"Wellness tourism is a $494 billion industry, and the latest trends survey from the IRF showed that more than 50% of planners are increasing the inclusion of wellness/well-being activities in their meetings and incentive travel programs. That's why we created Meet Well."
The spa's expert aromatherapist will guide attendees on a journey of self-discovery via scent.
Meandering paths guide guests through the public spaces, expanding on the idea that straight lines do not exist in nature.
All groups showed improvements up to one month after the retreat; however, the novice meditators had fewer symptoms of depression and less stress longer than the non-meditating vacationers.
See how Sedona’s natural and artistic landscapes facilitate high-impact and hyperlocal group experiences.
Millennials define "healthy" as a daily commitment to eating right, exercising and being mindful.
In addition to its meditation alcoves, Chaminade has added mats and traditional Japanese Zabuton cushions, which are commonly used in Zen meditation.
Set aside a couple minutes by yourself or with coworkers to be mindful before walking into a business meeting.
Planners are partnering with local restaurants and culinary suppliers, such artisanal purveyors, whiskey distilleries or craft breweries.
Meetings in the South present the opportunity for creative and hyperlocal outdoor wellness experiences.
The merging of traditional medicine and wellness has sparked some pretty interesting medical meetings as of late.
From rock climbing and mountainside yoga to designing dream catchers, groups get in on the wellness and wonder of Arizona meetings.
Natural hot springs and and array of wellness experiences create a soulful sanctuary for New Mexico incentive groups
“Paired with our 4.0 program, guests leave with a renewed body and mind along with a personally tailored health and fitness program to support a vibrantly active and healthy lifestyle.”
The following corporate retreats for 2016 offer a unique opportunity to pamper and invigorate teams—from wellness in the woods to lavish historic haunts.
The Marker recently introduced “The Marker Equilibrium, it’s all about ME,” health and wellness concept, which explores mindful indulgence throughout hotel spaces.
Any attendee can unleash their inner child during one of the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess’ HoopFit classes.
“More than a trend, health and well-being is being embraced as a lifestyle, and more and more, we are coming across groups seeking to incorporate wellness into their experience.”
The retreat is also set up with a golf simulator for attendees to “play” on some of the world’s most challenging championship courses.
“We want to continue to enhance our unparalleled wellness experience, and Jason is the perfect addition to our focus on fitness.”
The South Africa booth featured rooibos tea, a traditional beverage of the native Khoi people with numerous health benefits, while at Monaco, attendees could relax with a 10 minute-foot massage.
At the Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, attendees can participate in the Hui Ho’ala, a Hawaiian ceremony dedicated to the renewal of the mind, body and spirit.
The 99-room Gainsborough Bath Spa opened in the spring as the only natural thermal spa in the United Kingdom.
A 15-minute yoga session or Zumba class can provide a much-needed boost of energy that will last longer than a shot of espresso.
Crystal Cruises has partnered with wellness institutions including the Tai Chi Cultural Center and The Cleveland Clinic as part of its Creative Learning Institute, offering on-board classes ranging from Healthy Abs and Back to Memory Fitness to Tai Chi.