July 2013 Spotlight Therapist

ImageDebra Clift, LMT graduated from UC San Diego in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts; major in Psychology and minor in Spanish literature. After graduating from The Massage Institute of Memphis in September 2012 she applied for and received her Tennessee Massage License. She has begun expanding her knowledge and education by taking courses in Cupping Therapy with a local licensed acupuncturist and Myofascial Release Therapy with John Barnes, an internationally renowned therapist and instructor; and will continue taking other courses to allow her to offer a more varied and professional massage.

Debbie also finds joy in giving back to her community by doing volunteer massage for various organizations, including the PKD Foundation. 
She is an animal lover who will go to great lengths to help animals in need of homes and shelter.  (But she has a full house so please don’t call her about an animal in need… ;-).  )

As a child in a military family she moved frequently. Ms. Clift traveled extensively with her job as a Flight Attendant for Pan American Airways and Northwest Airlines. She worked as an Office Manager for a local aviation asset management company for five years; receiving the CEO Award her second year with the company. Ms. Clift has called Memphis home since 1995 after moving to Memphis for her job with Northwest Airlines.

Eighteen years as a Flight Attendant and five years as an Office Manager allowed Ms. Clift to develop exceptional customer service skills. These skills, along with her excellent training at The Massage Institute of Memphis help her to anticipate and exceed clients’ needs by provide caring, therapeutic, relaxing massage.

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