juice cleanse with Lucy Peel

Wildhive Restorative Retreat

29th Sept - 2nd Oct

5 Day Juice Cleanse Retreat

We welcome Lucy Peel (BSc Naturopathy / MSc Nutritional Therapy) who brings many years' experience of juice cleanses - both for her own health and with her clients in a retreat setting. Lucy is very excited about sharing her programme and passion with you in these beautiful surroundings and as part of the team at Wildhive.

Lucy’s naturopathic approach is about helping people get back into balance, and her intention in hosting a retreat at Wildhive is to give guests the space and tools to re-connect with themselves. An experienced naturopath and nutritional therapist, Lucy will be on hand throughout the retreat to provide emotional support and guidance, aiding guests to get the very best out of it.

Gavin, our resident Yoga instructor and Sound Therapist, Sarah will be working in partnership with Lucy to create a holistic programme of wellbeing.

The programme is designed as a gentle cleanse on the digestive system and a proper rest for mind and body. You will be one of a small group, guided and supported by Lucy.

You will be drinking organic vegetable juices and mineral broths to support and nourish your body during the cleanse. Your retreat will include taking nutritional and herbal supplements designed to heal and cleanse the gut. As part of your stay, you will receive some lovely treatments, such as a liver supporting castor oil pack.

There will also be walks in the beautiful surroundings of the Peak District, sound healing and gentle yoga classes and guided meditations with Gavin and Sarah. Daily workshops will include making up a personalised Bach Flower Remedy blend and how to support a healthy gut.

You will arrive in time for a light dinner of delicious organic plant foods before the cleanse starts the following day.  You will be guided through the next 4 days and then finish the fast with a light evening meal on the fourth day and breakfast the following morning before departing.

You will be instructed on a pre-cleanse diet to follow for 5 days before the programme and also be given advice as to what to eat after the cleanse.



Sarah is a qualified Sound practitioner with a teaching background in language. A natural communicator with an energising spirit.

GAVIN ~ yoga instructor

Gavin is our resident yoga instructor and guides participants with encouragement and a friendly non-judgemental approach.

your surroundings

Wildhive Callow Hall

A stay at Wildhive, surrounded by nature will do wonders to restore and revitalise you.

Nestled in 35 acres of gardens and woodland, our homely retreat is the perfect place to switch off and enjoy a much needed escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. There are plenty of peaceful spots within our grounds to breathe the fresh Derbyshire air and enjoy a quiet moment.

Physical exercise is a great way to combat stress and there are numerous trails and cycle paths on our doorstep and across the wider Peaks. Lucy will be accompanying those who wish to join her on a walk to discover the wild and natural landscape of the Peaks.

The Coach House features a yoga studio and two treatment rooms offering massages, facials and hand/feet treatments plus an interactive gym. Treatments can be arranged for an additional charge.

The retreat will encourage time to simply rest and relax as much as possible.


your stay

Woodland Hives

You will be staying in one of the lovely Hives tucked away in the woodland with private decks and featuring kingsize beds with pure cotton linen, ensuite bathrooms, 100 Acres natural bath products and Roberts radios to provide the perfect night's sleep.

This restorative retreat is ideal for those looking to reset mind, body and soul.

£1650 per person (single supplement)

£1400 per person (for two sharing)

If you would like to book a space on the Wildhive Restorative Retreat, please contact Dana on 01335 300803 or email events.callow@wildhive.uk 

We request a 10% deposit to secure your place.



  • Four nights’ accommodation in a Hive
  • Daily guided meditations
  • Gentle yoga classes tailored to your cleanse
  • A beautiful healing sound journey
  • A three-day juice cleanse (includes all supplements and cleanse support materials)
  • Healthy meals pre and post cleanse
  • Nutrition workshop (healthy digestion, juice making and busting the diet myths)
  • A Bach Flower Remedy workshop where you get to make up your own unique blend of remedies to support you on an emotional level
  • Breath work and breathing workshop
  • A takeaway support pack of supplements and teas

Additional costs:
There are extra treatments available in the Coach House such as therapeutic massages, facials, manicures and pedicures.


“Lovely group, Lucy calm and kind and attentive. Gorgeous hotel and hives”

“I’ve had a wonderful few days in a fabulous location, thank you Wildhive. A juicing retreat is a fantastic reset for anyone and waking up in the trees each day while fasting helps with the reset and getting back to nature. Callow is beautiful, like being in someone’s gorgeous home. Can’t wait to come again.”

“A beautiful place to stay where we have been completely looked after by all the staff here. An excellent place to reset and get re-enthused about juicing and eating a healthier diet.”

“I was very apprehensive at the idea of doing a juice cleanse, having never done one before, though I knew it would do me good.  But I loved it and the combination of the retreat and the wonderful hotel that is Wildhive Callow Hall was truly special.  What I hadn’t expected was to have so much fun, to learn so much and to feel supported in every area of my life. Lucy was the most brilliant guide through my cleanse journey.  I never felt hungry once and at the end of the retreat I felt 100% healthier, fitter, happier.”


The benefits of a spring cleanse

As a naturopath, I use fasting myself as a preventative tool to keep my gut and organs in tip top condition. Naturopaths believe that fasting should follow the rhythm of nature; ideally fasting should be done every year in the spring and not in the winter (winter being a time when we should be nourishing our body with warming foods).

In Traditional Chinese Medicine spring is a new beginning, a time of “yang” activities which reflect the growth and activity of spring after the winter.  Lucy