Board of Directors
Phone: (573) 214-1866
Susan graduated from Ohio State University with an International Studies major and an Anatomy minor. She graduated from the Massage Therapy Institute of Missouri in 2005, and teaches Anatomy to massage students at the local massage school at the Columbia Area Career Center. Her continuing education classes include hip and shoulder stabilization techniques. She has spent several years living abroad, and engaging in such things as jewelry making and book-selling in London, Seattle, Cleveland, and San Francisco. Susan’s other interests include participation in a community garden, cooking, yoga, friends, family and an artisan of tea tree- based Swirl Soaps of Columbia. Her children are Gus and Rosalind and she is happily married to Ken.
|Amy Lane||Board Member
Phone: (314) 603-5684
|Robin Paul||Financial Administrator
Phone: (660) 621-3420
I have been a licensed massage therapist since 2004. I look forward to serving on the Missouri AMTA board. What a tremendous opportunity I have been given to learn and grow in the field of massage therapy. I have been in this profession for several years now and am looking forward to somehow giving back to the profession.
I currently reside and have my practice, Chouteau Springs Therapeutic Services, in Boonville, Missouri. My husband, Darin, and I have lived here for 20 years. We are active in our community and our church. Along with massage my practice also offers doula services. I have been a member of AMTA since graduating Heritage college in 2004. I have always enjoyed attending the annual conferences.
Again, thank you for this opportunity to serve on the Board of AMTA Missouri.
Phone: (573) 289-2711
As a practicing Massage Therapist for 17 years, I joined the AMTA in 1998 when attending the Massage Therapy Institute of Missouri in Columbia, MO. Since then I have always looked forward to attending the continuing education classes at our state conventions and the fall class when offered. I have attended at least ten AMTA national conventions as well. At these conventions and classes I have learned so much from great educators and leaders in our profession. For me, the hands on training, the knowledge shared there, and the camaraderie and support of other therapists met through the AMTA have really been paramount to my professional development and longevity as a therapist. As I fulfill this years term as secretary of the AMTA MO my hope is to be able to give back to the AMTA since it has been such a benefit to me. Though I am inexperienced in the organizational leadership of the AMTA, our officers are being very helpful in teaching me, and they are great folks with whom to work. I look forward to serving as your secretary, meeting many more of you, and learning from you and your experiences in the year to come.
|Sheri Rohrbach||Education Committee Chair|
|Phone: (573) 375-3639|
|After ten years of restaurant management, I decided there had to be something more to living than working in the corporate world. I was trained at the Massage Therapy Institute of Missouri in Columbia Missouri and have been licensed since 2001. As a student I was introduced to the Missouri Sports Massage Team as well as the AMTA. In the summer of 2011, I was honored to become part of the Community Service Massage Team. I have watched our profession grow over the past decade and I am proud to be part of it.|
|Law and Legislation Chair
I have been a practicing therapist since 1982. I have focused on Sportsmassage since 1983. I have worked on athletes at all levels from junior high through professionals (golf, baseball, football, and track and field). For ten year, I served as the massage therapist for the University of Missouri track and field team, and am still on the sports medicine staff of the University. I have also worked with softball, golf, gymnastic, men’s and women’s basketball, football, and baseball at MIZZOU. In 2008, The American Massage Therapy Association presented me with its national Sports Massage Achiever Award for my contributions to the field.