The Great Escape: Asha Spa Day

Looking to spend a relaxing day without the kids? Enjoy spa and salon treatments at Asha for 50 percent off before March 1.

Need a break from the stresses of your daily life?  Asha, an Aveda lifestyle salon and spa, is offering a deal you can’t afford to miss.  The spa and salon are cutting prices in half.  Make a reservation and receive 50 percent off any service before March 1.

But the deal gets better.  Visit the salon and spa before March 1 and receive 50 percent off of three more services before June 1.  Even better is their second option, which allows a customer to select a series of six or 12 of the same services before March 1 and receive 50 percent off all of those services through 2011. 

Located right in the heart of Evanston, Asha offers a variety of services in both their salon and spa.  The salon menu presents a wide range of hair, makeup, and nail options, including their unique retexturizing services and specialty treatments for hair. The spa’s menu is a little bit more in-depth with a variety of skin care, facial, massage, waxing, and tanning services.  The spa’s most unique feature is its special treatment menu for mommies and brides to be.

Can’t get a babysitter? Asha also offers kids care while customers enjoy a day at the spa or salon (or both!).  The Rainforest Room is available for children aged eight weeks to eight years seven days per week.  Parents must reserve a spot for their children in advance.

Unlike other spas and salons, Asha is on the second floor, making it a quiet and relaxing environment.  The salon is open, with manicure and pedicure stations parallel to hair styling stations.  The treatment rooms are located in the back, separate from the salon.  In the treatment rooms, the spa plays delicate music and lights aromatherapy candles, soothing the mind and body.  One day at Asha will make any customer feel calm and stress-free.

Editor's Note: The Great Escape is a weekly feature highlighting a local place where people can go to unwind and get away. The businesses mentioned were selected by the editorial staff and have not paid for this column in any way.


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