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refresh + reflect with our positive juice

we’ve worked with mindfulness guru michael townsend williams to come up with our positive juice – a natural juice filled with refreshing powers to feed the mind, body and soul

refresh + reflect with our positive juice

we’ve worked with mindfulness guru michael townsend williams to come up with our positive juice – a natural juice filled with refreshing powers to feed the mind, body and soul

our blend of pineapple, apple, lime, spinach and cucumber is 100% raw and packed with vitamins and antioxidants (as well as tasting great!)…

 
  • pineapple delivers a dose of serotonin, a mood-enhancer that also encourages good-quality sleep

  • apple isn’t just full of fibre and antioxidants; it contains stress-fighting quercetin

  • as well as waking up your tastebuds, lime battles fatigue with vitamin C
  • iron-rich spinach moves oxygen around your body, so you feel strong and motivated
  • cucumber’s vitamin B is energising + stops you from feeling sleepy 

 

we make lots of other fresh juices ­­– squeezed, pulped and poured fresh to order ­– to help you think and drink positive

 

 

how to feel better + brighter


feed your soul as well as your body by trying out these top tips by mindfulness guru michael townsend williams. michael is an expert in helping people to de-stress and lead happier, more productive lives

breathe

breathe slowly from your belly, in and out through the nose, breathing out more than you breathe in. this will lower your blood pressure, relax your muscles and calm your mind. just one minute can make a big difference

get outside

get some fresh air and go for a walk in nature. even gentle exercise like this lights up your brain and lifts your mood

sleep

regularly getting seven to eight hours sleep is one of the best ways to feel more positive and energised. create a bedtime ritual: take a long candle-lit bath, switch off your electronic devices, massage your feet, read an inspiring book and breathe yourself to sleep. zzzz…

declutter

make space for the new by decluttering your mental and physical worlds. empty your head by writing down everything on your mind, and keep your space at home and work clean and clear

be happy

researchers around the world have found that five things really do make us happier: 1. connecting more to others 2. being more active 3. noticing the world around you 4. learning 5. giving to others

disconnect

turn off your phone for one day a week, switch off notifications as often as possible and never take your phone into your bedroom 

eat mindfully

before you eat, take time to enjoy the colours, scents and shapes of what’s in front of you. think about everyone who’s been involved with the journey of your food. take small bites, savour the flavours and eat slowly. you’ll notice a positive effect on your enjoyment, digestion and energy levels

laugh

watching a comedy, reading a silly book or having fun with friends can release mood-boosting endorphins. indeed, laughing is the most fun way to keep your mind and body healthy – even if it’s laughing at yourself now and again

be positive

we’re more likely to remember negative situations, as it's our brains way of keeping us safe. so the next time something positive happens, spend at least 15 to 20 seconds taking it in so that it's more likely to seep into your memory

listen to music

nothing shifts your mood more quickly than music. when you're feeling down, get up, put on your favourite sounds and dance like no-one's watching