BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — He's got a hydroponic greenhouse, an aura of calm, quotes about tranquility and all the vegan food you could ever need, but the sense of peace promoted by “NuAge Cafe” owner Thierry Brouwers wasn't enough to keep him out of jail.
The 42-year-old Pompano Beach resident was taken into custody by Boca Raton Police and charged with battery and adult kidnapping with false imprisonment.
Brouwers posted bail after spending several hours in the Palm Beach County Jail. A court date will be set.
He is quoted as saying the following on his website:
“May the natural flow of loving energies and exemplary camaraderie experienced at Nuage Cafe help us to create a greater reality above mundane and mediocrities. May our gatherings generates a state of a Master Mind to evolve, imagine, dream and create together a better world. May God appreciate and reward us for the contribution we make by this deed of very high value. So friends lets unfold the love of any forms we receive from Nuage and make people around us always feel happy and excited with lot of positive vibrations. Thank you for shining your light and guide others to the collective consciousness awareness, the knowledge, the understanding and ultimately the wisdom of Dhamma.” ~ Thierry Brouwers
Brouwers also sells a caraffe that helps create “Magic Water.” We're not making this up. According to the NuAge website:
THE STRONGEST AND MOST ETHEREAL CARAFE IN THE WORLD!
BECAUSE OF IT'S SHAPE,
IT AMPLIFIES THE RADIO-VITALITY OF THE WATER TO 25,000 BOVIS!
NuAge Cafe is located at 441 and Hillsboro in Parkland.
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