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Red T Spa opens in Smokey Point

 

Christopher Andersson

Red T Spa owner Thi Vogl, left, and Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert, right, cut the ribbon to the Smokey Point Red T Spa on May 12.

High-end spa and salon treatment is now available near Smokey Point at the Red T Spa, which held their ribbon cutting on May 12.

They are located at 3710 168th Ave NE #B104 in the Pilchuck Plaza behind Razzals Grill and Sports Bar.

The spa offers a variety of services including massage, full-body massage, pedicure, facials, waxing hair treatment and hair coloring.

Packages range from 30 minutes to two hours typically, said Thi Vogl, owner of the Red T Spa.

Vogl said that her clients have enjoyed the spa's customer service and the spa in general.

"I'm so happy whenever a customer comes through my door and they are impressed," said Vogl.

"I couldn't be more happy when my customer is around me," she said. "Every single day I see people come in my door and give a hug or a big smile."

Her customers say that Vogl helps them feel beautiful on the outside and the inside, she said.

Vogl also likes to work closely with customers, sitting down and working to plan with them, she said.

"They give me different ideas," she said. "It's so important for me to do more."

Her team is also encouraged to improve as well and she said having a happy staff makes everyone's day shorter.

"When your team is the best, it is easy to go to work," she said.

Vogl aims for a high-end spa experience at the Red T Spa.

"I want to take care of each customer. I may charge more money than others out there, but I am giving good quality and the best services," she said.

She has kept her business in Arlington because she enjoys the community, she said.

"I live in Bellevue, but I want a business here because I love the people here," she said. "It's so country and warmhearted, I love it."

Vogl is an immigrant to the country.

"I come here and I feel so much warmth," she said.

Opening a spa and owning a business were some of her goals when she was younger that she is now achieving.

"It was my personal dream when I was small," said Vogl. "Growing up in very poor country, but the beauty was in my heart, so when I had a chance I went to school and became a hair stylist."

Eventually she worked her way to owning the Red T Spa.

"I worked hard to open my own business and make it happen, so I'm here today," she said.

Vogl said she loves the community she is in and that "hopefully I bring more happiness to the town."

More information about the Red T Spa is available at redtspa.com.

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