Connections Wellbeing Event 2019 to Be Hosted at Terme Olimia Resort

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Connections has announced that its 2019 wellbeing event is slated to be hosted at Terme Olimia Resort in Podčetrtek, Slovenia from May 2–5, 2019.

The event, in collaboration with Terme Olimia Resort, the Slovenia Tourist Board, Luxury Slovenia DMC, Wellbeing Escapes and Euromonitor International, will be dedicated to leading luxury buyers and wellness suppliers with intention of forging new business relationships during one-to-one meetings.

Activities within each of the meetings include barefoot walking, energy exercises, qigong, Ai Chi, Nordic walking, coloring of healing mandalas, gong sound bath and singing bowls, six sound vibrations, dance of chakras and forest immersion. The program will also include an educational element with ConnecTalks delivered by Euromonitor International and Diana Stobo, cwner and greator of The Retreat Costa Rica. Each session will focus on the power of nature and its impact on health and wellbeing.

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Connections is the global networking and event organizer exclusively for senior executives and experts in specific sectors, such as luxury, wellness, adventure and meetings. It also organizes destination-led events, bespoke to specific countries.

Terme Olimia Resort offers a plethora of wellness amenities and services, including Spa Armonia, Family Wellness and the Orhidelia Wellness Center. It says it has the goal of becoming the best “Terme” (baths) resort in the area between the Alps, the Adriatic and the Danube.

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