Bobbi Reyes

Hi, I’m Bobbi! I’m an outdoorsy, nature loving kinda girl and a free spirited, hippie tomboy at heart. I highly value a deep connection to myself as well as meaningful relationships with others. I’ve always been an athlete and a body nerd. I’ve had many injuries, a few surgeries and dealt with bouts of chronic pain. I’m deeply fascinated by the human body and it’s ability to perform and heal.

Additionally when we have balance in the mental, emotional and physical aspects of our lives we are able to live to our best potential. Life is dynamic and at times we get knocked off track. But if we practice building good habits and maintain a general sense of optimism we are able to increase our resilience and maintain an overall sense of peace and positivity no matter what life may bring our way. I’m passionate about helping others strive to achieve their optimal health and wellness.

I’m a 48-year-old mother who’s spent the last 25 years living large in the mountain playground of Jackson, Wyoming. During my career I’ve enjoyed working with a wide range of clientele at a busy, progressive physical therapy clinic, and in private practice as a health coach, personal trainer and massage therapist.


I’m a Nationally Board Certified Health and Wellness coach. I’m a Cooper Institute Certified Personal Trainer and an Honors graduate from the BCMT massage program in Boulder, Colorado where I studied orthopedic sports massage at the Masters Level.

My trainings have also included Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), KO8 trainer, Meditation, Barre, Yoga, Pilates, MELT Method, Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT).

Where You’ll Find Me

At Excel Physical Therapy training with my clients. Coaching clients remotely through 30 days to healthy living programs. On my yoga mat. In the outdoors. Mountain biking, skiing and playing hockey. Gardening. Cooking. Doing puzzles, Traveling. Spending time with my friends and family.

Extra Credit

I was voted silver medalist as Best Massage Therapist in 2011, and twice won bronze in 2014, 2015 in the JH weekly Best of Jackson Hole readers poll.