Naturopath and former meeting planner John Ayo shares his essential tips for meeting professionals to combat stress in one of the most stressful jobs in the world. From travel and nutrition tips to staying hydrated, meeting planners need to put their health and sanity first. Read more.
Preparation, wellness and environment play critical roles in performance and success. Those elements are also key as we look at productivity in the world of business meetings. As the hospitality industry continues to evolve and offer wellness alternatives and amenities for health-conscious travelers, the meetings industry is doing the same.
In a time when wellness has become an increasingly important part of the meetings landscape, one company is a step ahead when it comes to impactful programs that align the interests of everyone involved in an event—organizers, attendees and sponsors included. Read more.
Laughter Yoga instructor Sarah Routman will have your meeting and convention attendees laughing with abandon, whether the purpose is as an icebreaker, for relieving stress or just forging a bond of camaraderie. Learn how you can get your attendees sharing the unbridled joy of a good group chuckle.
We investigated the many hiking destinations in California and found the North Lake Tahoe and Greater Palm Springs areas have some of the best—and most accessible—hiking around for meetings groups.
The cool, crisp, calm days of autumn call for enjoying brilliant foliage, blazing sunsets, warm scarves, hot cider, homemade pies and a good book by the fire. Lululemon’s Deb Gee shares some of her best ideas for events during a season of reflection, restoration and transformation.
It’s been a road well-traveled by the time we come to the point of autumn, so it’s a great time to stop, be grateful, honor ourselves, transform with the season and make sure we’re on track with our goals for the rest of the year, according to Deb Gee, experiential design lead for Lululemon.
We've selected a host of Caribbean hotels and resorts that are going above and beyond to offer planners ways to weave wellness practices into their meeting agendas.
When planners hear “all-inclusive resorts” they think of Mexico and the Caribbean. But there are options equally as impressive within the U.S., like Arizona, Utah and Hawaii. Read on to learn more about these meetings-friendly all-inclusive resorts.
One of Washington's most appealing aspects is its scenic beauty, and it’s the focus of many group tours. We rounded up the nine best excursions planners can consider for after-meeting downtime, like a waterborne wine tour or a snowshoe adventure at Mount Rainier National Park.