This mixology class gives participants a taste of the history behind bartending and craft cocktail-making. A hospitable bartender will shake things up and share information about key ingredients, bar tool etiquette, and techniques to create phenomenal cocktails (or mocktails) right at home!
In these classes, your community will be brought together through a cultural food experience. Whether making Japanese pancakes, homemade pasta from an Italian kitchen, or Indian chicken tikka masala, there is no better common ground than food. Participants in this class will be inspired by passionate home chefs and artisans around the world.
In these classes, participants will experience how simple it is to make a healthy meal at home. Your chef will demonstrate the steps to make your preferred meal and encourage participants to do it on their own.
This demo provides participants with the recipe, easy instructions, and helpful tips for creating a simple and healthy smoothie on their own. For on-site demos, Wellable brings blenders and all necessary ingredients to make batches of a made from scratch smoothie for participants to sample!
Participants play in teams, getting sent to breakout rooms after each question to guess the most popular answers to a series of Family Feud-style questions. The questions are designed to be fun to answer as well as inspire plenty of conversation among players.
Attendees of this game experience a nonstop trivia explosion! Players have 20 to 30 seconds for each question and receive points based on correct responses and speed. Between questions, participants get to interact, joke around, and marvel at the weird stuff other participants know. Participants can expect questions about movies, history, sports, music, and every other category you can imagine or questions can be customized upon request.
This game takes bingo out of the rec hall basement and adds some fun twists. Instead of calling out numbers like B5 or F2, the host plays clips from popular songs, which participants use to fill in their bingo cards. Once a participant gets five in a row, bingo! Wellable tailors the clips used in the game to the appropriate age demographic of the audience.
This game is designed to give teams a chance to compete on the battlefield of random knowledge! An engaging host will bring the energy and challenge participants’ trivia knowledge with questions from every category under the sun to encourage teamwork and conversation through an interactive and intuitive experience.
This beginner’s calligraphy workshop will teach participants the fundamentals of the meditative art of pointed-pen calligraphy in an inspirational, educational, and fun way. The easy-to-understand instructions focus on everything participants need to get started enjoying calligraphy, including how to properly hold and use a dip pen with acrylic ink, setting up a workspace, healthy ergonomics, specific goals for the practice, and project work following the class. Following each class, participants may check in individually to receive feedback by emailing images of their practice and creations to the instructor.
Attendees of this class will learn the brain science that packs so much power into the pen. Each session features a different writing technique and incorporates fun inspiration from current events, upcoming holidays, and more. Activities are based on The Journal To The Self method, which has impacted 100,000+ students worldwide since 1991. A variety of journaling classes are available such as tricks for creative problem-solving, goal setting, sparking inspiration, journaling on mission statements, and more.
This painting class has participants swap their pen and paper for paint and canvas to get to work…artwork that is! Attendees will follow an instructor’s step-by-step guidance to create their very own masterpiece. No painting experience required!
Acupuncture is an ancient healing practice that originated in China over 2,500 years ago. It is a key component of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), a holistic system of medicine that aims to restore balance and harmony within the body. Acupuncture involves the insertion of thin, sterile needles into specific points on the skin, known as acupuncture points, along energy pathways called meridians.
The underlying principle of acupuncture is based on the concept of Qi (pronounced "chee"), which is the vital energy that flows through the body along the meridians. According to TCM, imbalances or blockages in the flow of Qi can lead to various physical or mental ailments. By inserting needles at specific points, an acupuncturist seeks to regulate the flow of Qi, restore balance, and promote the body's natural healing abilities.
Participants sign up online for individual appointments (anywhere from 20 to 60 minutes in length) where a practitioner addresses acupuncture points on the ears and feet.
Stress and anxiety decrease immunity. This class teaches participants how to reduce stress and detoxify the body with essential oils in order to boost your immunity. During the class, participants make their very own blends using a variety of essential oils.
Chair massage is a type of massage therapy that is performed on a specially designed massage chair. Unlike traditional massage tables, which require the participant to lie down, chair massage allows the person to sit comfortably in an ergonomically designed chair, fully clothed.
Participants sign up online for individual appointments (anywhere from 10 to 60 minutes in length) where a licensed massage therapists uses a combination of techniques such as Swedish massage, acupressure, and deep tissue massage to target tension and tightness in the upper body. The focus is primarily on the neck, shoulders, back, and arms, areas where many people experience muscle tension due to poor posture, stress, or repetitive movements.
Reflexology is a holistic healing practice that involves applying pressure to specific points on the feet, hands, or ears to stimulate corresponding areas within the body. The underlying theory of reflexology is that energy pathways, similar to meridians in Traditional Chinese Medicine, run throughout the body and connect to the reflex points on the feet, hands, and ears.
Participants sign up online for individual appointments (anywhere from 10 to 60 minutes in length) where a reflexologist applies targeted pressure to reflex points to promote relaxation, balance the body's energy, and support natural healing processes. Reflexology does not involve the use of oils or lotions, and the recipient remains fully clothed during the session.
Reiki is a form of energy healing that originated in Japan in the early 20th. It is based on the belief that when the life force energy is low or blocked, it can lead to physical or emotional imbalances, and by channeling Reiki energy, the body's natural ability to heal itself is stimulated. The practice involves the transfer of healing energy from the practitioner to the recipient through their hands.
Participants sign up online for individual appointments (anywhere from 10 to 60 minutes in length) where, while fully clothed, a Reiki practitioner places their hands lightly on or just above specific areas of the recipient's body, allowing the healing energy to flow. If a participant prefers not to be touched, they can indicate this to the practitioner before beginning or at any point during a session.
This class provides an opportunity for participants to learn about the benefits of and techniques for the delivery of massage…all on their own! Through a combination of movements and stretches, self-massage increases blood flow to muscles, relieves pain and tension, and helps attendees relax and recharge.
This class provides an opportunity for participants to learn information about, the benefits of, and techniques for the delivery of reflexology…all on their own! Targeting nerve endings in the hands and feet, massaging specific reflex points helps improve digestion, release tension, and boost circulation, while providing an opportunity for attendees to relax and recharge.