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Treasure Valley Rossiter Team

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 you come in as a client, together we focus on the source of your discomfort. We get you back to comfort quickly and with lasting relief.

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



Kindra Lundie

Kindra spends her days off immersed in nature, hiking, camping, and exploring hot springs. She’s a part-time farmer at Dry Creek Ranch and a dedicated RYT 200 yoga practitioner, often found both practicing and teaching at Hollywood Market Yoga. Currently, she is studying botanical medicine.

Her passion for deepening the mind-body connection is evident, and she’s excited to help others explore their own. An interesting fact about Kindra is that she has been playing the guitar since she was eight and possesses a surprisingly big, soulful voice that belies her petite frame.

When you attend a Rossiter session with Kindra, expect to leave feeling more grounded and spacious in your body. Join her and experience the transformative power of a space held by someone who truly cares.

Kendra Cooper

Hi, I'm Kendra. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Vascular Ultrasound from Oregon Institute of Technology and have extensive experience in healthcare, both professionally and as a patient. This unique perspective fueled my passion for effective pain management. Initially a client seeking relief from plantar fasciitis, I found traditional methods like physical therapy and dry needling ineffective. My breakthrough came with Rossiter coaching, where after just one session, I walked pain-free for the first time in years. Now, pain-free, I enjoy walks with my family and stand-up paddleboarding. As a Rossiter coach, my goal is to help others achieve the same freedom from pain, ensuring a safe, respected, and empathetic environment for all my clients.


Outside of work, I cherish family time, gardening, and fermenting foods. I’m particularly proud of a peach tree I grew from seed and enjoy crafting homemade sourdough, kombucha, and sauerkraut. I’m married with two adult children, and we love our family gatherings.


Danielle Pineo

Danielle's journey towards holistic health was strengthened after years of battling unknown silicone and mold poisoning. Through her experiences, she learned the importance of advocating for oneself and finding what works best for personal healing journeys. With a passion for helping others, becoming a rossiter coach felt like a perfect fit for this next chapter of her life.

Outside of work and volunteering, Danielle cherishes spending time with her family. Happily married to her best friend for 7 years, they have two beautiful "free range children" who bring joy and laughter into their lives.

In her free time, you’ll often find Danielle indulging in her love for rocks, reading, fishing (catch and release of course), road trips, and all things outdoors. She finds solace in relaxing in a hammock surrounded by the beauty of the natural world.

Danielle is excited to connect with, and support others, on their healing journey of self-improvement.

Mikayla "Mik" Ryan

Hey there, I’m Mikayla! I’m a midwestern girl, raised in Illinois. Despite not having a Chicago accent, I do say “ope” an unreasonable amount of times and love a good italian beef sandwich. After getting my fill of Chicagoland shenanigans, I moved next door to Iowa. I lived there for several years and got my bachelor’s degree in Health and Human Physiology from the University of Iowa (go Hawkeyes!).


Through my studies I found my passion for the health and wellness world, specifically holistic methods that focus on the person as a whole, rather than only treating the symptoms.

My journey with Rossiter has truly been transformative. It has helped my migraines more than I ever thought was possible. I’m so happy to get pieces of my life back and can spend more time pain-free doing the things I love. When I’m not at Treasure Valley Rossiter helping people achieve natural pain relief, you can find me doing my favorite things! This includes but is not limited to: painting, bookbinding, soaking up the sunshine outdoors, creative writing, photography, listening to indie music, and reading romance or fantasy novels. 

When you book a session with me, expect a warm welcome, two listening ears, and space to be held for you exactly where you are in your journey. You can also expect a few jokes and puns, they’re my jam!


Avery Lampe

Avery received her bachelor's degree in Exercise Science from Boise State University, then an associate’s degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Carrington College. She grew up playing competitive soccer.  She currently enjoys line dancing and spending time with her husband and baby boy! Rossiter has helped her overcome chronic pain from past injuries.  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.

Hannah Hopson

I am an avid outdoor enthusiast, spending my summers hiking, camping, and paddle boarding with my husky, Togo. I have lived in Idaho my entire life and can't imagine calling anywhere else home. Over the past seven years, I've worked in various sectors of medicine and health & wellness, always eager to learn new things. My journey with Rossiter started in 2019 when I was dealing with severe pain, trauma, and stress. After my first session, I was hooked and needed to uncover the secrets behind this transformative experience. For the past four years, I've worked with TVR, both full-time and part-time, to help others realize that pain relief is more accessible than it appears. During the week, I work as a Medical Assistant for an Orthopedic Surgeon. On Saturdays, I focus on providing pain relief in a fun and welcoming environment for those who need it most


Nydia Braun

Nydia is the new Wellness Specialist at TVR. She was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Nydia moved to Boise in 2005 and absolutely loves the people here! She enjoys all the outdoor activities Boise has to offer. Her favorites are hiking and soaking in some hot springs. She enjoys horticulture, staying active, nature, meeting new people and anything caramel!


Nydia is fluent in Spanish and is learning French! She is excited to join the TVR family because she enjoys connecting with and helping people. She wants to help them feel great and be the best they can be.

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Kim Moon

Kim has been a healer for many years and has been the go-to place for healing in her inner circle for many years, and now we are lucky to have her as a Rossiter Coach. She is a certified Emotion Code Practitioner and, as an avid learner, has studied integrative meridian therapy, somatic trauma release, essential oils, and meditation, and she loves learning all things in the holistic health field. She is very intuitive and loves everyone. 

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