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World Wellness Weekend

World Wellness Weekend, the world’s top annual public wellness event taking place between 15 and 17 Sept 2023 in 150 countries, is delighted to share key highlights of its programme including global international partners and venues participating to the program this year. This specific announcement is about the physical programme but there will be another announcement about the online sessions coming out on September 1st.



Over 6,000 venues and professionals in 150 countries will open their doors to encourage the public to try new fun group classes with friends, family, and colleagues. World Wellness Weekend provides a map with a geolocator in 18 languages to find free-of-charge group sessions INDOORS, as well as recreational OUTDOOR activities offered by fitness clubs, yoga studios, spas, salons, hot springs, hotels, resorts and wellness centres. 60 hours of ONLINE wellness sessions will be available, including full access to training sessions with LES MILLS+, 72 “YogaAway™ by BijaB” videos, inspiring talks with Immunocologie, webinars with holistic practitioners and workshops with massage champions will be available during and after World Wellness Weekend, to empower people stay healthy and happy, at home and on the go.


Discover a selection of activities promoting Wellness For All, including AI-powered massage; a flash forward into 2030 with MetaWellness, and NGOs that to above and beyond.


World Wellness Weekend was founded in 2017 to support the UNITED NATIONS’ objective of “Good Health and Wellbeing for All” by promoting 5 Pillars of wellness: SLEEP & Creativity, NUTRITION & Immunity, MOVEMENT & Vitality, MINDFULNESS & Serenity, SENSE OF PURPOSE & Solidarity.


This pro-bono event grows exponentially thanks to the support of two Secretaries of Health, three Secretaries of Tourism, 30 Mayors, 60 international federations, and 190 volunteers around the globe. Professionals in fitness, sports, mindfulness, hospitality and tourism have heard the UN’s call to support their staff and local communities to address the challenges of inactivity, obesity, and anxiety. Here are some of the venues and groups participating: Algotherm, AIRE Ancient Baths, Anantara, Anytime Fitness, Aqua Life, Banyan Tree, Biologique Recherche, Canyon Ranch, Chenot Spa, Chiva Som, Cinq Mondes, Conrad, David Lloyd Clubs, Deep Nature, Excellence Resorts, Fairmont, Fitness First, Fivelements, Four Seasons, Fusion, Hard Rock Hotel, Hyatt, Iberostar, Jumeirah, Hilton, Les Mills, Majestic, Mandara, Marriott, Melia, Mövenpick, Nobu, Nyama Wellness, Oberoi, Pullman, Raffles, Rancho La Puerta, Riu, Royal Mansour, Sandals, SeleQtions, Sensasia, Six Senses, Sofitel, Taj, TRX, Vivanta, W, Waldorf Astoria, Zulal Wellness Resort.


Please follow the well-map to find the details about your specific region

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