JUN 2018

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D r e a m B i g • june 2018 • [ 65 ] World Wellness Weekend (W3) will take place this September 22-23 at properties around the globe. Launched in just two countries last year by guest experience educator and strategist Jean-Guy de Gabriac, the W3 eff ort has now grown to include more than 40 countries with the active support of 30 spa and tourism associations, along with Biologique Recherche as its fi rst offi cial sponsor. By September, W3 hopes to have 1,000 properties and 50 countries on board. Therefore, they're inviting all wellness-related businesses—spas, beauty institutes, fi tness clubs and more—to register online. When they do so, they'll become part of a network committed to showcasing the talent and passion of their teams by organizing fun and creative wellness activities, open to the public, free of charge. The plan is to bring wellness to as many people as possible, and to help boost the wellness industry in the process. To learn more, visit HEAL THE WORLD W E L L N E S S W A T C H H E A L I N G N E W S © GETTY IMAGES Beautifully Natural Naturally Beautiful 1 . 8 0 0 . 2 7 2 . 1 7 1 6 w w w. b i o j o u v a n c e . c o m )ƚ ųŅŞå±ĹåųƋĜĀåÚkųč±ĹĜÏ Visit us at: IECS Las Vegas, June 23-25 booth # 741 ULTIMATE SKIN HYDRATION You probably already spend plenty of time extolling the benefi ts of rest and relaxation to your clients— but what would you say are the all-time greatest ideas conceived during sleep and/or inspired by dreams? Americans and Brits weighed in on that very question for a recent poll commissioned by the Apple award-winning meditation app Calm. The results? Einstein's theory of relativity, which reportedly began with a dream about a fi eld of cows surrounded by an electric fence, was voted into the top spot. The periodic table of chemical elements, which apparently came to Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev in his sleep, scored second place. Rounding out the top fi ve were the invention of the sewing machine; the model of the atom; and the Beatles song "Yesterday," dreamed up by Paul McCartney. "Sleep is not just vital to health, but perhaps the greatest single source of creativity and new ideas," concludes Calm cofounder Alex Tew. u Dream Big

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