After years in the medical malpractice underwriting industry, Diane Lynch decided she needed a change.
“I found that a professional massage was a great way for me to decompress from everyday stressors,” Lynch says. “So much so that I made a major career change and went back to school at Lansing Community College
in pursuit of my therapeutic massage certification.”
After working with various local massage and wellness companies for a few years, Lynch decided it was time to open her own business. Her new company, CitySpa
, recently opened on Grand River near Downtown East Lansing.
“When I started looking for a place of my own, it was a stroke of good luck to find a beautiful office suite directly across from my alma mater, Michigan State University,” Lynch says. “I love the hustle and bustle of Grand River Avenue in East Lansing where city life is always new and exciting.”
Lynch also chose the 600 square foot location for its relaxing environment, including skylights, vaulted ceiling, a spacious waiting room and two treatment rooms. Lynch offers therapeutic massage, couples massage, reflexology, facials, body wraps, raindrop therapy and more.
“I care deeply about my work and that my clients not only find it relaxing but effective in addressing their soft tissue musculoskeletal issues,” says Lynch. “I continually strive to offer the latest and most effective techniques in my work.”