Spa Treatments

East Mountain Massage is excited to bring the Spa experience!

The Treatments are combining CMTO approved massage therapy techniques and hydro therapy, with aroma therapy. They are offered by Lisa Wilson RMT at our Brucedale location. to reserve your spot today!

Thai Stem facial benefits

Why is East Mountain Massage including Thai Stem Facials as treatments?

A lot of our patients have common complains: Migraines, Headaches and Tension Headaches, those who are having difficulties sleeping, or even have been diagnosed with or just experience high anxiety. Massage therapy alone has been scientifically proven to aide in reducing and in some cases completely alleviated these issues. By adding some herbal healing to the mix, it will increase the natural healing effects.

The way Thai Stem is applied by steaming the stems, which adds hot hydrotherapy, opening the pores up to allow the herbal contents to be absorbed into the skin and giving the patient a relaxing experience while the herbs are doing their healing.


Reduces headaches/migraines
Moisturizes your skin
Rebalancing pH levels
Adding antioxidants and vitamins (coconut base)
Omega 6, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and vit B & E (Sesame oil)
Anti-inflammatory (Turmeric)

The benefits of Bases and Herbs


Hibiscus with Rosehip: Both herbs contain high levels of flavonoids and other antioxidants, and rosehips are an excellent source of vitamin C. A tea made from rosehips and hibiscus has been said to help lower your blood pressure, support your immune system, and treat cancer.

Eucalyptus: When applied to skin for revitalizing benefits, when inhaled easing congestion.

Lemon balm, or “Melissa officinalis,” is an herb belonging to the mint family. It’s a strong anti-inflammatory and has antibacterial action. Lemon balm is classified as being calming, soothing, healing and tightening on the skin, whilst also stimulating circulation. It is thought to be great for acne and sunburned skin.

Peppermint: when used as aromatherapy can help with calming of the nervous system. When applied to the skin it helps relieve joint and muscle pain associated with sprains, strains, and rheumatoid arthritis. When ingested it helps to speed and ease digestion (and which may also support healthy cholesterol levels).

Lavender: Applied topically, Lavender is frequently used to reduce the appearance of skin imperfections. Add to bath water to soak away stress or apply to the temples and the back of the neck. Add a few drops of Lavender to pillows, bedding, or bottoms of feet to relax and prepare for a restful night’s sleep.

Pomegranate: The Middle Eastern fruit is claimed to be effective against heart disease, high blood pressure and inflammation. It also contains vitamins A, C and E, iron, and other antioxidants (notably tannins).

Green Tea:  Antibacterial and Anti-Inflammatory Properties, Fight the Signs of Aging, helps treat Oily Skin, Eliminate Acne and Blackheads, it’s a gentle Exfoliator and helps reduce Eye Puffiness

Turmeric: used as a face mask to help reduce acne and any resulting scars. The anti-inflammatory qualities can target your pores and calm the skin. Turmeric is also known to reduce scarring. This combination of uses may help your face clear up from acne breakouts


Oatmeal baths also soften and moisturize your skin, which helps lock in moisture and protect skin from exterior irritants.” Face wash: Oatmeal contains chemicals known as saponins that are characterized by their intense cleansing properties

Coconut stem: Moisturizing, anti-aging, and anti-viral properties. It’s a powerful moisturizer that also helps to strengthen skin tissue more deeply and eliminate dead skin cells while quickly being absorbed into your skin

Coconut oil: helps to delay the occurrence of wrinkles because it has antioxidant vitamin E, known to protect the skin cells from damage over time. The Vit E also soothes eczema, psoriasis, and sunburns. The anti-viral/anti-fungal benefits help treat bug bites. It has 3 fatty acids: Capric acid, lauric acid and caprylic acid. Each of these acids kills candida, a common cause of fungal infection on your skin

Sesame Stem: It has a powerful antioxidant, it possesses anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. It brings the blood and nourishment to your skin.

Sesame oil: This oil is rich in omega 6, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and vit B & E which have been used as products of beautification. it can provide you with glowing skin by maintaining skin flexibility, keeping it soft and supple.

BC Glacier Clay: Found in a remote region of coastal British Columbia, Glacial Bay’s marine clay deposits are inter-tidal and submerged in clean Pacific seawater. They are refreshed with micro-nutrients, which has been proven to be very beneficial for skin and body care. The clay has a neutral pH balance of 6.9 and has high levels of beneficial minerals in conjunction with low heavy metals. The combination of which is ideal for skin and hair, detoxification and many other skin and body care uses.

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The scent of cocoa creates a relaxing atmosphere and has a calming effect. It can cause feelings of europhia, which can help with anxiety and depression. The antioxidant found in chocolate massage helps the skin retain moisture long after the massage is over.

Hydrates, nourishes, and locks moisture into skin.
Softens skin, promotes healthier feet, and increases circulation

What is Paraffin? Paraffin wax is a form of moist heat application. The heat from the paraffin helps reduce pain and stiffness in the joints. It can help increase circulation, relaxes spastic muscles and moisturizes the skin.

It is especially beneficial for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia.

Add paraffin to your treatments for $20 or choose the different packages that have paraffin added to it!