Scott Williams M.A.T., L.A.T, A.T.C, C.S.C.S, L.M.T
Scott Williams is the newest member to the Coastal Chiropractic and Rehabilitation team. He has his Bachelor’s degree in exercise science from the University of West Florida, Master’s degree in athletic training from the University of Arkansas, and he received his massage therapy license over 12 years ago from Soothing Arts in Miramar Beach, Florida. He has a long list of experience within the sports health and rehabilitation field. He did an internship working with the New England Patriot’s as well as the University of Texas at San Antonio football team. He was also a massage instructor at a local massage school. He has spent years working with our local high school and collegiate athletes providing them with an unparalleled healthcare and rehabilitation. He has had specialized training and certifications in strength and conditioning as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Functional Movement, and Kinesio Taping. He spends his free time volunteering at local Iron Man and Gulf Coast Triathlons, working out and being active.
Maria has been a massage therapist for twenty two years, having practiced in Atlanta, Tucson, and now Fort Walton Beach. She completed her original coursework for licensing at Providence Institute in Tucson, Arizona, as well as subsequent coursework at Soothing Arts in Miramar Beach, Florida. She is currently licensed in the state of Florida. Trained in and passionate about Energy Work (Therapeutic Touch), Acupressure, Craniosacral and prenatal therapies, Maria gives a personalized massage to each person on her table, addressing the whole person, rather than just the body or the symptoms. 'No two massage are ever alike.' She believes strongly in the mind body connection ~ that our thoughts, beliefs, and emotions contribute significantly to our physical conditions. We can, therefore, change our physical body (ailments, aches, and disease, etc.) by being aware of and changing our thoughts. Certified as a Continuing Education Provider, Maria shares her experience and knowledge with other Massage Therapists, holding workshops and lectures on mind/body connection, intuition and massage, and the importance of mindfulness in the massage room (and life!). Happy and grateful to be working in an environment of joy, caring, harmony, and health, Maria enjoys working with others to help bring about a greater sense of wholeness, self care, and love.
Cynthia has been a licensed massage therapist for years
She is Nationally Board Certified, BCTMB, in Florida and Maryland
Her specialized focus is in Oncology Massage, Orthopedic Massage, and
Bio Energy work. She has also taken additional course work in Acupressure
and Prenatal Massage.
She is skilled in the use of the lightest of Compassionate touch for oncology and trauma contrasted by her Therapeutic Deep Tissue Massage. Enabling her to accommodate a wide range of clientele from Medically frail to Athletically healthy Clients/Patients. Her use of Breath-work assists in relaxation and greatly helps those that suffer from chronic stress, anxiety.
She holds a high respect for an individuals approach to their own health and healing. Encouraging each of her clients to actively participate in their treatment plan.
She has worked Oncology and Therapeutic Massage at Johns Hopkins Integrative Medicine. As well as Oncology and Medical Massage for both Inpatient and Outpatients at Johns Hopkins Hospital's Sidney Kimmel's Comprehensive Cancer Center, IPOP - HIPOP & the ICU units.
Cynthia has 15 years experience in the mental health field as a cultural competency advocate. She has been an advisor and lecturer for the Maryland. She has been an advisor and lecturer for the Maryland State Mental Health and Hygiene Administration along with the Mental Health Association's Cultural Competency education and trainings. Including legislative and policy work. She also has trained in Sign Language Interpreting.