Dr. Cassandra Boon

Dr. Cassandra Boon is a registered professional chiropractor, in Kimberley and Cranbrook, BC. Her career and personal life have involved extensive focus on movement, health and sport. Dr. Boon’s background includes kinesiology, personal training and sport conditioning for professional athletes. She has worked with national level athletes and teams in skiing, cycling, running, triathlon, basketball, soccer, hockey and outdoor pursuits. Dr. Boon has worked in many multi-disciplinary practices in both rural and urban settings, and has practiced in some of Canada’s finest and most engaging chiropractic clinics. She has trained, treated and consulted with the Canadian National Half Pipe team in an ongoing capacity.

Dr. Boon is also an accomplished professional athlete, and competed nationally and internationally as a downhill mountain biker. Her career highlights include Canadian National Champion, top World Cup competitor rankings, and mountain bike coaching and mentoring throughout Canada and the US.

Dr. Boon is a Kimberley and Cranbrook local and grew up in the Kootenays. She is enthusiastic about healthy living, happy people and being outside in one of the best places in the world. She feels fortunate to call Kimberley home and is proud to be a part of the community.


Dr. Allison Pepper is a registered professional chiropractor, and is proud to have been raised in the Kootenays as a Cranbrook local. 

She is passionate about physical fitness, the outdoors and living in the mountains. She has extensively played and competed in many sports, including volleyball, basketball, and baseball, which she spent 2 years on the BC Women’s Baseball team and 4 years on the College of the Rockies Women’s Volleyball team.  

Dr. Pepper completed her Doctorate of Chiropractic at the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon, where she gained extensive training in evidence-informed, whole person care through academics, hands on skills, and clinical experience. She has participated in continuing education in Active Release Technique (ART), and training through Motion Palpation Institute to further her analysis and chiropractic adjusting techniques.

Her goal is to meet patients where they are at, moving them from pain and injury towards maintenance. As well as, providing preventative and supportive care. She is excited to have returned to Cranbrook and serve the community that has provided her so much.

Alanna Harte

Registered Massage Therapist

Alanna empowers clients towards health by exploring the root cause of injury or dysfunction and assisting the body to heal itself. Her client-focused practice is integrative and educational, using movement on and off the table to promote healing.  She incorporates evidence-based research in her practice which drives her therapeutic approach. She trained at MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy, Calgary 2018. Since then, her practice has included clinical, spa & wellness, retreats, & volunteer. Alanna is passionate about the great outdoors, encompassing functional movement, and finding balance in all facets of life. 

Sarah Hobbs

Registered Massage Therapist

Sarah has been practicing massage therapy since 2002 and is a graduate of Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy. Over the span of her career she has trained extensively in myofacial release, visceral massage, prenatal, pediatric and embodied movement known as Somatic Experiencing.

Sarah’s approach to facilitating healing is to address aspects of the mind, body and soul and help patients understand what their body is saying to them.

“I like to build a relationship with my patients, massage therapy is not a one off - It's really about relearning how to live in union with your body and life”, says Sarah.

Sarah is the mother to a six year old Autistic son and has chosen to relocate here to work with the ASD community.