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During a time where clients can’t travel, you can inspire those wellness-minded clients with a few offerings from the Wellness Tourism Association’s (WTA) members. These properties have taken some of their wellness offerings online to help housebound consumers in these challenging times through the Wellness Tourism Association’s just launched Healthy@Home initiative.

Whether consumers are looking to maintain or enhance their mental and physical health, or take the first step on the path to a wellness-lifestyle, members of the Wellness Tourism Association are here to help with online yoga sessions, remote one-on-one consultations, webinars, healthy tips and advice, recipes and other offerings easily accessible through online platforms.

WTA president and CEO, Anne Dimon says, “In this time of adversity, and with public health officials calling for calm, and encouraging all non-essential workers to stay at home, we are doing our small part to bring many of the offerings one might experience under the umbrella of Wellness Travel directly to those who are physical distancing but are still looking to be social. And, yes, with so many online options now available, we can still be healthfully social.”

With this new consumer-facing initiative, the WTA’s goal is to do something positive to help anyone needing inspiration and advice, along with words and moments of wellness in these challenging times. The time to travel will come again, and when that happens the WTA will be here for all, but in the meantime there is Healthy@Home .

Offerings, both complimentary and fee-based, include the following:

  • Art of Living Retreat Center in North Carolina has taken their Happiness Program online with both on-demand video and live options.
  • The Home Wellness program at Eupepsia Wellness Resort in Virginia is offering live one-on-one sessions including Personalized Emotional Balance Consultations, and High Performance Coaching for Energy Gain and Physical and Mental Strength.
  • Pritikin Health & Longevity Center in Miami is offering three remote packages: Pritikin Nutrition, Pritikin Fitness on Track, and Pritikin at Home with remote consultations to help kickstart a customized healthy mind/body program.
  • Skyterra Wellness Retreat in North Carolina is offering live classes, webinars and workouts, all for free on the Skyterra Facebook page.
  • Velas Resorts is taking their Wellnessing Getaway 2020 online Friday, May 1st featuring a variety of wellness activities and workshops led by industry leaders.
  • From their e-magazine, Health Stories, Waldhotel Health & Medical Excellence in Lucern, Switzerland is sharing articles on various wellness-related topics.
  • Solo member Sara Quiriconi of Live Free Warrior is offering an online 9-Day Yoga Detox
  • Plus others.

The WTA will be adding new offerings on a regular basis as more members and partners take their services and expertise online.

Launched in January of 2018 and now with 100 members and partners from 21 countries, the Wellness Tourism Association is a not-for-profit incorporated in the U.S., and with a mission to support and further the growth of the wellness tourism industry worldwide. Co-Founders are Accor Hotels, Canyon Ranch and Travel to Wellness with Founding Members Art of Living Retreat Center and the Monaco Government Tourist Office. For more information please visit

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