Nikki was born and raised in central Massachusetts. She went to undergraduate at University of
Miami in Florida, to get a double major degree in Biochemistry. She also joined Army ROTC and became a cadet, certifying in Air Assault School and the Expert Field Medical School.
Upon graduation, she was commissioned as a Medical Service Corps officer. In the Army she
served in various leadership and medical operations positions, finishing her service as a Company Commander for an 180 person Medical Company.
Nikki then moved to Denver to attend the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center to get her masters and doctorate in Physical Therapy. She started practicing with her mentor and was
introduced to women’s health PT and how to integrate Pilates into treatment. She was a clinical
director at a clinic, specializing in spine, Orthopedics and women’s health. She had a multitude of leadership positions in the clinical setting. Nikki had the opportunity to study under Dr. Shirley Sahrmann, Washington University in St Louis, focused on Biomechanics. She also pursued lots of continuing education in pelvic pain, manual therapy, taping, ASTYM, women’s health, Postpartum and prenatal care, attaining over 1500 hours of continuing education hours through her career . She got certified in yoga (200 hours), in Pilates as a master trainer, in massage therapy, nutrition and received her CSCS training certificate. She received her board certification in Orthopedics and is certified in Women’s Health.
Nikki has pursued multiple entrepreneurial opportunities. She was a co-founder of a biomechanics software startup, she co-founded Women In Balance (a women’s retreat and wellness community business) and is co-founder of a wellcare marketplace located in Denver, Nurture. She loves to run, ski, play with her kiddos, travel and enjoy all that Colorado has to offer. She lives in Denver, CO, with her husband and two children.