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There’s still time to nab a spot on Thailand’s ‘Sell Your Way to Wellness’ famil!

If you’re looking to upskill yourself so that you can offer even more to your clients when the borders are open again, there is still a chance to nab one of the six remaining spots on a Thailand famil and experience a wellness break yourself.

As of Monday, 120 agents across Australia have enrolled in the ‘Sell Your Way to Wellness’ agent famil and incentive program run by Health & Fitness Travel in partnership with the Tourism Authority of Thailand.

According to TAT, the feedback from agents has been very positive, with an overwhelming agreement that health and wellness travel will be just what the doctor ordered as coronavirus restrictions ease.

The first dedicated wellness travel famil is planned for July 2021 with a bespoke Health & Fitness Travel ‘Fusion Fitness’ program, plus return economy flights and including private accommodation, spa treatments, private wellness sessions, and all meals at the award-winning retreat Kamalaya in Koh Samui.

You can access the training program for free here until 31 May 2021.

Samantha Lippiatt, director of Health & Fitness Travel, said: “We realise now more than ever how important our health is and there is pent-up demand for travel.”

“If your clients have dreamed of a wellness holiday but never got around to it, now they will prioritise it.”


Featured image: supplied by Health & Fitness Travel


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