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Three bonkers wellbeing trends

Will you be, um, honouring your vagina this year?

Health, fitness and wellbeing have never been bigger business and of course, January is the peak time for moving more and scoffing/quaffing less. But is your health regime precision-tooled to take into account the latest trends? Don’t tell me you’re still eating avo on toast and going spinning? Pah, so last year! Here’s what all the cool kids will be doing in 2020 to boost their health. Get involved. Or, er, alternatively steer your Peloton bike very much clear.

 

Dog yoga

With classes starting to crop up in chichi London hotels such as The Stratford in East London, doga (!) promises the same effect on Fido as it does on humans – a calming of the central nervous system. And the downward dog pose will presumably come pretty naturally. Let’s just hope no one needs a poo.

 

Weird flour

It’s not enough to blitz up raw cauliflower to make a grim, sad approximation of couscous or rice – now the world’s most horrible vegetable is being used to make flour for bread and pizzas. Also heading our way: flour made from ground-up insects, such as crickets. Apparently they’re packed with protein. Yum.

 

Vagina honouring

Mindfulness gets everywhere these days even, well, down there. Grace Hazel is a “women’s sexual healing mentor & vagina witch” (now there’s a job title for LinkedIn) and heads up the “positive pussy” community, which involves massage sessions, retreats, and events. Okaaay.

Words @Kerry_Potter

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