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    4 Ways to Embrace Wellness at Your Next Conference

     
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    4 Ways to Embrace Wellness at Your Next Conference

     
    POSTED October 3, 2019
     
  • Sponsored

    4 Ways to Embrace Wellness at Your Next Conference

     
    POSTED October 3, 2019
     
  • Sponsored

    4 Ways to Embrace Wellness at Your Next Conference

     
    POSTED October 3, 2019
     
  • Sponsored

    4 Ways to Embrace Wellness at Your Next Conference

     
    POSTED October 3, 2019
     

Sponsored by Visit Tri-Cities

Plan a refreshing conference to reinvigorate your participants that’ll leave a positive and lasting impression. The Tri-Cities is the perfect location for your next event as it offers more than 300 days of sunshine to help incorporate elements of health and wellness into your itinerary. Make caring for the mind and body the focus with these unique team building experiences.

Get On Board

A Paddleboard, that is. Find your balance with stand-up paddleboard yoga. This type of activity is perfect for groups or individuals who would like to find their center in the morning before diving into the day. Visitors can rent their own boards for the afternoon and make their way up and down the Columbia River. Paddleboarding is a full-body workout that rejuvenates the mind – plus it is easy to learn, making it the perfect leisure group activity.

Yak it Up

Grab a friend and an oar and glide into relaxed conversation as you venture out along the rivers in a rented kayak. Rent a tandem or single kayak and open yourself up to an exciting evening of cutting through waves. This low impact activity helps improve strength and flexibility while increasing your heart health as you enjoy the riverbanks and watch nature pass by. Consider the rivers as highways to adventures and with a kayak, you’re behind the wheel.

Take a Hike

Adventuring out in nature is a necessity of the human spirit and the Tri-Cities has plenty of ground to cover. Pick one of the trails up Badger Mountain, where spectacular views of the Tri-Cities, Columbia, Yakima and Snake river valleys can be experienced. Or head over to one of the natural preserves, such as Chamna Natural Preserve or the McNary National Wildlife Refuge, surrounded by wetlands and migratory waterfowl. Find your inner calm amongst the wildlife and swaying reed beds, then head back into town for a reward, since you’ve earned it.

Breaking Bread

Discover more about each other over small plates as you explore the local ethnic cuisines and expand your palate. There’s no better time to replenish one’s mind and stomach than after a long day of meetings, workshops and sessions. Try new flavors at a local taco truck or treat yourself to some fabulous cocktails made from local distilleries. Head on over to one of the 200+ local wineries in town and get personal tours of their facilities. Bond over impromptu escapades as you fill up on new group memories.

Sponsored by Visit Tri-Cities

Visit Tri-Cities is ready with professional staff trained to assist in planning and administering your convention, conference, meeting or corporate retreat. Locations, amenities, entertainment, marketing and more can be arranged by our meeting specialists–work with us to plan an event that is sure to boost attendance at your next conference!

Seven years ago, I moved to The Woodlands from out of state to be closer to family. What I was hoping to find was a familial connection that had been missing ever since I moved away from Indiana, where I was born and raised. What I found, however, was so much more: An eclectic, diverse and welcoming community that I am so proud to call home. I also found a wonderful destination for meetings and events.

 

With mostly family-owned shops and restaurants, 26 miles of sandy beaches, and more than double the miles in bike trails, Muskegon sounds like it could be a city on the West Coast. But combine it with snowy winters and a small-town feel, and Muskegon is a Midwestern city full of character. While the city provides plenty of recreational things to do, meetings and events don’t lack in luster. Opening in spring 2021, a new convention center is just one highlight for planners looking to book in Western Michigan, among plenty of other exciting venues to explore. 

 

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