BeBalanced in Minnetonka Partners with Local Non-Profit
MINNETONKA, Minn. (Apr. 18, 2017) – BeBalanced Hormone Weight Loss Centers, headquartered in Lancaster, Pa., has officially opened its first Minnesota location to the public in Minnetonka, and will celebrate its grand opening on Thursday, May 4. BeBalanced helps women who are facing hormone imbalances through Natural Hormone Balancing, which allows better sleep, improved mood, significant weight loss, and more. The company is partnering with non-profit Dress for Success Twin Cities as a way to give back within the community, and enhance the overall well-being of local women’s lives.
Local resident, Lane Peterson, spearheads BeBalanced’s Minnetonka location. Peterson, a former VP for an advertising agency, has been a participant in the program through the original office in Lancaster, Pa. She has seen tremendous success, which is why she left her executive role to open her own center.
“I knew that I needed to move away from advertising and do something that made a difference in someone’s life. I set out to find a franchise, specifically that was health conscious and could benefit residents in the community,” said Lane Peterson, owner of the Minnetonka BeBalanced location. “I decided on BeBalanced Hormone Weight Loss Centers after trying their program for two weeks and seeing immediate results. I was totally wowed and knew I wanted to help women and men discover the life changing program that BeBalanced has become for me.”
BeBalanced Founder Dawn Cutillo, author of The Hormone “Shift”, has more than 28 years’ experience working with women, helping them to become the best versions of themselves, by naturally balancing the three core hormones: progesterone, estrogen and cortisol. The proprietary Becoming Balanced program gives women the tools to lose stubborn fat quickly, while simultaneously resolving other hormone-related symptoms with mood, sleep and energy. Clients experience dramatic transformation not only in the mirror, but also through overall physical well-being and mental clarity.
“Partnering with BeBalanced is a natural fit for our organization as we both believe in empowering women to become the best version of themselves,” said Stephanie Silvers, executive director of Dress for Success Twin Cities. “We look forward to collaborating with BeBalanced on community events that will help us make an impact on women across the region.”
Dress for Success Twin Cities empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. The organization offers high touch, high impact career and workplace skills development programs for low income women to help them achieve career advancement, career stability and economic sustainability. Learn more about their programs by visiting //twincities.dressforsuccess.org.
The BeBalanced center is officially open to the public with a grand opening celebration to take place May 4. The center is located at 14525 Highway 7, Suite 150 and is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Tuesday, Thursday from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. For more information on BeBalanced, click here or call (952)-938-3748.
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Lakeshore Weekly News: In an interview called Three Qs, Owner Lane Peterson shares her own personal story and why she choose to become a Franchise owner of BeBalanced. Why did Lane settle on BeBalanced?
“I tried the program first, because I wanted to be able to stand behind it as a business owner and be able to say that it truly worked. I suffered from horrible hormonal symptoms for years, and within a month on this program I lost 15 pounds and was feeling better than I had in 20 years. The program helps women who are suffering from some of those hormone-related symptoms, like PMS and symptoms related to menopause, re-set and balance their estrogen and progesterone levels, and the program’s diet is made up of simple, healthy food that anyone can pick up on their regular trips to the grocery store. It’s a program that I can say truly changed my life.”