Agents will receive a 10 percent commission on sales of tickets to the retreat and an additional 5 percent will be awarded when booking groups of 20 or more. Tickets for the Health and Wellness Retreat are now on sale at http://stlucianow.com/hw/.
During the three-day retreat, from November 1 – 3, guests can partake in wellness seminars lead by notable experts including Cat Cora, the only female Iron Chef winner, and Gabrielle Bernstein, best-selling author featured on Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday, beachside Tai Chi and Yoga, guided rain forest hikes, healthy cooking demonstrations and more.
Priced at US $595 per person, the weekend includes daily spa treatments, classes, receptions and transportation from select hotels. Day rates are also available at $200 per person.
“The Health & Wellness retreat is becoming a notable event on island and we attribute much of the success of the program to our network of agents. The commission on tickets sales is just one way we can reward their unwavering efforts to promote the island,” said Louis Lewis, Director of Tourism for the Saint Lucia Tourist Board.
A number of the island’s resorts and hotels including Bay Gardens Beach Resort, Bay Gardens Hotel, Bay Gardens Inn, Chez Marie Alish, Coco Palm, Royal by Rex Resorts, Smugglers Cove Resort & Spa, Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort and Tropical Villas, are offering discounted rates for retreat attendees starting at $70 per night. To view rates and book, visit http://stlucianow.com/hw/.
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