The Westin Melbourne to arrange a two-day wellness program hosted by Rachael Finch

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Rachael Finch, the well-being advocate of Westin Hotels & Resorts, will host an event from April 16 to April 17 to inspire and help guests pursue their well-being.

The event, Westin Wellness Escapes, will be held at The Westin Melbourne exclusively for the guests of the hotel. The two-day program will combine movement with relaxation so that the attendees can leave the event with better mental and physical states.

Finch is a model, TV presenter, and a certified health coach. Her two-day program will be an exclusive opportunity for anyone interested in knowing her approach to improve and maintain health and well-being. She will also take a 90-minute dance class, well expected from a person who sees dancing as a way to stay fit.

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The event includes a handful of features such as yoga class, dance class, three-course dinner on Saturday, breakfast on Sunday, and one night stay in a Deluxe Room. You can book your place via the website of the Westin Melbourne. The cost per person will be AUD$359, which can be shared by two persons.

Rachael’s well-being event is a part of the hotel’s brand-wide campaign named the Westin Well-being Movement. The company launched the campaign with a target to inspire and make their guests throughout the world aware about their well-being.

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In early 2015, the company introduced Westin Wellness Escapes, which is an ongoing campaign hosted by experts in different areas such as Yoga, nutrition, meditation, running, etc. To know more about the campaign, you can visit Westin Well-being.

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