Growing up with an athletic older brother, Cindy quickly developed a passion for sports and exercise. She started playing hockey in the streets with her brother, than she played soccer and practiced figure skating before turning to artistic gymnastics. Sport which she practiced at the Châteauguay circus and gymnastics school (Gym Fly) for 8 years from 2006 to 2014. All these years of practice, which where equivalent to 25 - 30 hours of training per week, allowed her to develop a high level of acrobatic vocabulary. While training alongside other adolescents who were training in circus, Cindy gradually began to envy them and finally decided to try circus. She immediately fell in love with it and devoted all of her many hours of training, which she had previously devoted to artistic gymnastics, to her new passion.
Shortly afterwards, she auditioned and was accepted into the high school circus program (CES) at the École nationale de cirque de Montréal (ÉNC). Where she spent her 4th and 5th years of high school before being accepted into the college program at the ÉNC. She learned juggling, dancing, hand balancing and she refined her aerial technique, mainly in loop fabric, her acrobatic technique and her artistic approach. In late August 2018, Cindy began her third and final year of training in the college program at the École nationale de cirque de Montréal as a loop fabric and acrobatic research specialist.