Discover Your Ayurvedic Element

Ayurveda is an ancient Indian Sanskrit word meaning ‘wisdom of life’. Simply stated, Ayurveda teaches us that balance is the key to good health and youthful beauty.

Discover Your Element

Inspired by the Ayurvedic elements of nature – Earth, Water, Fire and Air – we have created a unique range of natural healing therapies that work to restore your inner balance.

Your personal wildflower essences, crystal energised aromatherapy oils and healing herbals, are all designed to reduce stress, enhance and maintain the positive qualities of YOUR element, and dissolve imbalances; the result is a renewed vitality, energy and well-being, helping you to look and feel more youthful – live a beautiful life !

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Discover your element
Air Element


Freedom of Expression – Sociable – Intellectual

Positive qualities: Good communicators, sociable and people oriented. Mentally active and logical. Ability to handle ideas, words and concepts.

Pattern of imbalances: Overly rational and intellectual, continually thinking and analysing. Easily bored by too much routine.

Earth Element


Contented – Practical – Stable

Positive qualities: Focused, realistic, conventional, sensible, consistent, has fortitude and a mature outlook. Grounded, reliable and security orientated.

Pattern of imbalance: Conservatism, stagnancy, boredom, fault-finding, resenting risk and change, insecurity and depression.

Water Element


Sensitively aware – Emotional – Intuitive

Positive qualities: Sensitive, compassionate, creative, nurturing, helpful. Great empathy and very perceptive.

Pattern of imbalance: Hypersensitive, too dependent, vulnerable, impressionable. Can let emotions rule, lots of tears!

Fire Element


Energetic – Enthusiastic – Goal oriented

Positive qualities: Outgoing, active and hard working. Optimistic, challenge orientated, inspirational, dynamic, friendly, generous, youthful in spirit.

Pattern of imbalance: Insensitive, impatient, quick tempered and irritable – ‘volcanic’. Will take on too much, sometimes resulting in ‘burn out’.