Mary Beth Mosteller, LMT
Mary Beth is the founder of Lifestyle Massage + Bodywork. She grew up in a family with a Mediterranean influence where demonstrative touch was normative, healing and nurturing. She always had an affinity toward healthcare, healing touch, and nutrition. After graduating college with a BA in Spanish and International Studies, she pursued massage therapy after years of that nagging "what if?" Instantly she found her tribe.
After graduating from WellSpring School of Allied Health in January 2013, she has practiced massage therapy in a chiropractic office setting full-time to pursue coming alongside of people in their wellness journeys. Her passion is to give clients the best outcome through client-centered massage therapy where she listens to the clients as well as what their bodies tell her. She loves to customize the massage experience through a blend of modalities while keeping the client in the parasympathetic response. She is certified in perinatal massage as well as trained as a massage doula (labor support). She has pursued continuing education certifications in myofascial release, advanced Asian cupping, and trigger point therapy. Mary Beth enjoys incorporating a variety of modalities like deep tissue, Asian cupping, myofascial work and neuromuscular therapy for her client's best response.
Mary Beth and her husband Terry have 2 darling children Lawson (5) and Georgia (3.5) that keep them busy as well as laughing.
Cynthia Schroer, ma, LMT
Cynthia Schroer is a graduate from Wellspring School of Allied Health in Kansas City. This recent training is a continuation of her passion for complementary modalities in the healing arts. She has her Masters of Arts in Psychology from Norwich University where she generated primary source material researching Postpartum Adjustment Disorders as a path to wholeness. She is certified in prenatal and postpartum massage and sits on the board for the Pregnancy and Postpartum Resource Center in the Kansas City area. She offers a wide variety of modalities including: Swedish Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy, Asian cupping, and deep tissue and looks forward to being an intimate part of wellness strategies for current and new clients.
Cynthia has completed an intensive foundations course in massage therapy for people with cancer. This specialty training for oncological support has equipped her to offer supportive massage for those diagnosed with cancer or their caregivers. In addition to her private practice, she offers massage for oncology support at St. Luke's Hospital on the Plaza one day a week.
Cynthia is a mother of three wonderful adult children, an accomplished vocalist in sacred, classical, folk and jazz traditions; she is a recording artist. She loves to kayak, hike and camp, and has been a yoga practitioner since 1978.