. Overview of Tranquini Positively Relaxed activity in South Africa – TranQuini

Overview of Tranquini Positively Relaxed activity in South Africa

Tranquini has been positively active in South Africa engaging people to de-stress and be actively relaxed when they need it most. Tranquini Mixed Berries and Tranquini Green Tea Twist are available at Pick n Pay (one of the top trade chains) nationwide, pharmacy Dis-Chem, petrol station Freshstop at Caltex and regionally at Spar, Checkers/Shoprite and selected petrol stations like Engen and BP. Tranquini is also available in online shops Dis-Chem and Lifestyle Shop Online:



At work, where consumers tend to be most stressed, Tranquini helped to de-stress for over 24 000 office workers at various occasions during the last few months in many office parks in Johannesburg and Pretoria.

Tranquini is enhancing relaxation of travelers before flight at Slow Lounge in 4 premium airports across the country – Johannesburg (Domestic & International), Cape Town and Durban.

Tranquini brings positive relaxation to runners during Trail Adventure events; to more than 15,000 runners in Gauteng since September 2016.

Tranquini reinforced positive relaxation of the top financial institutions’ teams during The RISK Africa yacht regatta in October 2016 when they competed in a sailing team building exercise over the weekend in Cape Town. The participants found Tranquini to be a pleasing drink which calms the nerves before the competition.

During the summer season, we took people to practice sunrise and sunset yoga with the calming effect of Tranquini during Flow Collective yoga classes series throughout December 2016. We went along the coasts at popular holiday destination, Plett, Kenton & St Francis to bring healthy lifestyle relaxation ways to holidaymakers.

We also shared Tranquini during The Om Revolution outdoor yoga series studio ? practicing yoga in gardens and beaches across Cape Town, at sunrise and sunset.

During December it was great to share Tranquini Positively Relaxed with people along the coast covering 1000 kilometers at the famous Garden Route stops: Cape Town ? George ? Knysna ? Plettenberg Bay ? St Francis ? Jeffrey?s Bay ? Port Elizabeth ? Kenton-on-Sea ? Port Alfred ? East London.

Heather Hook, a writer, radio and media personality shares her positive experiences with Tranquini in media:




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