“Make your food your medicine, and your medicine your food.” Hippocrates
For over twenty-five years, Cynthia Armbrister has focused on integrating and balancing body systems in order to facilitate a return to wholeness and well-being. Her approach incorporates traditional touch therapies (both Eastern and Western), as well as holistic health practices such as nutrition and energy medicine.
Each session is unique and tailored to the individual client’s needs. If the presenting complaint is physical pain, injury or chronic conditions, a variety of touch therapies are provided to ease the discomfort. Sometimes incorporating nutritional balancing or lifestyle adjustments might hasten the healing process. Additionally, addressing spiritual malaise may create an opening for a deeper journey to wholeness.
Some of the modalities which Cynthia employs are:
–energy medicine and mind/body centering techniques
–nutritional assessment/lifestyle counseling
–trigger point therapy
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact her at:
Center for Family Counseling
Lafayette Station Building
307 Lafayette Blvd., Ste 202
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Cynthia began her journey with holistic health after an automotive accident left her needing more than allopathic medicine could offer, and she began to explore complementary approaches to healing. This journey led to a license as a Holistic Health Practitioner in San Diego, CA.
She was privileged to apprentice with Margarita, an indigenous healer, for over 10 years, and is writing a book on her experiences with her beloved teacher, mentor and friend.
Currently, she maintains a private practice in Fredericksburg, VA. She is a preferred provider for the Integrative Healing program at the MWH Regional Cancer Center, a contract chaplain at Mary Washington Hospital, and an active hospice volunteer.
Bodywork should not be construed as a substitute for medical examination, diagnosis, or treatment, and clients should see a physician, chiropractor, or other qualified medical specialist for any mental or physical ailment of which they are aware. Bodywork practitioners are not qualified to perform spinal or skeletal adjustments, diagnose, prescribe, or treat any physical or mental illness, and nothing said during the course of the session should be construed as such.