Comfy. Cozy. Hygge.
What you'll learn
- Learn more about Hygge--the Danish concept of Wellness
- Gain over 25 tips to bring balance to your life today
- Ways to embrace slowing down
- Stress relief in a comfy, cozy, and healthy way
- Put on your comfy clothes
- Grab a warm beverage
- Pull up the covers
- Sit back and relax
Welcome to Comfy. Cozy. Wellness…Welcome to HYGGE! Hygge (pronounced Hoo-Ga) is the Danish concept of well-being. It is about an atmosphere and an experience versus about things. Today we are going to talk about what is hygge, what are some ways to embrace it, specifically related to making your home comfier, your life cozier and you healthier. It is about being with the people we love. A feeling of home and comfort. A feeling that we are safe, that we are shielded from the world and safe to allow ourselves to let our guard down. More specifically we will be talking about how my hygge may not be your hygge. You will have the opportunity to learn about a variety of ways to bring hygge into your life. There is a handout at the end that includes over 50 hygge ideas to create your own hygge relaxer kit! Things like Create a Cozy Nook. Take the time to nurture yourself from the hustle and bustle of everyday. Create a comfortable retreat in one corner of your house that you can relax in at the end of the day. Have a weighted blanket to reduce stress and a side table to hold your books and a cup of tea or wine. Let’s embrace your hygge! Sit back, put on your comfy clothes, grab a hot beverage and relax.
Who this course is for:
- People looking to learn more about hygge
- People who are looking to reduce their stress
- People looking for simple steps to slow down
- People looking to re-evaluate their priorities in life
- People looking to make changes to their health in the new year
Sara is a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (former Certified Diabetes Educator credential). She has been living with type 1 diabetes for over 35 years. She personally and professionally understands the challenges diabetes/prediabetes can bring. As a health educator utilises a whole person view point in all of the things she does.