley Rossiter we are constantly learning new skills in fascia manipulation. The Rossiter System wins the race by far when it comes to removing pain and restoring mobility. Treasure Valley Rossiter keeps its small town feel with the deep care that our practitioners provide.  We truly love what we do, and we truly care for each and every person that walks into the door.

There is nothing more incredible than helping people get their lives back. Our clients range from grandparents wanting to be able to play more with their grandbabies, to determined athletes looking to increase their performance. With Treasure Valley Rossiter people find that they can do so much. Live better lives and excel with lowered risk of injury. We know this makes everyone happy campers, how could it not?

Spreading love, and truly caring about others always wins. When our clients come in, we are focused on their source of discomfort, and how we can get them back to comfort as quickly as possible with the longest lasting relief.

We hope to see you soon to help you on your journey back to a happy life.



Josh Franklin

Josh loves everything about sports and has played many, especially baseball and basketball. He has a BS in Exercise Physiology that includes aspects of physical therapy and sports medicine. After obtaining his degree Josh became a Certified Personal Trainer through NASM and Certified Exercise Physiologist through ACSM. He has always wanted to be in the medical field to help people live their best life. Becoming a Rossiter Coach was the perfect way to help people become their best selves by reducing pain and helping people restore their range of motion.


Kiley Alvarez

Kiley was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. She graduated from USU in 2018 with a BS in Human Movement Science. She also graduated from BSU with a Master of Kinesiology in 2020. Kiley enjoys participating in triathlons and long-distance racing. Receiving Rossiter allows her body the space it needs to train, prepare, and perform at its highest capacity. Kiley has a very gentle approach to health and wellness and believes that the first step to change is a healthy dose of self-love.


Hannah Hopson

Hannah is a born and raised mountain girl from Idaho. She likes anything that takes her outdoors: hiking, paddle boarding, camping, you name it! Her medical interest stemmed from doing sports medicine throughout high school. She loved it so much she went on to become a Licensed Medical Assistant. Since then, Hannah has been actively helping people to live happier and healthier lives. She has experienced both immobility and chronic pain, and is here to help you live pain-free through the Rossiter System.


Whitney Collum

Whitney is a Montana girl transplanted to Boise. She holds a BS with honors in Health & Human Performance with an emphasis on Health & Wellness and Exercise Physiology along with 15 years of experience in nursing. Whitney is also a Certified Group Exercise Instructor, Certified Human Movement Specialist, and Certified Trigger Point Specialist. Becoming a Rossiter Coach has been so rewarding and exciting for her. Her passion is helping people feel better and stronger so they can enjoy their life to the fullest!


Tami Hall

Tami comes from a background in education and spent many years as a teacher and professional development trainer. She discovered Rossiter years ago after being referred by a local chiropractor. Rossiter transformed her life not only physically but emotionally and has helped her to enjoy an injury-free lifestyle centered on running, Crossfit, and yoga. Tami has also observed the benefits of Rossiter in friends and family members and looks forward to helping you live a more active, pain-free life.


Avery Lampe

Avery is originally from California and has lived in the Boise area since 2011. She received her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Boise State University, then went on to receive a Physical Therapist Assistant associate’s degree from Carrington College. She grew up playing competitive soccer and continued to play through college. She currently enjoys playing a variety of intramural sports. Avery discovered Rossiter in 2019. Rossiter has helped her overcome chronic pain from past injuries and has helped her to understand her body’s specific needs in order to move and perform properly pain free. Avery’s passion is to help others gain a better understanding of their body so that they can achieve an active and pain free lifestyle.


Ellen Brisson

Ellen’s athletic journey began in high school on two swim teams. Learning new techniques and practicing them lap after lap was a great exercise in discipline. She enjoyed the commitment and hard work that had come with these athletic endeavors. When she learned about functional fitness training and CrossFit a few years down the road, she was naturally intrigued. After one CrossFit class she was hooked. Just like most people who try CrossFit, Ellen loved to feel her mind, body, and spirit strengthen from the intense exercise that it offers.

Ellen has always known she was going to help people in one way or another. Through the journey of trying to find her passion, she got her 200 hour yoga teacher certification, studied functional fitness and fought wildfires. When her dad got in two horrific accidents back-to-back she desperately wanted to help. As fate would have it her dad found Rossiter and after a swift pain free recovery due to Rossiter he let Ellen know of this amazing technique. Clearly seeing the benefits of how the Rossiter technique can help people Ellen now knew she had found her passion. As a Rossiter coach she is now helping people enjoy their lives pain free once again.