Oregon 
Massage 
Therapists 
Association
 

Volunteers are the Core of Our Success

Created by volunteer LMTs, the Oregon Massage Therapists Association continues to be operated by volunteer LMTs.  As fellow massage therapists, we are best suited to understand the importance of personal healing and growth as professionals with the ability to address the needs and concerns of our community.

Individuals Build Ideas

Our Executive Committee, which maintains, revises, and continues to build OMTA, is a group of volunteers.  Some positions are elected from our membership, while others are appointed.  While the current Executive Committee consists of members that have been with OMTA for anywhere from a few months to over a decade, the organization was built on the dedication of our predecessors.  From our first president, Susan Kerr Shawn, to our current president, Robert Bike, OMTA exists because of the generous donation of time and effort of our board members.  We welcome the contributions of our members and are always seeking new voices and new ideas to carry us through the decades to come.

Your Input Creates Change

Whether you're considering joining or you've been a member for years, we welcome your input and value your commitment to making OMTA a valuable resource.

Learn About Your Leadership

Our Executive Committee holds meetings that are open to the public in which planning is conducted for future events, past events are reviewed, legislative action is debated, financial decisions are made, and regular business is conducted.

Become a Leader

If you are interested in volunteering on our Executive Committee or supporting one of our outreach efforts, please contact our current President.

 
 

OMTA is a 501(c)(6) Non-Profit Corporation. According to the IRS, contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions on the donor's federal income tax return. They may be deductible as trade or business expenses if ordinary and necessary in the conduct of the taxpayer's business. Contact your tax consultant if this affects you.  © 2013 Oregon Massage Therapists Association. This web site is maintained by Heather Bennouri, LMT 10079.

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