"Our bodies communicate with us clearly and specifically, if we are willing to listen"

-Shakti Gawain

"Massage is the study of anatomy in braille"

- Jack Meagher

"Health is not merely the absence of disease.

It is the balance of mind, body and soul."


Sports Deep Tissue

Massage addressing specific needs of athletes. Can be used pre-event or post event to promote optimal muscle performance and injury healing. Suggested for areas of the body with repetitive stress or over use from excessive movement and activity.


Cupping therapy helps draw inflammation from deep in the tissues to be released. It increases local blood supply to the muscles and skin while bringing nourishment and allowing toxins to be carried away through the lymphatic system. It can provide relief for chronic and acute symptoms with minimal discomfort, causing tense muscles to soften quickly and easily Cupping is not suggested for those on blood thinners, heart conditions, or any other serious medical conditions that may affect day to day living.

Kirstin Cobb

Kirstin is a Licensed Massage Therapist, a member of the American Massage Association and the creator/owner of Body Synergy. With over 7 years experience in the field of massage therapy and a passion for expanding her abilities and expertise, Kirstin’s knowledge and practical applications of holistic body wellness is perpetually growing.

Her driving motivation is sourced from her desire to understand each unique clients’ day to day needs and current state of body/mind health & balance. Kirstin then works to connect & prescribe habits and routines to amplify her clients daily lives and bring awareness to the physical experiences our body has. She understands that our bodies and realities are connected in much deeper ways than only through physical structures and it is necessary to understand all of the connections to treat the body appropriately.

Kirstin has a large focus on injury rehabilitation and prevention, as well as many other massage modalities. Incorporating these different modalities along with cupping and stretching, she caters each massage to her clients specific needs for healing. She is currently in the process of obtaining her Yoga certification to begin incorporating new levels and layers of holistic healing into Body Synergy.


60  minute massage session

Massage designed per client to address each individual’s injuries, concerns, and wellness needs.


90  minute massage session

Massage designed per client to address each individual’s injuries, concerns, and wellness needs.


House Calls

Limited availability.
Only available to long-term clients*.

* (Client must have been seen at Body Synergy for at least 2 years).


Cancellation Policy

48 hour cancellation policy.
If you cancel your appointment less than 48 hours before it's a 100% charge.


Muscles commonly get over worked from repetitive movements and postures which can produce toxins and waste buildup in them. This can cause soreness, stiffness and discomfort, such as muscle spasms and tension. Massage Therapy helps improve the circulation and increase blood flow, bringing fresh blood and oxygen to the tissues. This can eliminate waste buildup in muscles, and improve recovery time for injuries and strains.

At your first visit you will fill out a health history form and we will do a thorough in-take discussing any conditions; medical, physical, or emotional; that are required for the massage session. I will always communicate with the client before, during and after the massage to ensure comfort level and cover any concerns or questions the client may have. Your massage will be tailored to each client’s concerns and injuries using different techniques and modalities.

Gratuities are not expected, but appreciated.

After your massage session, it is recommended that the client drinks plenty of water to help flush out the toxins that were released during the session. It is normal for the client to experience slight discomfort or soreness after the session, similar to soreness experienced after a workout. This is a result of the increase in circulation and release of toxins in the tissues. The soreness should only last a day or two, and if needed ice can be applied to the sore area for 10-15 minutes.

Every situation is unique per client. It is normally recommended once every 3-4 weeks for most healthy individuals. Clients with injuries are usually recommended weekly or every two weeks to keep up with healing and recovery.


Body Synergy Massage Therapy

3 Ashland St.
Medford, MA 02155

Phone: (978) 314 6140

Email: bodysynergymt@gmail.com