Debra Henrickson Named Spa Director at Tubac Golf Resort & Spa, a Destination Resort in Southern, AZ.

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Debra Henrickson, the new Spa Director at Tubac Golf Resort & Spa embodies vitality, health and wellness. Her extensive education, experience, leadership qualities and engaging personality make her one of Arizona's top Spa Directors.

Debra Henrickson, Spa Director, Tubac Golf Resort & Spa

We are delighted to have one of Arizona's top Spa Directors take the leadership role at Tubac Golf Resort & Spa.

Debra Henrickson has been named Spa Director at the Tubac Golf Resort & Spa. “Debra is talented and engaging and brings a wealth of experience in health and wellness to our spa,” said Linda Cormier general manager of Tubac Golf Resort & Spa. Cormier went on to say, “the Spa is an important asset to our resort guests, our golf club members and to our wedding clientele. Debra is the ideal person for this important position and we are delighted to have her on board.”

Henrickson and her husband moved to Tucson from their home in Oregon in 1998. She managed a staff of 35 employees at Westward Look Resort for 10 years. She has extensive education from the University of Idaho, Oregon School of Massage, and Artistic Beauty College in Tucson and is a Licensed Esthetician, certified yoga instructor and trained in massage therapy. “I’ve always had an interest in health and wellness, and studied anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, and pathology in high school and college,” Henrickson said. “My interest in helping people feel well in their bodies and in their lives was what motivated me to work as a massage therapist for many years. In my role as spa director, I am able to utilize my experience as an esthetician, massage therapist, and certified yoga instructor as well as my business experience to support the guests and the staff in having a great experience while in the spa.”

Designed in stunning Hacienda style, the Spa at Tubac Golf Resort includes six treatment rooms, men’s and women’s locker rooms with sauna and steam, a tranquility lounge and private patio garden complete with a soothing whirlpool. “I feel fortunate to settle into such a beautiful resort with a comfortable and inviting spa,” Henrickson said. “The history and ambiance of the resort lends itself to a great setting for guests to feel comfortable and at ease providing the perfect environment for relaxation and healing to occur.”

The Spa offers an array of services that are thoughtfully designed and range from massage therapy to specialty body treatments, facials, waxing’s, manicures and pedicures. Therapies are designed to meet the guests’ desires and include treatments such as Mesquite Vichy Infusion, Desert Flower Indulgence and Hacienda Embrace to name a few.

About the Resort: A member of Historic Hotels of America, The Tubac Golf Resort & Spa is located at the foot of the Santa Rita Mountains on 600 acres of the historic Otero Ranch. The multi-million renovation highlights the graciousness and elegance of a traditional Mexican Hacienda with all of the amenities of a world-class resort, surrounded by towering cottonwoods and lush green fairways. Tubac Resort & Spa offers 52 Hacienda Suites, 16 Casita Suites, 29 Posada Rooms and The Otero House, surrounding the pool/cabana and mini golf course. Regal meeting and event facilities include six grand meeting rooms, stunning outdoor settings and a mission style chapel totaling over 7,000 square feet. Indulgences include a full-service destination spa and a 27-hole championship golf course. Originally designed by renowned golf course architect Robert “Red” Lawrence and augmented by local course designer Ken Kavanaugh, the immaculately maintained course features tee to green tree-lined fairways which bely its high desert location, as well as spectacular mountain views, all culminating in the famous island green. The resort’s dining choices include Stables Ranch & Grill featuring Southwestern and Spanish inspired menus and La Cantina, the perfect place for a quick bite on the golf course. Just minutes away from the resort is the charming artisan’s village of Tubac, the historic De Anza Trail and Tubac Presidio State Park.

For more information about the Tubac Golf Resort & Spa contact Patti Todd at PTodd(at)TubacGolfResort(dot)com, call 520.398.3532 or visit

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