Hannah is a 6th generation Montanan, born and raised in Missoula. She currently resides here in the Gallatin valley with her bebe’s: Boo and Peeka the household barn cats, and Lady Lu, the finest black and grey golden doodle ever made. A provider at Bridger Orthopedic Physical Therapy, she primarily treats post operative patients. She teaches at Pure Barre Bozeman, and volunteer ski patrols at Snowbowl, her home mountain, alongside her father and brother. Hannah firmly believes that movement is medicine: a physical, mental and spiritual necessity that leaves one feeling grounded and present. She loves expelling energy through music and finds the expression empowering. She was drawn to Zephyr for the community they’ve created in the valley, the bangerz *duh*, and the sweat goatee (arguably the most addictive component of a Z class). Hannah finds life is better with love, laughter and realism. She’s a yes girl at heart. If she had to choose a motto, it would be “if it’s worth doing, it’s worth overdoing.” She can always be found having fun outside, but you will never find her on strava. Her outdoor recreation preferences change with the seasons, just like her drink of choice. It’s also not uncommon to find her hosting a theme party, planning her next adventure, cracking jokes with friends and family, and unapologetically having a very good, even grand, time.