Chris Yee, MS LMT BCTMB CSCS, enjoys working with a wide variety of clients, and especially those with athletic-related goals.
In practice as a massage therapist since 2005, he has received additional training in Active Isolated Stretching, Muscle Energy Technique, Applied Kinesiology, Kinesiotaping, Massage Cupping, Fascial Abrasion Technique, PRI technique and Cranial Manipulation, amongst others. Chris is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association, and is a former AMTA Michigan Chapter Treasurer.
Chris attended the University of Michigan, where he received his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Kinesiology. During his undergraduate years, he was a member of the Track & Field team, and received scholar-athlete recognition all four years. During his senior year, he was a team captain and ran on a Big Ten Championship Meet winning relay team.
After college, he expanded his sports medicine background, spending post-collegiate time working as a PT technician for MedSport Physical Therapy, coaching local high school football and track, and interning with University of Michigan Athletics in their Strength and Conditioning Department. Prior to the creation of CW Therapy, he spent 7-plus great years working at Arbor Wellness alongside Eyvonne Crow, Earl Wenk and his CW Therapy business partner Wendy.
Chris is proud to have provided sports massage for multiple University of Michigan teams. In addition, he has provided sports massage on the volunteer medical team for multiple USA Track & Field National teams.
In his free time, Chris enjoys studying Aikido (a Japanese martial art), international travel and learning about different cuisines.
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Emily Robinson, ATC LMT, studied athletic medicine at Iowa State University, where she worked extensively with student-athletes from track & field, football, volleyball, basketball and wrestling.
After graduating and becoming a certified athletic trainer, she officially began her sports medicine career at Oklahoma Baptist University, providing athletic training coverage for 20 sports teams, primarily track & field.
She found a way to take additional classes at a local massage therapy school while working in Oklahoma, and was able to earn her diploma. By adding these skills to her work with college athletes and with the local community, it wasn't long before she became a well regarded sports massage specialist,
In an effort to further study sports medicine, she attended a performance therapy seminar hosted by Altis, an elite track and field training group based in Phoenix, Arizona. She was able to impress the staff and instructors enough to earn a one year full time paid internship. At Altis, she worked with over one hundred of the top track & field athletes in the world on a regular basis, as they prepared for the 2016 Olympics.
After she left Arizona following the completion of her internship with Altis, she continued the nomadic ways of her early professional sports medicine career. Before accepting her current role with CW Therapy, she returned to Iowa and was still able to work with some elite international track & field athletes, providing sports medicine coverage at the 2017 Drake Relays.
Emily and her husband Ian welcomed their daughter Ivy to the world in early 2017, and not long after, the family relocated to Ann Arbor. As new Michiganders, they look forward to learning about and immersing themselves into the fun and engaging local community. Emily's other interests include animals, both large and small, all things creative, amusement parks and of course, spending time with Ian and Ivy.
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Wendy Woerner, BS LMT, is a licensed Massage Therapist with the State of Michigan. Wendy takes joy in working with all types of clients to help them maintain or improve how their body feels while doing daily activities.
Since graduating from the Ann Arbor Institute of Massage Therapy in 2003, she has involved herself in many parts of massage. She is a current member of the American Massage Therapy Association and a former member of the AMTA Michigan Chapter Board as the Education Chair.
Wendy was the school administrator and a teacher at the School of Orthopedic Massage and BodyWork. She taught a variety of subjects from anatomy and physiology to deep tissue modalities. At the same time that she started as a school administrator, she started Arbor Wellness, LLC along with Earl Wenk, Eyvonne Crow and current business partner Chris Yee. She has also been part of the massage therapy department in the University of Michigan Hospitals, where she provided in-patient massage services to the medically frail and to the hospital staff.
Her specialties include therapeutic and sports massage, pediatric massage, prenatal (pregnancy) massage as well as TMJ dysfunction. Wendy has received her 2nd level Reiki certification and certification in Pediatric Massage. She feels that Continuing Education is good for her and great for her clients.
Wendy has a great passion for cooking and baking and loves spending time doing it. There may be times when there are baked goods at the office for everyone to try.
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