Cynthia is a graduate of the Bancroft School of Massage Therapy and is currently on staff at her alma mater. She is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) and has practiced massage for more than a decade.
With a display of intuition, humility and sensitivity, Cynthia employs an array of modalities including but not limited to Swedish, deep tissue, myofascial, prenatal, reflexology, Reiki. Dedicated to continuing education, she is a lifelong learner. In a collaborative effort with patients, she listens to their needs and bodies to provide a custom-tailored treatment. Results manifest in many forms-- relaxation, stress reduction, decreased pain, increased circulation and range of motion, stimulation of endorphins. In addition, massage has proven to provide relief from headaches, depression, anxiety, symptoms of menopause, various chronic symptoms and more.
Cynthia answers a call to the healing arts. She practices with clear, honest intention and her patients feel the distinction. Her philosophy is that expert massage provides healing on many levels. Her ultimate goal is to reinforce wellness and inner peace in a nurturing, safe environment. While quality is no accident, she strongly believes that massage is maximized by the building of relationship, which translates into trust and mutual vision between patient and practitioner.
Cynthia holds a B.S. in Urban Studies from Worcester State University. She maintains her skills have been honed and seasoned by many years of dedication to the fields of social work and education. She is a native of Shrewsbury and currently lives in Holliston with her husband and dog.