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 this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$129 for a weight-loss spa package (a $270 total value)
- Slimming body wrap (a $150 value)
- Ultrasonic fat-reduction treatment for one area (a $120 value)<p>
$149 for a weight-loss spa and gym package (a $648 total value) * Slimming body wrap (a $150 value) * Ultrasonic fat-reduction treatment for one area (a $120 value) * Four-week fitness package (a $299 value) * Weight-loss and nutrition consultation (a $79 value)<p>
The four-week fitness package includes: * Functional movement screening and assessment * 24/7 gym access * Unlimited team personal training * Unlimited spin, Pilates reformer, and ballet barre classes<p>
During the two-hour herbal slimming body wrap, clients are swathed in herb-infused mud and wrapped tightly in elastic bands to detox the body and contour their shape. Ultrasonic therapy saturates the body with sonic vibrations that stimulate collagen production and destabilize subcutaneous fat on the face, hips, or thighs.
Women's Only Workout
The all-female clientele at Women's Only Workout sweats in solidarity during more than 15 types of fitness classes or individual workouts in the fully equipped gym. Members get 24-hour access to exercise machines, free weights, and gym facilities, as well as personal training, boot camp, or group fitness classes.
Nationally certified instructors push physiques through Pilates maneuvers atop floor mats, building core strength more effectively than a reinforced-concrete jerkin. Pedals whiz as legs strive to crest hills during spin sessions, and Zumba's Latin-infused dance steps shimmy off calories with a sassy cardio workout. In the candlelit yoga class, students arch into limb-lengthening tableaus to ramp up flexibility and cast more complicated shadow animals onto softly glowing walls. Other classes include step, total-body conditioning, and Nia—an adaptable variant of nonimpact aerobics that melds martial arts, dance, and yoga.