Losing weight is a challenge almost as difficult as reading an entire dictionary or climbing a tree that’s covered in canola oil. Take an expert approach to tackling the task of slimming down with today's Groupon to Vitality Wellness Center in Keizer. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get one half-hour infrared-sauna treatment (a $50 value).
- For $55, you get three half-hour infrared-sauna treatments (a $135 value).
- For $62, you get five half-hour infrared-sauna treatments (a $175 value).
Vitality Wellness Center stimulates the body's natural processes and burns calories with infrared-sauna treatments. During each sauna session, clients can burn up to 600 calories as their heart rate rises, metabolism increases, and innate superpowers emerge under light from a red sun. Blood pressure decreases as capillary flow speeds up from a normal 5–7 quarts per minute to as much as 13 quarts per minute, shedding stored toxins and easing the pain of rheumatoid arthritis in the process. The caring staff of Vitality Wellness Center supplies clients with reading materials, plays soft music, or decorates treatment rooms like their childhood homes to pass the time pleasantly. Guests receive cool, moist towels to rub down bodies after sweat sessions, and most clients find a bathing suit to be most appropriate and comfortable for visits.
Vitality Wellness Center
The team of trainers and aestheticians at Vitality Wellness Center helps guests restore beauty both inside and out with an array of services tailored to fitness, skincare, and mental well-being. Zumba, yoga, and belly-dance workouts take place in an airy studio with wooden floors, colorful murals, and a smoothie bar, allowing students to replenish lost electrolytes and continue campaigns of eradication against perfidious fruit. An on-site infrared sauna revs metabolisms, and body wraps purge toxins by enveloping limbs in mud, aloe vera, and seaweed. Vitality Wellness Center's aestheticians further pursue the center’s relaxing mission by sloughing dead skin cells from faces and dusty masquerade disguises during skin-pampering facials.