Whip your business into shape with Long Beach Lodge Resort in Tofino, BC...
Announcing 2015 Corporate Wellness Retreats
Dec. 1, 2014, Tofino, BC – The time-honoured tradition of New Year’s resolutions to get in shape, drop a few pounds and reenergize for the coming months is fast approaching, and Long Beach Lodge Resort is setting the stage for business owners to extend the tradition right into their operations and consider whipping their business, along with their waistlines, into shape throughout January and February 2015.
Long Beach Lodge Resort in Tofino, BC has created an all-inclusive package for business owners looking to get away from the rise and grind work week mindset, gather with their team, and get down to the business of planning how to tackle their major strategic goals for the New Year.
The Corporate Wellness Retreat includes minimum two nights accommodation in the Lodge’s Rainforest Cottages, daily meals in the Great Room overlooking Cox Bay Beach, use of the Lodge’s private function room for meetings or fitness classes, and access to the hot tub, sauna and fitness centre. Pricing starts at $416 Cdn per person, based on four guests per cottage. Three, four and seven night pricing is also available.
Additional add-on activities for the Corporate Wellness Retreat include a welcome cocktail and canapé reception; group surf lesson; marine boat adventure; cooking class with Executive Chef Ian Riddick; naturalist-led nature walk; yoga session; and wine service with dinner. Add-on activity rates are based on group size.
Located along sandy Cox Bay Beach, Long Beach Lodge Resort boasts excellent vantage points for those wishing to take in winter storm season from the comfort of the Lodge’s Great Room. The storm season in Tofino is most active during the first two months of the year, making this an excellent time to witness the substantial swells arriving on shore and the power of nature. On the non-stormy days, for those looking to embrace the winter weather in true Tofino fashion, the on-site Surf Club Adventure Centre offers surf lessons for guests. Each lesson includes access to heated change rooms and showers, making the slide in and out of wetsuits much more comfortable than the damp parking lots next to nearby beaches, commonly used by die-hard locals. The hot tub is just steps away for a good soak after surfing and playing in those winter waves.
Tofino is easily accessible by plane or via driving, with the drive from Victoria to Tofino ( approximately four hours) rated as one of the top drives in Canada by Michelin's North American road Atlas. Tofino Bus (http://www.tofinobus.com/) provides daily transportation to Tofino from Nanaimo, Vancouver and Victoria where there are direct flights from key corporate markets like Calgary, Seattle, San Francisco, Toronto. From Vancouver to Tofino, there are regular flights with Orca Airways & K.D Air , which take approximately 45 minutes and depart from the South Terminal of Vancouver International Airport to the Tofino-Long Beach Airport. From Victoria, there are scheduled flights with Island Express Air. From Seattle, guests may fly via Kenmore Air directly to Nanaimo. Guests may also fly out of Nanaimo, Vancouver or Victoria direct to Tofino, on a seaplane with Tofino Air , or Atleo Air.
For more information on the Wellness Retreat at Long Beach Lodge Resort, view online or call 250-725-2442.
About Long Beach Lodge Resort
The visionary dream of owner Tim Hackett, and famous for its iconic Great Room, with spectacular ocean views and cozy fireside dining and relaxing, Long Beach Lodge Resort is home to one of the best surfing experiences in the area. Long Beach Lodge Resort is set right on the ocean beach of Cox Bay, Tofino (One of Tofino’s best surfing beaches) and provides beautifully appointed accommodations in a private, wild Pacific West Coast setting. The resort offers 41 lodge rooms, 20 two-bedroom cottages and a full service dining room, as well as meeting space and instant beach access. In celebration of its 10th anniversary two years ago, in 2012 the new Surf Club Adventure Centre opened, providing guests with a fully equipped centre complete with changing rooms, rentals, retail shop, hot tub and coffee bar. Long Beach Lodge Resort has been featured in Architectural Digest, recently became the first resort on Vancouver Island to receive over 1,000 excellent Trip Advisor reviews. For more information, visit www.longbeachlodgeresort.com or 250-725-2442.
Kate Rogers, Tartan Group: 604-880-1494 (cell) or firstname.lastname@example.org
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