Health trends for 2024 will be adopted this year and some will be left behind, according to experts

Much in our world is driven by the constant ebb and flow of trends. They together shape and respond to culture, our desires, needs and collective values. Experts say the wellness trends of 2024 will be huge in the coming year: both a product and a driver of what’s important. And of course, with rapidly advancing technology and social media changes, the health habits and tools we use to support our bodies and minds look very different from year to year. .

What are experts expecting in 2024? Personal wellness, at-home workouts tailored to your health goals, and romanticism topics Everything Shined through. From our conversations with wellness founders, fitness trainers, nutritionists, and others, it’s clear that the wellness trends of 2024 give us all something to look forward to.

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The trends our experts have identified are based on a larger, changing embrace of wellness that acknowledges and supports our individual needs. “When it comes to wellness trends, Ayurveda emphasizes that it’s important to accept our individuality,” says Shrankha Holecek, an Ayurvedic expert and founder and CEO of UMA Oils. […] And respect your intuition. Accordingly, cold plunges may not work for everyone, nor will raw foods or extreme cardio sessions.

Discover the wellness trends of 2024 for next year, keeping your unique wellness journey in mind. Plus, our experts share the trends they’re happy to leave behind. Any idea?

romanticizing the simple things in life

“This trend of content creators bringing life and energy back into the ordinary things of the world is going to be huge in 2023. From making something as simple as cooking dinner to making it romantic with candles, music, and a cute apron. I love the enthusiasm of people who realize that they don’t need to go to Paris to feel love for life, they can do it by romanticizing the simple things we do every day. Sami Clark, co-founder of Form

Less caffeine, more greens

“I am currently a slowly recovering caffeine addict. About 6 months ago, I got into the habit of drinking 3 coffees and an energy drink a day. This caused severe sleep disruption and increased caffeine dependency which certainly wouldn’t be helpful for the rest of my life. I’ve recently gotten on the green powder train. My energy levels are now more stable and I’ve found myself less dependent on caffeine.” Cassie Campbell, [solidcore] Head Coach and Pivolv Trainer

whole-body approach

“It’s not just about working out or eating well. In 2024, people will be seen spreading their focus on their activity, mind and food. These things are so deeply interconnected that how we exercise and eat has a huge impact on our mental health. And if we’re not feeling mentally strong, our physical health can start to suffer. Luke Zocchi, Chris Hemsworth’s trainer and center trainer

Health & Wellness Personalization

“We’re seeing even more of our guests at Pressed Juicery and Society use technology like connected fitness (i.e. MyFitnessPal), personalization questionnaires, and really great algorithms (i.e. TikTok) to hypercustomize their own health and wellness autonomy. are doing. I like this because the wellness baseline is increasing in a way that is more specific to one’s needs. Andrei Najjar, SVP of Pressed Juicery brand

“People are craving health and wellness support that is specific to their condition, look for digital coaching and experiences that take into account things like physical limitations, dietary preferences, ultra-specific goal setting, and more. Gone are the days of a one-size-fits-all approach to wellness. Luke Zocchi, Chris Hemsworth’s trainer and center trainer

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“Despite our best intentions and wellness-focused efforts, most of us lead fairly stressed lives and juggle too many priorities. I’m a fan of some Ayurvedic herbs like ashwagandha, brahmi, or turmeric to help enhance our body’s anti-stress and cognitive abilities and find better mental/emotional balance. Shrankha Holecek, Founder and CEO of UMA Oils, Ayurvedic Expert

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

“I’ve seen a real move towards adopting natural, herbal fixes into health routines these days. More people are looking for gentle, holistic options, and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is really enjoying a moment because of it. TCM has been practiced for over 3,000 years, and its herbal remedies restore balance to the body and address health from a holistic, fundamental level. Stephanie Tan, Founder of NOOCI

workout at home

“This trend of short, effective, at-home workouts has still proven to be worth it since 2021. People have become more comfortable working out, have saved money and time instead of purchasing a gym membership, and have been able to achieve their goals Are getting.” Home.” Sami Clark, co-founder of Form

Breathwork is here to stay

“We have seen a huge increase in the number of people incorporating breathing exercises into their daily routine. Its benefits can be hugely increased energy, balanced blood pH levels, improved lung strength, increased focus. That’s why we’ve included a breathwork element in our first workout programs of 2024, Center Circuit: Elevate and Elevate+. Luke Zocchi, Chris Hemsworth’s trainer and center trainer

