New York, NY, June 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Trends expert and keynote speaker Daniel Levine says relaxation trends are changing. As more and more people look to escape the never-ending turmoil of everyday life, means of relaxing are moving too.
“Working high-stress jobs plus having a family to care for is stretching many people to the brink,” says trends expert and public speaker Daniel Levine. “People know they need to relax, and they’re finding unique ways to do it.”
Relaxation is moving towards an approach of forced unwinding, without a willingness to let go. Hotels in major cities are starting to offer hotel rooms at hourly rates during the daytime for travelers and business people to unwind for a few minutes. Micro-managing travel companies are setting up minute-by-minute vacation experiences that include playlists and movies to get travelers in the right mood. These companies are catered towards the super-busy professional.
For even faster relaxation fixes, cultivated products are starting to reach the market. Capitalizing on the sea of energy drinks on the market, a company has created a “relax drink” that is designed to help the consumer unwind. For the nervous flyer, airlines are starting to offer on-board hookah pipes to help calm down.
“Relaxation is becoming a necessary ritual in daily life,” says trends expert and keynote speaker Daniel Levine. “High-end consumers are incredibly busy, and they realize the need to unplug and turn down for a few fleeting moment. However, this has to be programmed in like anything else, and that’s creating a variety of unique solutions.”
About Daniel Levine
Daniel is a trends expert and keynote speaker specializing in consumer trends. Known as the “Ultimate Guru of Cool”, Daniel follows coming trends from around the world and shares them with audiences and corporations to help stay ahead of the competition. Learn more at DanielLevine.com.
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