Anika is a sports enthusiast of all kinds. At a young age organized sports like basketball, volleyball, and track dominated her spare time. Growing up in a small town outside of Missoula Montana she found her independence out the back gate of her parent’s property running her horse all over Lolo National forest. She then progressed into Kayaking, skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing, paragliding, and more recently dirt biking. Always the active individual she knew she wanted to work in an active job. Knowing how easily the body becomes unbalanced through repetitive muscle use in sports, appreciative of the need to put the right food in the body to fuel the lifestyle. Anika earned her diploma/certification in fitness coaching and has a nutritional license. She's worked as a trainer in Missoula, Montana, and Maui, Hawaii. After a decade of guiding rowdy and gorgeous multi-day river trips around the world (Including the Zambezi where she was the first female in over a decade to guide there), she realized her winter routine kept dropping her back to Jackson, WY. Anika is a homeowner, avid gardener, wife, and mother living and playing out her dreams in Victor, Idaho. She's excited to return to her work/passion for maintaining strength and balance in the body. No stranger to injuries, she’s excited to help others prevent them in their lifestyles, as well as her own.