The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa have launched their Conference Wellness Program in partnership with The Wellness People to deliver carefully curated all-inclusive corporate wellness experiences that include morning movement sessions, wellness seminars and healthy and nourishing menu options.
Especially designed to nourish the soul and re-energise the mind, the Conference Wellness Program will leave attendees clear headed and ready to tackle the any problem that comes their way. In fact, studies have shown that properly designed wellness programs can deliver significant benefits, with an average rate of return of between 2:1 and 5:1 for every dollar spent.
The Byron at Byron Corporate Wellness Program is designed for either one, two or three days of conferencing. Each day can consist of three different activities for delegates – a physical activity session such as group yoga or boxing on the beach, a wellness or team building workshop and keynote presentations.
Perfectly complementing the wellness activities, the Resort team has also designed menus with a focus on healthy living, to offer wholesome and nutritious experience. Delegates will be dining on the likes of antioxidant filled Matcha and Chia seed pudding for breakfast, light and fresh Lettuce Wraps with turmeric infused chicken, mixed salad and toasted pumpkin seeds for lunch and Vegetable Pad Thai with zucchini noodles for dinner.
Health and wellness expert Stephanie Stone from The Wellness People has specifically designed these health and wellness inspired packages and programs for high end conferences and corporate retreats. Stephanie and her team of wellness educators and presenters will deliver workshops on problem solving and motivating teams and keynote presentations on topics such as work/life balance to assist in boosting delegate’s performance and promoting a healthy company culture.
“Employee health and wellness programs have been growing in popularity over the last couple of years, with over 50 per cent of companies in Australia now offering some kind of health promotion service,” says Stephanie. “It is such a pleasure to be a part of this movement and to see the positive benefits for not only the individuals, but the companies as a whole.”