Mindbody BOLD Conference Sign Up

Mindbody bold conference

Mindbody bold conferenceNo matter how much I immerse myself in fitness and wellness books, it seems like I can never reach the point of knowing enough. There is always a new discovery or ideology about health that I can’t wait tackle. For anyone who can relate, Mindbody’s upcoming conference will enlighten those with a passion with healthy living. 

BOLD, Mindbody’s yearly user conference holds experts from the fitness, wellness, and beauty industries. This year the conference will be held in Hollywood, CA, from October 4 to 6. This year’s keynote speakers are Jillian Michaels, celebrity fitness and wellness expert, and Deepak Chopra, M.D., world-renowned physician and New York Times best-selling author. These experts will help attendants grow their business and connect with people in their industry, all while celebrating wellness. Other featured speakers include Tyron Woodley, Tara Sampson, Vito La Fata, and Luke Carlson.

The conference starts with check in and a choice of an evening wellness class, from POUND – The Rockout Workout, to Happy Hips, to Yamuna body Rolling. The second day starts with your choice of a wellness class, followed by keynote speaker Chopra. His discussion “The Future of Wellbeing” is followed by seminars with business gurus. The second day starts with another morning wellness class, followed by keynote speaker Michaels. The seminars on both days offer education on a wide range of topics, from marketing to social media and customer retention.

The two day experience is available for $199 until today, with a 10 percent discount when two or more people sign up together. For more information and to book your spot, visit https://www.mindbodyonline.com/bold-mindbody-conference

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