RMSAAM Welcomes Two New Canine and Equine Massage Instructors!

Linda Aaron; Canine & Equine Massage Instructor (and her furry friends!)

Contributed by RMSAAM staff

Linda Aaron

RMSAAM, Instructor

A Colorado resident for over a decade, Linda is a licensed Massage Therapist and maintains a thriving practice in the Denver metro area.  Her passion for massage, combined with her life-long love of animals, made pursuing canine and equine massage a natural choice for her.

Born and raised in rural New Mexico, she spent her childhood competing in rodeos and enjoying the outdoors with her horses, dogs, cats and various chickens, cows, and sheep.  Her love of horses keeps her in the saddle at every available opportunity.  Linda also consults for her husband’s Denver area dog training company, FetchMasters on canine massage issues.  “It is so fulfilling to help a person feel better and be pain-free,” Linda explains when asked about her career choices.  “Since animals can’t tell you where something hurts, being able to bring them relief is, especially fulfilling.”  Linda and her husband enjoy spending time with their three children, two dogs and cat.  Their favorite family activities are camping and hiking in Colorado’s beautiful outdoors.

Linda will be teaching the following classes in the Castle Rock, CO, Canine Massage campus, and Equine Massage campus in Littleton, CO.

  • Canine Massage Level 1
  • Canine Massage Level 3
  • Equine Massage Level 1
  • Equine Massage Level 3
Canine Massage Instructor; Cynthia Edwards, her two children, and canine friends!

Cynthia Edwards

RMSAAM, Instructor

Cynthia has been dedicated to helping individuals with their health and healing journey for over 14 years.  She studied business at CU and international medicine at Naropa, a Buddhist-based college designed to approach the body as a whole system.  She is a Certified Nutritional Consultant, a YA Certified Yoga Instructor, a Licensed Massage Therapist with 2000 hours of training, a Certified Childbirth Assistant (Doula), a Certified Traditional Herbalist, and a National Corporate Trainer for Leading Natural Products/Grocers.

She speaks on health and healing at many colleges and she has served on the Colorado Springs City Council.  Having successfully launched her own businesses, she continues to reach out to communities helping facilitate their growth and increasing their awareness in healthy lifestyles.  Cynthia plays competitive soccer and hikes and runs with her dogs as often as she can.

Cynthia will be teaching Canine Massage Level 1 and Level 3 in our Castle Rock, CO campus location.