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self care

“Optimized wellness has become the baseline for all of our guests and we are continuing to introduce solutions and systems to help them on their wellness journey. We’re calling 2024 the ‘Year of Self-Care’ and we’re excited about what we have in store through products, partnerships and education to deliver on this promise.” Andrei Najjar, SVP of Brand at Pressed Juicery

Holistic Wellness Program

“2023 raised our expectations about what a good wellness program looks like. We now crave programs that not only help us look good but also improve our overall strength and the long-term health and stability of our bodies. This trend is not going away any time soon but it needs to be qualified. I hope 2024 will do that. Dylan Davis, LIFT Society co-founder and certified nutritionist

gut health

“Maintaining a healthy gut is very important as it affects every organ in our body! Our immune system, mental health, digestion and mood are all closely linked to gut health, so prioritizing care of your gut microbiome should be at the top of your list. Stephanie Tan, Founder of NOOCI


mind-body connection

“The power of the mind-body connection is a trend we are tapping into and will continue to tap into in 2024, given that being self-aware and emotionally mature is a superpower in this world. It is understanding how your thoughts, emotions, beliefs, and attitudes can positively or negatively affect your biological functioning, and how the physical condition of your body can affect your mental health. Sami Clark, co-founder of Form

High intensity, low impact workouts

“My body feels both strongest and stress-free when I train with low impact. I’m a tall girl at 5’11” and have always had sensitivity in my joints in general, but especially my knees. It’s hard to find a workout that doesn’t make my joints feel sore. Now I personally swear by its rotation [solidcore] And pvolve.” Cassie Campbell, [solidcore] Head Coach and Pivolv Trainer

facial acupuncture

“I love everything that is natural. Facial acupuncture helps stimulate collagen production and increases skin elasticity, plus, it is a non-invasive way to rejuvenate your skin, without harsh chemicals. Finding a good, experienced acupuncturist is important!” Stephanie Tan, Founder of NOOCI


Along with the wellness trends of 2024, there are also some trends from last year that our experts are ready to leave behind. What did they decide to keep in the past? read on.

bed rot

“Although Ayurveda would acknowledge the broader intention behind the tendency to ‘bed rot’ (i.e., to relax or eliminate fatigue levels), lying in bed for long periods of time is actually likely to increase it. phlegm (which is heavier, thicker, slower) energy and ironically, this creates more of the fatigue and depressive feelings you are hoping to fight. Therefore, avoid prolonged stays in bed under the guise of relaxation, as this can actually increase feelings of fatigue and sadness, the opposite of the desired effect. The combination of sedentary activities like eating food or watching TV in bed makes it worse phlegm Sloth. Instead, Ayurveda suggests a balanced approach with digital detox and rejuvenating sleep to deal with fatigue or irritation, as well as mindful activities like nature walks, breathing meditation, and mindful reading. Shrankha Holecek, Founder and CEO of UMA Oils, Ayurvedic Expert


“People rely too much on melatonin. Instead, we should switch gears and focus on having an overall better sleep routine. Think: meditating, quitting caffeine early, leaving your phone out of the bedroom, and sticking to a regular sleep schedule. This is the real secret sauce to solid eye closure! Stephanie Tan, Founder of NOOCI

One-size-fits-all fitness

“2023 was a powerful year for the fitness industry in many ways as it taught us to want more from our wellness programs. Unfortunately, there is still too much emphasis on group think. A good wellness program isn’t necessarily going to make you look like the latest beauty trend but it will help you become the best version of your body type. We need to achieve more of this in 2024. Dylan Davis, LIFT Society co-founder and certified nutritionist

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“I think a lot of people have figured out that if it’s too hard to understand, it’s probably a marketing ploy. We find ourselves returning to simplicity in our ingredients, recipes, visuals and partners. To us, if you can’t figure it out in 3 seconds, it’s probably too complicated. Our success with Simple Cleanse is an example. While most cleanses are overly complicated, we have introduced a product this year that is a complete cleanse in a bottle that tastes great and performs well. Andrei Najjar, SVP of Brand at Pressed Juicery

health tracking

“I have a love-hate relationship with it. Tracking health metrics is great for understanding your body, but doing it daily can lead to stress and increased screen time. Sometimes, it’s refreshing to let go of the metrics and tune in to our body’s natural flow and rhythm. Stephanie Tan, Founder of NOOCI

quick results

“2023 may have taught us a lot about what we want from a good welfare program, but it hasn’t taught us the patience we will need to get there. In 2024, we need to move away from quick solutions to long-term problems and adopt a complete change in lifestyle and think about a long-term approach to fitness. Dylan Davis, LIFT Society co-founder and certified nutritionist

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