Keeping fit with Asia’s wellness trends at Bali Wellness Summit

FIT Summit, the thought leadership and networking platform for Asia-Pacific’s fitness, wellness and hospitality industries, will be holding its Bali Wellness Summit on November 28 at Alila Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia.

The event will shine a spotlight on Asia’s dynamic and fast-growing wellness industry, focusing on topics around the business of wellness, including wellness trends, wellness and fitness facilities, wellness tourism, consumer demand and new product innovation.

FIT Summit to hold its Bali Wellness Summit next month

The Bali Wellness Summit, which aims to give attendees access to industry connectivity, insights, knowledge and business development, will gather 250 executives from 100 companies, including Asia’s leading hotels, resorts, spas, retreats, gyms, clinics, solution providers and investors, according to the organisers.

Confirmed speakers include Amanda Teng, director, spa operations (South-east Asia & India), Hilton Hotels & Resorts; Benjaporn Karoonkornsakul, founder and CEO, The Absolute Group; Ezekiel Vicente, chief human resources officer, Mindvalley; Jeremy McCarthy, group head, spa & wellness, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group; Lindsay Madden-Nadeau, global director, well-being, AccorHotels; Meghan Pappenheim, co-founder, The Yoga Barn and The BaliSpirit Festival; Anabel Chew, co-founder, WeBarre & WeBarre Retreats; Peter Thew, co-founder, Yoga Movement; Paul Hawco, director of wellness, Rosewood Phuket; Tommy Lai, CEO, General Hotel Management; Alex De Fina, founder and owner, Pherform; Tony De Leede, a wellness and fitness entrepreneur; and Zoe Wall, group director, spa (Asia), Minor International.

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