• About Davonna Willis

  • Davonna Willis is the Owner of Blue Skye’s Massage Clinic. Her credentials are as follows: Certified Athletic Trainer, Licensed Massage Therapist and Health Educator. She has been in the health and wellness field for over 13 years. Davonna has a degree in Athletic Training from Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH, worked with various sports teams in collegiate settings, physical therapy clinics and orthopedic doctor’s offices.

    Davonna attended the Swedish Institute in New York City receiving her Associates of Occupational Studies in Massage Therapy. She was also an instructor in the Massage Therapy program at Pima Medical Institute in Mesa, AZ.

  • Lastly, she holds a Master’s Degree from Teacher’s College, Columbia University in New York City in Health Education, worked for many non-profits using her health education knowledge in those entities, as well as for her student athletes, patients, and clients.

    As a result of her knowledge and experiences, she uses all these attributes in her business. 

    She is was an instructor at the Healing Arts Connection teaching “Sports Massage” and “Postural Integration to Relieve Pain thru Therapeutic Massage” continuing education courses for Licensed Massage Therapist. She is currently an Athletic Director for Thurmanetics in Phoenix and is responsible for the development and oversight of athletic and activity programs

  • Davonna's Interview on Business Innovators Magazine

  • Bestselling Author

    Davonna Willis was declared a bestselling author for her contribution about oncology massage to the 5th edition of Local Business Mavericks released on Amazon in April, 2016. The popular business book hit multiple bestseller lists.

    Local Business Mavericks, is a compilation of one on one interviews with some of the top entrepreneurs in their industry. Mrs. Willis and her fellow co-authors each reveal strategies for helping their clients overcome the toughest obstacles and barriers to their success and demonstrate their clear expertise in their respective fields.