Craniosacral Therapy and Osteopathy in Vermont

Vermont OPR Public Disclosure
and Disclaimer

Cynthia Beyersdorff's Training and Education

Cynthia Beyersdorff received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston College in philosophy, graduating summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa. After receiving her B.A., she moved to Munich, Germany and received her M.A. from the University of Munich in philosophy and psychology, graduating magna cum laude.


In 2007, Cynthia Beyersdorff went on to complete a 3-year license degree program in Germany in Naturopathic Medicine (Heilpraktiker) where she practices full-time when she is not in Vermont. She is a member of BDHN which is a professional association for Naturopathic Practioners in Germany.


Cynthia Beyersdorff completed a 5-year degree program in Osteopathy and Craniosacral Therapy at the Osteopathic Academy of Munich, Germany under Rabbi Moshe Kastiel, graduating in 2016. Additionally, she has attended countless seminars and workshops at the Upledger Institute and the Barral Institute in Germany. She is a member of the Association of Osteopathy and Holistic Medicine in Germany.


In 2014 Cynthia Beyersdorff completed a 2-year program in pediatric osteopathy at the Academy of Osteopathy in Munich, Germany, graduating at the top of her class. 


Cynthia Beyersdorff has thusfar attended 9 postgraduate courses in Traditional Biodynamic Osteopathy (pediatric and adult) in the United States and been mentored by the world renowned Osteopath Dr. James Jealous D.O.


Cynthia Beyersdorff is also trained in Homeopathy and German Biological Medicine. She completed a two-year degree in Homeopathy at the Institute of Naturopathy in Munich, Germany in 2012.


Your Rights as a Patient

There is no licensure for Massage Therapists, Bodyworkers and Touch Professionals in the State of Vermont. Cynthia Beyersdorff’s certifications are through the institutions she has attended.


Cynthia Beyersdorff meets the requirement of the Vermont Office of Professional Regulation (OPR) to distribute – either on paper or electronically – a public disclosure to all patients.


As a client, you have a right to expect professional conduct from any healthcare practitioner.

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Cynthia Beyersdorff is not a Medical Doctor.


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