Christine Wood, PT, DPT, LMT, lives in Augusta County in the heart of Virginia’s beautiful Shenandoah Valley with her husband and daughter. She earned a physical therapy degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1992, a doctorate in physical therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2009 and a massage therapy license in 2018. She has worked across all demographics in numerous therapy settings from hospitals to outpatient clinics to nursing homes. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Virginia Physical Therapy Association. Christine has pursued extensive post graduate training in various manual techniques enabling her to identify and treat the cause of pain and dysfunction rather than just the symptoms. Since the very beginning of her career she has been driven to help people heal and live their lives free of pain, with that journey bringing her to the world of Fascial Counterstrain. No other technique has enabled her to bring the same level of lasting relief and healing to her patients. She has been a teaching assistant for the Jones Institute since 2014 and Counterstrain Academy since 2020, and is currently enrolled in the Academy’s Instructor Training Program. In addition to loving her job she enjoys playing flute with the Stonewall Brigade Band and the Flutes of the Shenandoah. Her other hobbies include kayaking and hiking in the Blue Ridge mountains. Christine is Owner and CEO of Horizons Therapy in Waynesboro, VA.

Andrew Adams, PTA, LMT, PES, is a graduate of Penn State, a strength coach and one of the first ATG movement coaches in our region. He has a background in sports medicine and outpatient orthopedics with certifications in myofascial cupping, IASTM, kinesio taping and muscle energy techniques. After experiencing the power of Fascial Counterstrain, he began learning the technique himself, adopting it as his primary method of manual therapy, combined with the ATG movement system. He is a soldier in the US Army Reserve and recently relocated to Lynchburg, VA with his wife.

Gabriel Skinner, LMT, graduated from the Baltimore School of Massage in 2003 and quickly made massage therapy his full-time profession. In 2006, he branched out into sports medicine at a physical medicine and rehabilitation clinic in the Washington DC area where he acted as both a therapist and course instructor. Gabe opened his own studio in 2012. His first exposure to Fascial Counterstrain occurred in 2019 and he immediately recognized its potential to address the root causes of pain and dysfunction. Gabe currently lives in an antique log cabin in the mountains of Nelson County with his wife and young son.

Jennifer Lorenz came to Horizons with a broad administrative background ranging from veterinary clinics to banking. She was drawn to Horizons because of her desire to help people and be a part of something that makes a difference in their lives. She enjoys getting to know the patients and seeing their health improve. In her free time, she enjoys working with her husband, hiking and kayaking, relaxing in her yard and spending every moment possible with her kids.


 Carla Beaupre has lived in the Shenandoah Valley her entire life. She has an Associates Degree from BRCC and a Medical Office Certificate from CTI. She enjoys getting to know everyone she meets at Horizons and sharing their experience on the road to better health. When not in the office, she loves spending time with her family, cooking and meeting new people.


Brooke Eichelberger is originally from Ohio, but fell in love with Virginia while attending University of Lynchburg and has called Virginia home ever since. She is grateful to have the opportunity to work at Horizons and see so many patients’ lives improve from the care they receive. She loves to play volleyball, travel, and explore the outdoors with her family.



Will Wood was born in Greenwood, South Carolina and currently lives in Augusta County with his wife, Christine, and their daughter. He served in the US Navy for eight years, the steel industry for five and manufacturing for twenty before entering into the exciting world of healthcare. His experience ranges from the troubleshooting and repair of satellite communication systems to code writing to the management of human resources and quality control departments. As Chief Operating Officer and Co-Owner of Horizons, he supports the therapists and staff on a daily basis in an effort to make their jobs as obstacle-free as possible. In addition to his work at Horizons he is a published author and is currently working on short stories, novels and screenplays.


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