New self-care haven in Olympic village offering spa and beauty treatments
Tila Huynh, the co-founder of Enhance Arts, had been waiting for an opportunity to open a spa for years, but it wasn’t until the COVID-19 pandemic hit that she found the time and space to make it happen. With her other businesses shuddering to a halt, she couldn’t turn down the chance to get a space in Olympic Village.
“I signed the lease for the space in June, got the keys in July. I strongly felt that I just needed to keep going, although friends and family advised me to stop as the situation was, and is, unstable; no-one knows when life will get back to ‘normal,’” says Huynh. “I was told I’m crazy, but I knew I was doing the right thing.”
She signed the lease when she was nine months pregnant — driven by her passion and undeterred by the concern of her loved ones — and got the keys three days before giving birth to her first child. Enhance Arts was born out of necessity, offering a fresh approach to tried and true spa services, affordably priced facial and massage services, plus high-quality medi spa services including body contouring and face tightening.
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