Travel Agents

For many of us, travel is in our blood. Here’s how to stay in the industry you love

Sponsored by In This Life Wellness Travel

At this time, a lot of amazing travel agents, with years of experience in an industry they love, feel they are forced to give up and leave due to the situation with COVID-19.

Yes, the industry is facing the most challenging time in its history, but In This Life Wellness Travel believes that for those who can manoeuvre into different positions, there is not only hope, but a prosperous future in front of you.

As the world is evolving, so too is the travel industry. In the future, travel may look and feel different!

In This Life Wellness Travel’s instruction is to use this time to prepare, stretch yourself and go to places beyond your normal reach so that you can come out the other side alive and with a new opportunity to thrive. How do you do this? Just add a touch of wellness.

Wellness travel is on-trend and on time

At no other time in recent history has our health and wellbeing been more at the forefront of our minds. And at no other time has travel been such a precious experience.

Wellness travel was already one of the fastest-growing sectors of the industry pre-COVID, and now as we emerge from this pandemic, it is likely to exceed expectations.

Joanne Vomiero, director and founder of In This Life Wellness Travel, explains this in more detail in a free 30-minute webinar.

In this session, she presents an overview of the wellness travel industry, including the stats, facts and financial predictions and explain why pivoting your business into the wellness travel industry is likely to result in a positive investment for your future.

To watch this free 30-minute webinar, simply complete this form.

Get ready to catch the wellness travel wave!

In This Life Wellness Travel is preparing travel consultants for the next wave in travel and leading the way to wellness with its Wellness Travel Agent Training Program.

Combine your passion for Travel & Wellness by becoming a Wellness Travel Specialist and Recommended Agent of In This Life Wellness Travel.

Why would you need to take a training program to sell wellness travel?

Wellness travel is in fact more so a wellness offering and experience, as opposed to a travel product. It forms part of people’s wellness lifestyle and is used as a solution and strategy to improve health and wellbeing.

If you want to consult as a specialist in this sector, you are actually engaging in a new industry – you are now entering the wellness industry.

And for this, you will need some training to upskill your knowledge and fill in the gaps so that you know what you are talking about and you can confidently recommend the right product and experience for your clients.

The world is full of people who suffer from a long list of health issues and concerns, and many people live with chronic pain or stress.

These people are looking for some relief, and so, as a wellness travel consultant, you are in a way ‘prescribing’ wellness travel to assist your clients. As such, there are some important things to know.

Joanne Vomiero

Joanne Vomiero has not only had extensive travel industry experience, but is also a practising wellness therapist, qualified personal trainer, ENAR therapist and reiki healer.

She has operated a successful wellness practice in Adelaide for over six years, specialising in muscular, neuroadaptive therapy, holistic therapy and chronic pain relief.

During this time, Vomiero also began her in-depth and global research on wellness travel. From her findings, she developed In This Life Wellness Travel’s dedicated wellness travel search and booking platform, which is arguably the most comprehensive and largest wellness travel site in the market and successful finalists and winner of several international awards.

Vomiero is also a qualified and experienced tourism trainer and assessor, so you can be assured that she has the qualifications to write and assess this program and also the experience to deliver it.

“When I decided to develop a business in wellness travel, I had no one to learn from and no one to turn to and no support,” Vomiero said.

“I had to research everything myself and it was like walking blindfolded in the forest! After collating all my findings, I have found a way to present this to the industry and travellers that makes sense and is easy to understand.

“For anyone who is serious about developing a business in wellness travel or pivoting into the wellness travel sector, I promise you this will take years off of your own research and learning, and you will feel supported!”

Become a Wellness Travel Specialist

Explore the wonderful world of wellness travel with In This Life Wellness Travel. From basic wellness foundation training, this six-week, immersive course will guide you through a journey of wellness to emerge as a Wellness Travel Specialist.

You will learn how wellness travel can become an important component of a healthy and holistic lifestyle, how to utilise the benefits of wellness travel as an important part of your clients’ journey towards optimal health and wellness, and how to ‘prescribe’ wellness travel with confidence, passion and enthusiasm and develop a sustainable travel business by simply adding a touch of wellness.

Course enrollments are open NOW!

The next course commences on Tuesday 20 April 2021 and runs for six weeks. Enrolments close on Friday 9 April 2021, but spaces are limited.

For more information, including how to register for the course and watch the free webinar, click here.

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