Please note that the word ayusana has a profound meaning. it stands for:
Ayus (sanskrit for - long life)
Sana (latin for - healthy)
and therewith already combines the fact that this is Traditional Indian medicine (thousands of years old), but also exercised in a way that appeals to the westernised lifestyle and combines it with western medicine.
Furthermore, if you read it backwards:
Anasuya - stands for one of most sacred indian female sages, the literal meaning is "free from envy and pride", but it also stands for her infinite compassion, her benevolence, her generosity and the special powers she had. Freely interpreted it means "you hold within all the power and potential, you are one with the universe"
Please note that in general Ayurveda is something very individual, no treatment of an illness is treated the same way, as it always depends on who the person is and what the story behind their discomfort is.
It is very important that the logo needs to reflect, professionalism and sophistication, whilst at the same time containing warmth and comfort. I embrace meditation, yoga, spirituality etc. and they are an essential part of a balanced and healthy life, so this lightly spiritual character should somehow be tangible, nevertheless it is utterly important that my practice stands for a "down-to-earth" practice, based on long studies of western and indian medicine and not esotericism.