Cynthia (Cindy) Ann Anderson, aged 66 years, passed away on June 8th 2021, at her home in Austin Texas. Cindy was born in San Antonio Texas across from the Alamo. She grew up in Houston Tx, graduated from Sharpstown High School in 1973, then moved to San Marcos Texas and attended San Marcos State University where she studied a variety of subjects until moving to Austin Tx in 1981. She began working at Dan McKluskys where she garnered many lifelong friends and decided to then peruse her career in the Healing Arts.
Cindy Anderson began studying massage first at the Texas School of Massage Studies, completing at The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School (TLC) through 1989. Her enthusiasm was boundless. She soon became a full-time faculty member at TLC where she taught for over 25 years. She taught everything in the TLC curriculum. Along the way she also became certified in Watsu and Water Dance, studying at Harbin Hot Springs in California. She also did advanced studies in Trager technique, pregnancy massage, Kundalini yoga, Lomi Lomi, ashiatsu, Thai Yoga massage, hot stone, cupping, and Deep Massage. She had the capacity to be wholehearted in everything she studied and in her work with each of her students at TLC and her clients in private practice. She was an irresistible force for good in the world. Cindy never stopped studying, as a teacher she learned as much as her students did in every class.
Cindy always was there for her friends. She loved nature and gardening. She was an artist in her many beautiful quilts, painted pots and beading. In her battle with cancer, she was a fierce opponent, never giving in to the rigors of her disease. She was the most independent of souls, and a true
Inspiration… Her passion was learning new ways to touch.
Cindy is survived by her sister Shannon Anderson of Fredericksburg Tx.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Andy and Dean Anderson of Hallettsville Tx and sister Brenda Walding of Victoria Texas.
A Celebration Of Life for Cindy Anderson will be held in Willow City, TX @ 6pm at Mikes on the Loop.
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