CANYON RANCH LAUNCHES CHAPTERS - THE WELLNESS BOOK FESTIVAL

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TUCSON, Ariz., June 6, 2024 ~ Canyon Ranch, a renowned wellness resort and spa, is set to host the first-ever Chapters – The Wellness Book Festival from August 8-12, 2024. This five-day event will feature over 15 authors and podcasters who are leaders in the wellness industry.

Among the notable participants are Melissa Urban, author of The New Whole30; Yumna Jawad, author of The Feel Good Foodie Cookbook; and Amy Brown, co-host of The Bobby Bones radio show and host of the 4 Things podcast. Other featured authors include Dr. Sue Varma, Nora McInerny, Jesse Coomer, Martinus Evans, Corey Keyes, and Bonnie Wan.

According to Mark Rivers, Canyon Ranch's chief executive officer, "Today's world of wellness is a vibrant and inclusive fusion of ideas, insights, information and intelligence." He believes that this festival is the perfect platform to bring together these talented writers and their fans for dialogue, guidance and unique experiences.

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Melissa Urban also expressed her excitement about participating in Chapters. She said, "I am so excited to share my story with the Canyon Ranch community. This pioneering festival is the perfect venue to meet readers and celebrate the voices who are changing lives every day."

Guests can choose to stay at Canyon Ranch for two to five days during the festival. With over 30 daily activities planned at the resort, there will be plenty of opportunities for guests to engage with their favorite authors. These activities include cooking demonstrations, special workouts, hikes and social events.

To book a stay at Canyon Ranch during Chapters – The Wellness Book Festival, guests can visit www.canyonranch.com/chapters or call 844-417-9315 and reference the code "Chapters". This promises to be an unforgettable experience for anyone looking to improve their well-being through literature and interactive activities.
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