Entrepreneur Sarah Feeney is taking customers on an exciting journey to well-being and vitality via a brand new business – inspired by her own personal health battles.
Sarah has launched the former Just Bananas café in Tavistock under a new brand name, Bowho Life, but it is much more than just a place to eat and drink.
Self-confessed wannabe hippie and wellness enthusiast Sarah is offering customers the chance to share in her personal health journey – and Vertical Plus is also along for the ride.
Plymouth’s leading e-commerce, marketing and design agency is helping Sarah promote the brand via social media marketing strategies and driving traffic to her website www.bowholife.co.uk
Bowho Life was born out of Sarah’s desire to find alternative ways to tackle an eating disorder as she felt she had been failed by conventional treatment methods.
“That’s when my journey began, to find other options to help with my condition,” said Sarah.
“Six years on I am now in a much better place and in that time I have learned so much about how disease can manifest itself and, perhaps most importantly, that healing encompasses body, mind and soul.
“The journey to wellness is a never ending one and I decided I wanted to share my positive experiences with others and help people find their own path to health – and happiness.”
Alongside the café menu of vegan friendly, good foods and healthy treats created from Sarah’s own personal recipes, Bowho Life also offers a range of juice cleanses, as well as wellness and weight loss products, all available to buy via the new website.
Products include a wellness survival kit designed to help customers get their healthier lifestyles back on track and mantra bracelets engraved with empowering and positive messages.
Nicole Sage, Partnership Co-ordinator at Vertical Plus, who is working with Sarah to develop the Bowho brand, said that the company is perfectly placed to capitalise on the continuing growth in healthy eating.
“Bowho is much more than a range of healthy foods though, it’s about a lifestyle, drawing people into a wellness hub, a community supporting each other, as well as pursuing personal health and well-being goals,” said Nicole.
“We are tremendously excited about the potential of Bowho Life.”