About Us

OUR STORY STARTS WITH WHAT WE LIKE TO CALL
“BEAUTIFUL THINKING”

Within each of us is a calm, honest voice guiding us towards a better, kinder, more harmonious world. Call it inner wisdom, call it intuition. We simply call it beautiful thinking. Beautiful thinking in a word is Love. It ignites within—radiating out into the world with life-changing empathy, gratitude and generosity.

And we need a lot more of it out there.

This simple idea—bringing more good to the world by bringing more love—is what sparked Love Organic Spa. In this magical space, you can come and rediscover what’s so great about you in the first place. Every sight, sound, scent and touch converges to nurture your own beautiful thinking and reconnect you with your core truth. You’ll feel safe in the hands of stylists and practitioners and yogis who genuinely care to get to know you. Each service is crafted to deepen the bond you have with your own body and spirit. Our all-organic commitment means every product that wraps, soothes, calms or invigorates you is good for the environment and good for your body.

And the love you will participate in here is not just a luxury. It comes with a purpose. Nurturing and caring for ourselves is just the first step in our journey to learn to nurture and care for the world. The love we generate together creates real, honest change. So we commit to give half of our profit to charities that you choose. When you walk out the door, calm and radiating wonderfulness to those around you, that love will then spread out to people who need it the most – thanks to the “money energy” you gave us.

Because if there’s one thing we know about love, it’s that it only takes a little bit of it to change the world.

All you need is…well, you know.

With Love,
Love Organic Salon, Spa & Yoga

Beautiful thought: “The difference between a life lived actively, and a life of passive drifting and dispersal of energies, is an immense difference. Once we begin to feel committed to our lives, responsible to ourselves, we can never again be satisfied with the old, passive way.” –Adrienne Rich