Lexie grew up skiing at Titcomb Mountain (300 vertical feet) in Farmington, Maine. Upon discovering her love for ski racing in the local Buddy Werner program, she began traveling to the bigger mountains of Maine (Saddleback & Sugarloaf) for some actual vertical. Lexie spent her summers training at Mt. Hood and one season in Sandpoint, Idaho, skiing and competing throughout the West before attending Whitman College. After receiving her B.A. in Economics, Lexie moved to Jackson and coached for a season prior to attending PT school at the University of Washington. In addition to pursuing her passion for movement and anatomy in PT school, she was also an avid weekend warrior and coached for the Stevens Pass Alpine Club (SPAC). This is Lexie’s 10th season ski coaching. Off-snow she works as a physical therapist and is the owner of Mountain Physio & Wellness. In her free time, she enjoys skiing, biking, rock climbing, yoga, spending time outdoors, and volunteering for TCSAR.
Sport-specific Experience and Certifications
US Ski & Snowboard L200 Coach
AIARE Level II
Wilderness First Responder
Alpine ski coach: JHSC 2016-present, SPAC 2014-2016, JHSC 2012-2013
Racing experience: NCAA x1yr, USCSA x3yr, FIS/USSA athlete
- B.A. Economics, Whitman College
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of Washington
I coach to instill a lifelong love for the sport of skiing in all of my athletes. I strive to motivate others to pursue a healthy lifestyle. Appreciating the process and finding balance is paramount to success, which, for younger athletes, means working hard on the FUNdamentals. I coach to give back to a sport that played such an important role in my development, helping to foster the next generation of champions in sport and life.