“Cathy creates an atmosphere of relaxation and calm. From her heated table, to the music she plays, to the dim lighting and the soft bedding she uses, to the way she speaks.
“She always listens to how I am doing and asks what I would like worked on, and adjusts my massage accordingly. My massages are actual therapy for me because I have various problem areas on my body, and Cathy shares her knowledge and resources with me when I discuss those things with her.
“And she is incredibly strong and able to put harder pressure where needed and softer pressure where needed. I’ve been going to Cathy for at least 3 years, and would recommend her to anyone who wants good, deep massage.” —Gyodi O.
Pathways 2 Health provides massage therapy services to clients in Melrose, Wakefield, Stoneham, Malden, Saugus and the north suburban Boston area.
Cathy Ledoux LMT
A Massachusetts licensed massage therapist, Cathy received her training from Cortiva (formerly The Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, Mass.) in June 2001. She is also a professional member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP).
She enjoys staying fit and being active so can truly understand her clients’ concerns and focus on remaining pain free and in optimum health. She has an extensive professional network of other healthcare professionals, i.e. acupuncturists, chiropractors, and physical therapists and often refers clients out to these individuals if she feels it will complement their treatment plan. Cathy has appeared on NBC news to explain the benefits of the Fascia Blaster.
“Visits are customized for your particular needs and together we will address your primary health concerns and the best treatment plan. It is my goal to become a resource and support system for you on a long-term basis.
Most health challenges are from compounding issues and it is my intention to provide you with comprehensive care rather than temporary relief. I like to take a “whole body” approach as I feel that often the source of one’s pain and discomfort may not be the same as where they are feeling their pain and discomfort.
Follow up visits are usually recommended but not always necessary. Most often you will be sent home with awareness as to posture, simple movements, and exercises so that you can be empowered and self-supporting.”