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Health promotion in Icelandic communities and the upper secondary school of FAS

Health promotion in Icelandic communities and the upper secondary school of FAS Health promotion aims to influence people's lifestyles and enable them to live a healthy life in healthy conditions. In addition to general education on these topics, emphasis is placed on what people of all ages can do for themselves to improve their mental

2021-05-10T15:27:17+00:00Latest News|

11 Ways to live well and boost your wellbeing in Scotland

11 Ways to live well and boost your wellbeing in Scotland Blog by Annierose Knox (January 26, 2021) https://www.visitscotland.com/blog/scotland/wellbeing-boost/ Photo: Wildwood Bushcraft Our time off from daily life is so important, and now more than ever before. For all of us, factoring in a bit of zen time is the key to finding balance, whatever

2021-04-20T07:00:57+00:00Latest News|

PRACTICAL WELLBEING AT VOCATIONAL COLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MARIBOR

Each year, the 2nd year Wellness students organise a wellness weekend for the 1st year’s generation. Due to Covid19 pandemics, this year we went online instead of LIVE in natural environment. However, sharing fotos of previous LIVE events brings this weekend a little closer again. The topic of the winter wellness weekend 2021 remained the

2021-03-17T11:23:35+00:00Latest News|

SLOVENIA – THE LEADER OF API-TOURISM

SLOVENIA – THE LEADER OF API-TOURISM In 2016, Slovenia was selected as the world’s first sustainable destination, that really tells its green story. Slovenians love their green country, so their concern is focused on preserving natural and cultural treasures, among them apitourism. Apitourism involves the consistent connection of nature and tourism, and follows the trend

2021-03-17T10:44:51+00:00Latest News|

Ireland Pitched as a ‘Detox Destination for Soul-Searching Millionaires and Celebrities’

Ireland Pitched as a ‘Detox Destination for Soul-Searching Millionaires and Celebrities’ Kantar Millward Brown are a leading global research agency focusing on topics such as deeper understating of people, branding, resilience, insights, innovation, future ideas and opportunity.  In 2018 they stated ‘Ireland should be pitched as a “detox destination” for millionaires and celebrities looking to

2021-03-17T10:35:36+00:00Latest News|

Pleasure or Enjoyment: What to Expect from Wellbeing Tourism?

Can you picture yourself on a beach tasting a delicious ice-cream on a hot sunny day just before diving on paradise-like seawater? Or having a relaxing massage in a thermal water spa? What about learning how to cook a delicious traditional stew of a lost tribe that teaches you some new useful techniques? Or guiding

2021-03-17T10:57:56+00:00Latest News, Uncategorized|

What is Wellbeing Tourism?

“In our stressed world, wellness tourism is, says Lonely Planet, the industry’s fastest growing sector with a 10% rise [in 2018] making it a plus $500bn market” (The Yucatan Times, 2018).  According to the Global Wellness Institute, the global wellness economy was a $4.5 trillion market in 2018, while in 2017 travellers made 830 million

2021-03-17T10:57:41+00:00Latest News, Uncategorized|

Shaping tourists’ well being through slow adventures

Slow adventure experiences, such as canoeing, stargazing or foraging, are characterised by a slower passage of time, immersion in the natural world and a sense of belonging to small social groups. During slow adventures, the perceptions of time, meaningful moments and a sense of togetherness are choreographed by adventure guides to shape tourists’ wellbeing through

2021-03-17T10:57:30+00:00Latest News|
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