People tend to think about their weight when they’re making New Year’s resolutions or being chased by rival archaeologists across rickety rope bridges. Drop pounds with this voucher.
Choose from Four Options
- $69 for one 20-minute Arasys treatment for one area (a $149 value)
- $134 for one 20-minute Arasys treatment for two areas (a $298 value)
- $199 for three 30-minute Arasys treatments for one area (a $447 value)
- $375 for three 30-minute Arasys treatments for two areas (an $894 value)
Created by the inventor of the pacemacker, the Arasys machine uses frequency wavelengths to mimic the same signal the body sends to the brain when one is lifting weights. But during each treatment, clients won’t have to physically workout. Instead they rest comfortably as the machine tones muscles and boosts the metabolism to foster inch loss. Clients are also left feeling energized and without the worry of lactic acid buildup, a common result of over-exercising or channeling your inner alligator.
Clients can select any area(s) on the body to be treated, such as the love handles, arms, butt, thighs, legs, chest, back, or stomach. Some results are documented on BellaMe Salon’s website.
After spending years working in law, Amy Hansen decided to trade in her suits for a pair of stylist's scissors to pursue her passion in cosmetology. She studied hard, earned her license, and in 2006 opened a salon named for the goal she strives to achieve—BellaMe, or "beautiful me." Amy calls on her diverse talents to field an array of custom styling requests, which have ranged from conservative trims to the short and spiky Kate Gosselin look. The salon embodies Amy's outdoorsy spirit with wood accents and sprays of fresh sunflowers that prune themselves at the mirror when the staff isn't looking. The salon is composed of two separate sections—a three-chair styling room and a spa room with a flat-screen TV—that fill the air with energetic, groovy music.