Get the most out of our Chattanooga wellness spa with membership
The experts agree. Your overall sense of wellbeing can be enhanced if you schedule therapeutic spa therapies on a regular basis. With the membership program now available at Ama Day Spa in Chattanooga, you can do just that – while also enhancing the health of your bank balance!
For only $79 a month, you can receive a monthly spa treatment tailored for you at the leading wellness spa in Chattanooga.
Membership at Ama Spa of Chattanooga includes:
- A 50-minute Membership Service of your choice (with a value of up to $135!)
- A 30% Member Discount on additional spa services and upgrades
- Complimentary parking the day of your service.
- 10% Discount at Spa Boutique 10
- 10% Discount at Whitebird Restaurant (Monday-Thursday only, excludes alcohol)
- 10% Discount at Provisions (alcohol not included)
For your Membership Service*, you may choose from two of the most popular and potentially most therapeutic spa therapies in Chattanooga:
A custom-pressure massage, this treatment incorporates reflexology and aromatherapy to promote a state of relaxation.
A results-driven facial, this treatment is customized to your skins needs and includes a firming masque to unveil a youthful glow.
*A 22% service fee will be added to your total based on the value of the service you receive. Membership may be redeemed for the listed services only. May not be combined with other offers.
In addition to the exclusive discounts at The Edwin Hotel in downtown Chattanooga and at our day spa, membership itself can enhance your wellness!
According to Community Healthy & Wellness’ The Belonging Guide, a sense of belonging is important to good health. “Connected and caring communities keep people well. If you feel you belong to a community, and that community makes you feel valued and accepted, you’re more likely to be healthy. In fact, research shows that not only do our connections to others and the strength of those relationships make us less likely to suffer from poor health, strong social networks encourage engagement to community and willingness to take action.”