Staff members at the resort love the three queen bees onsite so much that they’ve incorporated them into Bee Breaks for small, executive VIP groups.
From Tai Chi to aromatherapy, attendees at the premier Meet Well conference, held last week in Las Vegas, experienced dozens of wellness touches that they could take back to their own events.
The Meet Well attendees referred to practicing "sneaky wellness," in other words, finding ways to sneak in healthy elements regardless.
A single week of mind, body and spirit pampering can have a profound effect on the overall well-being of your attendees.
Attendees will literally be given garden shears to select and cut leafy greens to put on their plates at lunchtime.
“The campus is surrounded by protected lands, providing privacy and protection from distractions of the outside world ─ key attributes of the Miraval Experience."
The resort’s signature Grove Artisan Kitchen uses several ingredients that are grown at the resort in addition to partnerships with local farmers.
"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.