From relaxing yoga classes to Hollywood ‘Penis Facials’, there is an endless list of wellbeing trends. New data shows that since 2015, the global wellness industry has grown 12.8 percent, from $3.7 trillion to $4.2 trillion! We’re sharing some of the most popular wellbeing trends.
It’s said to have a wide range of benefits including reducing anxiety, promoting relaxation, ensuring a good night’s sleep, reducing pain perception and improving general feelings of wellbeing.
2. IV DRIPS
You may have heard IV Drips being used as a speedy antidote to hangovers, but more recently they are used to take in nutrients. They’re reported to be able to thoroughly hydrate you, add vitamins, minerals and amino acids to your bloodstream in levels that would be impossible to absorb orally. The market for IV solutions is expected to reach about $13.79 billion by 2024!
Crystals are increasingly celebrated as having life-enhancing properties, whether as jewellery or in home design. Laurey Simmons, crystal guru and author of The Inner Beauty Bible, says “crystals heal because, through their highly consistent molecular structure, they bring inconsistent energies back into harmony.”
Many people have taken to living an alcohol-free life, and a tide of booze-less social gatherings are on the rise in response to this trend. In New York, a pop-up party called The Softer Image combined herbal tonics, dancing and energy healing, whilst in LA, dry dinner parties and yoga-fulled DJ events are providing social alternatives to the bar scene.
5. SOUND THERAPY
Sound healing has been used in Tibetan, Chinese and Indian cultures for centuries, and the West is now starting to incorporate sound medicine into yoga sessions, spa treatments and workshops.
It works by using particular frequencies played on bowls or as pieces of music that have been found to have healing qualities, relaxing the body and mind.
Daisy Speed graduated from the University of Liverpool with a degree in History, which was followed by completing her NCTJ Journalism Qualification. She then pursued a career in PR, Social Media and Digital Marketing, working for local agencies. Utilising her experience in the industry, Daisy set up her own Digital Marketing and Social Media business, Modern Mammoth. She now works closely with many businesses across the North West.
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