Asheville, North Carolina
Cynthia’s husband was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2003. Since then, they have worked together to keep him healthy and strong so they can live the best lives possible. On any given day, you can find Cynthia and her husband cycling, hiking, stand-up paddling, or traveling all around the world enjoying life.
Cynthia teaches Parkinson’s programs at the YMCA and is excited to help others learn to exercise to have a better quality of life. Quality time is most important to Cynthia, and she makes sure to spend as much of her time with her grandchildren or being outdoors with friends as she can. Cynthia and her husband live well today by continuing to do the things they love and spending time with family.