About Us

Our mission is to enable a complete holistic lifestyle through natural and sustainable means. We seek to provide the best modern alternative to all your daily needs, starting with bath and bodycare products. 

We realized that taking a bath can be a deeply healing and intimate experience. More importantly, we understood that everyone needs that experience more than ever right now. We hope to share a small piece of this spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical healing with you through our organic herbal bath tea blends.

Let’s take a bath!

Nelson comes from a creative and technical background, working in the tech industry for a decade. He has experience in engineering, digital media, event production, sales, marketing and is adept at leading teams. After personally experiencing the benefits of Bath Tea that helped provide relief for his eczema, he hopes to advocate for the natural holistic lifestyle as an option to the allopathic approach of the medical industry. He believes that a higher power has already provided solutions to all ailments in natural form found on this earth. In 2021, he left his full-time employment to take Mohenjo to the next level.

Alison has a varied background in holistic living. In 2013, she walked El Camino de Santiago - a pilgrimage across Spain - solo, and returned home to complete a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training. Both of these events kick-started her spiritual awakening. When she went vegan 8+ years ago, she began learning about nutrition and living a more natural lifestyle - eating organic foods and making more non-toxic choices in her purchases. Shortly thereafter, she completed Reiki training through the Master level. After moving to Austin, TX in 2015, she acquired training in the grocery industry in the Wellness department of a local co-op. There she learned about vitamins and supplements, natural bodycare, and herbal medicine. In January of 2020, she began studying Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, but the program went virtual months later due to the plandemic. After a few semesters she decided to drop out of the program, and just a couple months later, Mohenjo was born.