Our Mission Statement 

In designing the Palazzo Beverly Hills, the architectural team worked in consultation with both a Feng Shui Master and Reiki Master Healer to allow the stream of natural light flow through the residence to promote health, wellness and prosperity. The Palazzo Beverly Hills is surrounded by the tranquil natural beauty of the surrounding mountains situated on approximately (4) acres of natural wildlife preserve with tame deer that can be hand fed, beautiful exotic birds and natural flora. The focus of the modern design was to incorporate contemporary minimalism creating a perfect harmony between space, light and energy.  With this ideology, we are able to design a perfectly harmonized space for reiki, yoga, pilates, self-care and wellness, mediation and deep relaxation. 

    Our Commitment to the Environment 

In the recent multi-million dollar renovation of the Palazzo Beverly Hills, we believe that nature plays a significant role in our eco system and must be protected and preserved.  In Feng Shui, trees are a sacred life source often called “the lungs of the Earth,” trees take the carbon dioxide we breathe out and return it to us as oxygen.  Palazzo Beverly Hills was designed around a huge, magnificent, historic and protected approximately 100 year old majestic oak tree. In addition, the Palazzo Beverly Hills harvests a variety of organic fruit including grapefruits, oranges, and lemons. Notably, the Palazzo Beverly Hills main residence completed a multi-million dollar renovation and expansion which included the preservation of these beautiful historic trees across the approx. (4) acres of breathtaking natural wildlife preserve.  Our commitment to an environmentally sustainable and holistic lifestyle is core to our mission statement.

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