A Weekend Away From Home | Club Mondain

A weekend away from home | Club Mondain

Not often but sometimes it occurs that there is a weekend abroad during in the business trip. This brings a whole new set of challenges and opportunities for your vitality. So much to do and so much to see, but is this really the best time to be the tourist?

Downtime is very valuable when traveling. The pace of work is usually much higher compared to being in the office. While focussing on this project the e-mails keep pouring in, you can be reach at all hours due to the time zone differences and working late is tempting when alone in a hotel room.

Here at Club Mondain we want to suggest a few alternatives to the above scenario, so you can increase your energy and focus for the next week ahead:

  1. Go to local spa or massage parlor,

  2. Schedule 1 hour without any devices,

  3. Do a free city tour, book it via the hotel, local tourist office or go to http://www.neweuropetours.eu/.

  4. Take a stroll down to the city and sit down in a park or café with a book,

  5. For low intensity do a yoga class or for high intensity take a drop-in bootcamp class.

These are but a few options, for more check out our News section for more blogs about cities or exercise. Either way especially when away for business and you must spend the weekend, use this time to create a space for your health and vitality!

Our signature program is designed to fit any multinational organisation, who wants to boost the vitality of their executives. Tailor-made vitality programs are available on request.

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