Four Healthy Ways to Keep Your Attendees Tuned In

Embracing healthy choices for your next destination meeting can offer a big win for your attendees and increase actual engagement in your conference.

Physical activity can improve brain function, especially for those early-morning sessions.

Help your attendees ditch brain fog by offering organized activities, such as the ones listed below, during your next Gulf Shores meeting or Orange Beach conferences. The sales team at Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism can facilitate the ideal wellness activities for your group.

Outside the meeting room

Yoga in Orange Beach
Stay In Shape

Beach Yoga

 What better way to start the day than a session of beach yoga? Meditation in any form is a great way to prepare for a day of learning. Attendees don’t need to be seasoned yogis to benefit. Instructors offer poses for beginners to advanced students.

Beach Crawl

An early-morning walk on the beach can clear the mind and energize attendees. Enlist the help of a naturalist for an informative lesson in the Alabama Gulf Coast’s diverse ecosystems.

Girls paddleboarding in Gulf Shores
Hop On Board

Bike the Trails

 Arrange for bike rentals and take a group on an eco-tour of the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trails. With 25 miles of paved trails and scenic routes, it’s an invigorating way to start the day.

Kayak or SUP

 Delay your conference start time to allow for a group kayak or stand-up paddleboard excursion. Group rentals are available throughout Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, and experienced instructors can give newbies a lesson before embarking on their morning adventure. Gliding through the water with the sounds of nature all around offers a peaceful way to begin a day of conference sessions.

When you pay attention to your meeting attendees’ wellness needs, everyone benefits. Attendees are able to begin sessions energized and with clear heads, ready to take on the day.

For more ideas on keeping your group in the game, read “Conference Breakfast that Keeps the Carb Crash at Bay.”


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