Carrie Mayo Buechler, LMT
Carrie has been an AMTA member for over 20 years and have been actively volunteering with the Michigan Chapter since 2013. In recent years she has been a Delegate, an Awards Committee Member, and 1st VP. Carrie is currently the Chapter Secretary, Membership Committee Chair, and an Education Committee Member.</p><p>Carrie truly enjoys volunteering with the MI AMTA and has made lifelong friendships through it
Cindy Dort, LMT, BCTMB
Cindy graduated from Health Enrichment in 1997. She joined AMTA in 1998 because she liked the way they presented information in brochures. Cindy has been a volunteer for over 10 years as a delegate, an alternate delegate, and vice president. She is now a board member and the Education Chair.
Cindy still believes in AMTA, and even today she highly recommends AMTA to any massage therapist for their business.
Jodi started massage school on a whim in 2004 and began massaging professionally in 2006. Her practice has had various focal points over the years including maternal massage and evidence-based orthopedic treatments. In 2013, she started teaching part time, then full time in 2021 while still maintaining a small, home-based practice. Jodi has enjoyed serving on several massage-related committees with AMTA, AFMTE and the Michigan Board of Massage Therapy. She recharges her internal batteries by being in the woods and reading. Jodi lives in Williamston with her husband and son on 2.5 wooded acres and does Wordle daily. 😉
Kathy Paholsky, LMT, BCTMB
Kathy has been an AMTA Member for over 30 years! A licensed massage therapist, she specializes in pain management, craniosacral and manual therapy. As an NCB Approved Continuing Education provider, Kathy has taught at local meetings, state and national conventions as well as creating online courses for AMTA.
She's been a volunteer for AMTA at the state and national levels, working on school committees, and is currently on the National Convention Education Committee. Since becoming the Michigan Chapter President in 2017, she's had a chance to meet many of our members and renew connections with former students. The friendships she's made and sense of fun she's found as a volunteer keep her active. Massage is a solitary profession; AMTA provides a community of caring therapists.
Christa has been with AMTA for 2 years. During that time she volunteered as a communication committee member and helped with class rosters. As a licensed massage therapist, she specializes in using Trigger Point Therapy for pain management. She graduated from Davenport University in 2005 with an ABA in Business Administration and from Stautzenberger Institute in 2011 with a Massage Diploma. As Kathy said "Massage is a solitary profession" Christa enjoys the community engagement, networking, and knowledge that being a member of AMTA provides.