Committee Chairs and Delegates
Corey has been an AMTA member for 8 years. She graduated from the Ann Arbor Institute of Massage therapy in 2008. She co-owns a private practice in Okemos. This is her first time volunteering for AMTA and she is terribly excited.
Corey studied opera and human biology at Lansing Community College and Michigan State University. She attended the College of Osteopathic Medicine at MSU in 2016 where she realized that her true interest was massage therapy and all of its possibilities.
In her spare time, Corey enjoys detailed cross-stitching, watching all manner of movies, reading cheesy romance novels, and attending nerdy conventions with her husband.
Government Relations Chair
As a massage therapist, Jessica enjoys the amount and quality of time she gets to dedicate to my clients. Whether it be the hour of hands-on time she has with them, listening to their needs and concerns, puzzling out their situation, and treating them or the time Jessica invests in learning about new research, techniques and training. Massage therapy does after all have the best continuing education which helps keep me fresh and motivated to serve my clients!
Volunteering as the Government Relations Chair for the AMTA MI chapter has been one of the most rewarding experiences for Jessica as a professional. As a licensed health care provider, it is important to her to stay involved with the current events of our license and profession. She volunteered for this position in the hopes of further legitimizing massage therapy in the state of Michigan and also to ensure that our licensure, rules, and regulations are not only upheld but also equal and fair.
Lyn has been a Massage Therapist for over 30 years. She has been a proud member of AMTA for 25 years. She enjoys educating people on stress reduction and helping them meet their health goals. Her office is at Franklin Athletic club and incorporates Massage Cupping along with other modalities. Previously a farrier and professional clown, she enjoys the calm of doing massage!
Julie Finn, LMT, BCTMB, CSMT
Julie has been a member of AMTA for 28 years and served at both the chapter and national level.
She is currently enrolled at Washtenaw Community College pursuing a degree in Physical Therapy Assistant.
Two of Julie's favorite passions are volunteering for The Parade Company and helping to support our military and veterans.