A new future for immune health that stops ‘boosting’ and starts balancing, is one of 2021’s top wellness trends to look out for, according to the Global Wellness Summit (GWS).
States the GWS: “2021 has not, obviously, been a ‘normal’ year. It began in the darkest global lockdown, but now the world – and the ‘wellness world’ – are opening up. And the indications that wellness has become a dramatically more important consumer value globally are everywhere – from global consumer research to an on-fire investment space.”
Other trends identified by the GWS include the jumping of Hollywood into wellness, the rise of spiritual architecture/design and adding ‘more colour to wellness’.
The GWS notes that the kinds of ‘wellness’ people are seeking and how they consume it is changing rapidly, with new directions emerging in the travel, immunity, digital wellness, home and built environments, healthcare-meets-wellness, financial wellness, meetings and events, and mental wellness spaces. ‘Microbiomes’ have moved to the very centre of wellness, while the world is seeing innovations in the breathwork space.
Other trends are the ‘Self-Care Renaissance’; Resetting Events with Wellness and the Year of the Travel Reset.
For more information on how to access the GWS Mid-Year Trends update click here https://www.globalwellnesssummit.com/trends-2021/