Stacee Sellers gets handsy

For $200 you can get a 90-minute signature massage in the comfort of your D.C. area hotel room from former Washougal Mayor Stacee Sellers.

The former Clark County mayor known for her questionable use of a city credit card during her visit to the Eye Candy Lounge and other Las Vegas restaurants has finally resurfaced.

In August 2010, Sellers started a massage therapy business called a la paix on the potomac (which translates to “peace on the Potomac”), according to the business-oriented social networking site LinkedIn.

Sellers provides “massage, health products and services in an innovative and creative way” in the Washington, D.C., area, according to Sellers’ LinkedIn profile.

She also touts her “assured and effective management” and “proficiency in all documentation/record maintenance/paperwork to ensure accuracy and patient confidentiality.”

The company website says a la paix caters to “the business professional who doesn’t have the time to visit the spa or massage clinic, or prefers to enjoy a massage in the comfort and privacy of their home, office or hotel suite.”


Services include a 15-minute chair massage for $20, a 60-minute deep tissue massage for $140, a 90-minute sports massage for $210 and a 45-minute sugar scrub for $85.

Sellers obtained her massage therapy certificate last year from the National Massage Therapy Institute, according to her profile.

She also anticipates completing her Bachelor of Arts degree in intelligence studies from American Public University System, an online institution, this year. She lists interviewing techniques, public relations, U.S. intel community and Arabic as related activities.

So it appears after the tense and stressful final months of Sellers’ reign in Washougal, the former mayor finally found peace.

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