Lujene G. Clark, MA, LMT
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Lujene attended Tift College (now part of the Mercer University System) where she majored in business administration and minored in accounting. She also completed training as a CMA. She launched her career in medicine as an medical office manager and physician's office nurse in orthopedics, family practice and OB-GYN. She graduated with honors from Georgia Massage School, is Board Certified in Massage Therapy and licensed in the State of Georgia.
Lujene specializes in Swedish, deep tissue, pain management, injury recovery, neuromuscular and sports massage. She is also a neuromuscular massage therapist for an NFL professional football team. Lujene proudly serves as a Hands for Heroes™ partner who donates her services to veterans and active military. Additionally, she serves as an adjunct Clinical Instructor and Science Instructor (Anatomy & Physiology) at Georgia Massage School, a nationally recognized and award-winning school of massage therapy.
Lujene is a member of The American Academy of Environmental Medicine and in 2005, was awarded their prestigious Carlton Lee Award in recognition of her exemplary efforts in furthering the principles of Environmental Medicine. She was a member of the New York Academy of Sciences and currently a certified member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals.