Pullman Hotels & Resorts by AccorHotels has just unveiled a brand new wellbeing program that is developed in collaboration with Pullman’s Wellness Coach, Sarah Hoey. The program is designed to facilitate the adoption of a healthier lifestyle amongst travelers and it is based on the four universal pillars of health: Sleep, Food, Sport and Spa.
For FOOD, the program includes an Active Breakfast created by Sarah Hoey. Menu options encompass the four fundamentals of age defense, energy boost, balance and detox. A variety of foods cater to individual requirements and tastes, including dairy, sugar and gluten free selections. Throughout the day, body and facial treatments at the SPA reflect the needs of the guest. Examples include: Dawn treatment to wake up gently; Daytime treatment to feel invigorated; Evening treatment to slow down. As with the breakfast menus, each treatment may be customized for age defense, energy boost, balance and detox. SPORT is addressed through a series of 7-minute videos available on YouTube. Guests may follow Sarah’s yoga and fitness routines in their guestrooms, or join in a group fitness class. A fitness bag and local jogging map are also provided. To encourage more restful SLEEP, a short guide to gentle stretching and exercise is provided: a morning routine enabling the body and muscles to wake up; and an evening routine to relieve tension accumulated during the course of the day.
The three Pullman hotels in São Paulo (Pullman São Paulo Vila Olímpia, Pullman São Paulo Ibirapuera and Pullman São Paulo Guarulhos Airport) are delighted to host Sarah Hoey for team training in all aspects of the Pullman Wellbeing experience. Previously introduced in March 2017 at the Pullman Dubai Creek City Center, the program has received great accolades from guests and locals. Following the launch in São Paulo, Sarah will continue to help rollout the program in Sardinia, Dakar, Marrakech and Mazagan, followed by San Francisco, Paris, Bangkok, Phuket and Auckland. This program will continue to expand around the world with the goal of one hotel per region, and then one per country. At a later stage, Sarah will lead masterclasses at participating hotels across the network.