I will include my original business card.
I've had a steel blue colour theme and the flower was from a picture I took myself.
I am open to an entirely new look and colour theme although I am partial to the steel blue. :)
I am expanding my practice and going from a successful busy homebased studio to a commercial space on a main street (whoo hooo!) so I want to be noticed!
The name Sogo was kind of accidental. Clients would say 'I so need to go for a massage.". I would reply "So, go!". And then it stuck. A few years later I looked up the word "Sogo" and found that it was a Japanese word. ' Sogo (総合) means: total, well rounded, complete, integrated, consolidated, and comprehensive. '
How perfectly fitting!
Words I'd describe as the Sogo experience if this helps with creativity:
concerns heard and addressed
holistic approach to the body, mind, spirit.
high caliber practitioners
quality care, space, treatment upon entering, to reception, to therapist, to leaving.
unconditional care, doesn't matter who you are, what you do, we will approach you with the same openness.
that the client feels like they matter
transition or shift in self after a treatment in a positive way
What it isn't: NOT a clinic, NOT a spa.
What it IS: it's clinical work in a spa-like environment
Sogo is a holistic wellness studio
I do like the idea of simple and clean.
I feel light green and blue are overkill in the wellness scene for logo colours. Blue with tan, orange, or yellow I could likely live with... or none of those! I'm open!
Although my client base is 75% female, I don't want the logo to be overly feminine or cute.
I included a picture of a nautilus because I do like the flow of spirals, I like the concept/symbology of this shell, and I love the colour.
Wow, how's that for input!?