The Mystic Masala Aromatherapy has opened it's flagship store in Vancouver. Selling exquisite aromatherapy products and also offering Indian Head Massages.
Online PR News – 14-August-2014 – Vancouver, BC – A quaint little green cottage that looks like it was built for fairies, elves and hobbits, this charming historical location which use to serve as a post office in 1898 for the Grandview- Woodlands neighbourhood in Vancouver has been transformed into an aromatic small business, The Mystic Masala Aromapothecary. Owner Glynnis Osher, aka ‘The Spice Mistress’, originally from South Africa, moved to Vancouver 9 years ago from New York City. Two months after she moved, Osher entered the Small Business BC contest where she was chosen as one of the 5 winners. This persuaded Glynnis to begin her small wholesale/online business and then in April 2014 transforming her dreams into reality and creating a unique retail aromapothecary store. Selling her 'potions and lotions’ which are rooted in the Ayurvedic healing arts, Glynnis has drawn her inspiration from the story “The Mistress of Spices”, a novel by Chitra Banerjee, which tells of a woman who heals her customers using her mystical knowledge of the spices.
This special spot on 1723 Grant Street just off Commercial Drive in Vancouver, offers the public 100% natural aromatherapy candles, massage oils, spice blends, perfume oils and other aromatic goodies.