Wellness at Home

Techniques to teach your clients

The topic of Wellness has gone mainstream, from posts on Instagram from Deepak Chopra, articles on the Huffington post, to a full tour by Oprah. The concept of Wellness is not new and even Wellness retreats have long been the rage with locations such as Golden Door, Pritikin, and Rancho La Puerta created by industry icon – Deborah Szekely, dating back to the 1940s. Most recently, there is a shift and individuals want to incorporate wellness into their daily lives and not have to leave the house to have those experiences. With an increase in Wellness real estate according to the Global Wellness Institute (GWI) Wellness Lifestyle Real Estate represents approximately $119B of the $3.7T global wellness economy. This rapidly growing sector has historically included residential, hospitality, and mixed-use real-estate developments with wellness-related facilities and services incorporated into their planning, design, and programming. With the concept of “build well to live well,” companies such as Canyon Ranch and Mandarin Oriental are offering the buyers the opportunity to live in wellness every day. Residences are now being included in the development of typically commercial/hotel locations with the concept of incorporating wellness into the daily lives. These high-end locations are not the norm for the majority, so finding ways to create a sense of wellness at home has become big business.

Here are 5 wellness strategies to incorporate into your regimen at home

In recent years, I’ve noticed a significant increase in the number of patients interested in improving the appearance of hands, neck, and chest. Previously, these areas were overlooked in favor of treating the face.

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Sherrie Tennessee
STennessee@lne.com

Sherrie Tennessee is the Education Director of SpaSOS, where she conducts Spa Management, Wellness, CBD and Customer Service focused training. Sherrie is a licensed massage therapist, nail tech, spa owner, speaker, professor, educator, and author. She is currently completing a Ph.D. and holds a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in marketing and entrepreneurship



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