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I grew up here in the beautiful Gallatin Valley and am passionate about the belief that our bodies and mind benefit from activity! Exercise truly has the power to change lives. I am certified with the American College of Sports Medicine and have my EMT license as well.
Empowering individuals to take control of their lives through fitness, healthy and sustainable nutrition habits, balance, and self-love. I encourage people to utilize their inner strengths and resources to transform into the best version of themselves.
Pro Physio offers two great locations for physical therapy Southwest Montana area, our Bozeman Physical Therapy, and another in Belgrade, MT. Through physical treatments, such as manual therapy, exercise and massage, we promote mobility, pain reduction, improved functionality, and the prevention of future impairments. Ultimately, our role is to promote the current and ongoing ability to move pain free.
We offer professional and personalized services just for you, each and every time. Specializing in high quality Microblading, Brow Shaping, Volume and Natural Eyelash Extensions, Lash Lifts, Hair Removal, and Bridal/Special Event Makeup. We can’t wait to see you in!
Tristin’s touch is therapeutic and firm, yet relaxing and restorative. She is very passionate about massage and each of her client’s well-being. She specializes in deep tissue, structural integrative, sports/injury massage, myofascial release, and is certified and trained by the International Cupping Therapy Association. Her holistic approach to bodywork brings the whole body into consideration and every treatment is detailed, specific, and customized for each client’s individual needs.
•Fully Licensed and Certified Massage Therapist
•Aspiring Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
•Highly compassionate and driven by results
•Treatments are centered around pain relief and sports injury rehabilitation
After massage school Isaiah felt like he had barely scratched the surface of what he
wanted to learn about the human body. His thirst for knowledge and aptitude for the science
has led him to begin the pre-med program this fall at MSU. Isaiah wants to become a doctor of
osteopathic medicine and believes in the integration of eastern and western medicine. He
looks forward to be able to apply his knowledge from university, to his practice.