Added pressure points for Yoga practitioners
The Yantra Mat works on the principle of acupressure. Acupressure is used to relieve a variety of symptoms and pain.
Why it matters
This is a prime example of a new healthcare product for domestic use. The markets of ‘professional’ medical treatment and consumers own ‘self treatment’ are becoming more and more intertwined. Products like the Yantra Mat, that allow self treatment and help people become more responsible for their own health, are increasingly popular. Will new, more extreme specialist products replace the likes of acupuncturists and what other treatments will consumers get their hands on at home?
Source: Wellness Magazine
14. April 2010
A healthy sugar alternative will start appearing on health store shelves from this month. Stevia, a South American shrub with very sweet leaves, was approved by the European Food Safety Authority for use in the EU in early December 2011. As a sweetener which is low carb, 300 times sweeter than cane sugar and has almost no impact on blood sugar levels, it will be of special interest to those with blood sugar and weight management concerns.
A local in-home beauty center and gym have joined forces, offering consumers free home-service personal training sessions, upon completing four beauty treatments. Additionally, if a set of personal training sessions are purchased you are entitled to a free massage session in the comfort of your own home.