Our bespoke, physical and virtual wellness retreats are designed to give professionals that holiday feeling in calming atmospheres.
They include workshops to support attendees’ wellbeing management and personal development, as well as creating a special occasion to connect with colleagues through purpose-driven activities; all whilst having great fun!
ABOUT OUR RETREATS
Our (virtual) wellness retreats include stimulating workshops designed with the perfect balance of relaxation, personal development, networking opportunities and fun!
This is a unique experience for employers to build an authentic and inclusive community in the workplace, whilst providing participants with an intriguing insight into wellness practices through a creative lens.
* Relaxation and calmness
* Reduce stress and anxiety
* Refreshed perspectives, mindset & attitude
* Increased self-consciousness
* Enhanced sense of community
* Enhanced confidence
* Enhanced clarity
Our typical 1 day virtual retreat is outlined in the agenda below. We also offer half day and long-weekend options and we are happy to tailor our activities specifically to your team’s needs.
|9:00 – 10:00||Welcome & Introduction (Including the agenda and our theme of the day)|
|10:00 – 11:00||De-stressing Yoga & Meditation Practice|
|11:00 – 11:30||Coffee break|
|11:30 – 13:00||Interactive, Collaborative Art Workshop|
|13:00 – 14:00||Lunch break|
|14:00 – 15:30||Positive Thinking Techniques Workshop|
|15:30 – 16:00||Conclusion & Goodbye|
These workshops are typically provided, but we pride ourselves on tailoring our retreats to meet your specific needs.
DE-STRESSING YOGA & MEDITATION
Our relaxing yoga & meditation class is an enlightening blend of spiritual and physical practices. We combine movement, breathing techniques and meditation to build physical energy and increase consciousness. The practice helps participants build awareness and power to create lasting, positive habits to calm the mind.
INTERACTIVE, COLLABORATIVE ART
Combining meditative visualisation exercises with art creation increases relaxation and creativity. This can change our daily mood and impact our overall wellbeing. To start, participants will visualise and draw symbols associated with their mood and imagination. Attendees will then collaborate and create artwork together.
POSITIVE THINKING TECHNIQUES
Participants will practice positive-thinking techniques through a mixture of activities, conversations, creativity and reflection. Making a habit of these practices develops an awareness of wellbeing, positive qualities and natural talents. These habits encourage sustainable happiness, balance and sense of purpose.
Our retreats are available online, physically and in hybrid formats.
We manage all digitalrequirements from organising and facilitating the event to bespoke branding, event documentation and feedback collection.
Every Talent Courtyard event is unique. We create bespoke workshops based on the needs of our attendees to ensure they provide practical guidance.
We are a global community of diverse professionals. As a collective, we discover new ways of enhancing wellbeing for all those involved.
- A unique website landing page designed for your chosen event, allowing attendees to sign up individually
- Virtual events: Technology structure and set-up to host the event
- Physical events: Printed content and equipment to host the event
- All workshop facilitator fees
- Your branding on all pre, during and post-retreat collateral
- Recordings and imagery of the event for your records upon request
Note from a happy customer
‘Talent Courtyard is organised, enthusiastic and has excellent skills to share with traders and consumers alike. Our Virtual Retreat provided a space for traders to de-stress and relax during a turbulent time. One of the highlights was creating artwork of Mdina, Malta’s medieval capital, together and seeing our partners and agents express themselves. Many of the attendees shared that they would continue with the practices after the sessions as it brought them relaxation and nostalgia from their childhood.’
Natalie Swinburne, Malta Tourism Authority