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Largest spa network expands in Hunter

Meghann Squire
Meghann Squire
Australia’s largest day spa network is expanding in the Hunter with the region’s third spa to open in Maitland. endota Green Hills will open in March. It will be the 105th endota spa in Australia. Meghann Squire has been appointed the spa’s manager and is setting up her team
Spa owner and Hunter-based business women, speaker and author Shivani Gupta also owns the Newcastle and Westfield Kotara endota spas.
Ms Gupta said Ms Squire was highly experienced and understands the endota philosophy of creating a haven for wellbeing.
Ms Squire has almost 10 years’ experience in the spa industry.
She is currently the Senior Trainer and therapist based at the Kotara spa. Born and raised in the Hunter she has returned after working for endota spas in Queensland.
The spa will be located on Level 1 of the Stockland Green Hills shopping centre at East Maitland which has undergone a $412M redevelopment.
“We’re excited to be part of this redevelopment and to be bringing our leading health and wellness services and products to the people of Maitland and the Lower Hunter,” Ms Gupta said.
Ms Squire said the spa will offer the full range of endota services including massage, facials, beauty services, organic skin-care and beauty products.
“Our endota spa will be a haven where women and men can escape the stresses of the world to relax, rejuvenate and reconnect,” Ms Squire said.
There are now more than 100 endota spas across Australia. The first spa was opened by Melanie Gleeson in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula in 2000. Ms Gleeson still owns and operates the franchise network.