A fresh new start has been underway in the Albury central business district with wellness haven Endota Spa now operating under new ownership.
Since taking over the Kiewa Street business in September last year, new owners Robyn Fox and Keegan Dyt have been busy refurbishing, training and sharing their skills with existing and new clients.
“Existing clients have welcomed us with open arms and are really loving the new life being injected into the space,” said Robyn.
The spa has a newly upgraded relaxation lounge, reception area and four treatment rooms, including a couple’s room with a spacious spa tub.
“Our staff have undergone ‘next level’ training in a range of signature massage, facial and beauty offerings unique to Endota,” she said.
The new owners say, however, that the cosmetic enhancements are just a small part in their future plans for the business.
“Our goal has always been to create a space where every person feels comfortable to walk in the door and know they will receive a quality experience,” said Keegan.
“But the bigger picture is to educate our guests in self-care on the days that they aren’t here with us.
“We live in a world where we rarely disconnect, so it’s very important that we take time to do the things that recharge us, and our future plans will revolve around education in this area.”
We live in a world where we rarely disconnect, so it’s very important that we take time to do the things that recharge us and our future plans will revolve around education in this area.Keegan Dyt
While balance is key, there appears to be little rest in sight for the new owners.
Alongside renovations and future plans, the business has also secured finalist positions in the 2018 Albury Wodonga Business Awards.
At a gala event being held this Friday night, Endota Spa will be vying for the winning gong in two categories.
These are “Outstanding Micro Business” and “Employer of Choice”.
“We are so pleased with where our business is now, and the nomination process was a great way to reflect on our success so far.
“To win would be a great achievement, but in the meantime we remain driven and excited to be on this journey,” said Robyn.