Spring Into Self-Care

Loon Lake welcomes a new business to the community, just off  highway 395. Lisa Clements, LMP, brings you the Loon Lake Spa. Celebrating its grand opening on March 13th, they hosted an open tour of their cozy space

Clements is a nationally board certified, licensed massage therapist in both Washington and Idaho. She has a strong background in hospitality and spa management. As a resident of Loon Lake, Clements recognizes the need for quality, affordable spa services within the Stevens & Spokane county areas.

Loon Lake Spa offers professional licensed massage therapy, and everything you need to have for a day of relaxation. With an array of unique spa services, you can be assured of an experience that is beneficial, and will have measurable results on both mind and body.  

Lisa Clements has been a Licensed Massage Practitioner (LMP) since 2004. “I really became interested in massage therapy because I wanted to tour with bands as a therapist, and went on to do just that.” However, 2020 brought changes, and with COVID-19 lockdowns, bands could no longer tour. 

 “I recognized a need for convenient, affordable, quality massage and spa services,” said Clements, and she’s doing just that. Once bands are able to start touring again, Clements plans to resume the traveling work when she’s not at the spa.

Now is a great time to book your spa experience, or if you want to give the gift of massage, the Loon Lake Spa also has gift certificates available.

Contact Lisa at the Loon Lake Spa to set up an appointment or learn more about her services. 

Loon Lake Spa is conveniently located just off highway 395 at Loon Lake’s “Four-Corners.”

3944 WA-292 Suite No. 3

For more information:

Website: Loonlakespa.com

Phone: (Call or Text) 628-222-0274

Email: [email protected]

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