Services available for any size corporation.

  • Motivational Keynote Speaker

  • Full Day & 1/2 Day Board Retreats  & Wellness Workshops

  • 90 Day Corporate Fitness Challenge- Designed and Implemented

  • Health Fair Production: Food Demo's, Zumba & Nutrition Classes

  • Simple, Fun Healthy Cooking Classes

  • Group Coaching Programs- Customized for chronic conditions, focused on modifiable health risks.  Clients receive individual support to reach their goals, reduce stress levels, increase energy levels & reduce absenteeism.

  • Individual Coaching- 3 month & 6 month programs.

  • On site fitness classes: Zumba, Gentle Stretching; Guided Meditation; Vividance-cross of gentle yoga, breathing and dance.

  • Lunch and Learn - Wellness & Fitness

  • Employee Wellness Appreciation Incentive Program​​





Imagine the health and well being of your employees as a vital natural resource that can be cultivated to power your company at optimum levels.  

Healthy workers are happy productive workers.  However, chronic disease costs our country BILLIONS of dollars annually.

Success requires support.  Your team deserves to have a health expert guiding them to define and reach their health goals. 

Let us assess your current workplace wellness quotient and determine the best course to minimize risks and optimize company wellness. 

  • Employers spent more than $8,500 per active employee on health care coverage in 2011, 76 percent of the $11,176 total cost, with employees covering the balance. (Towers Watson; National Business Group on Health. The Road Ahead: Shaping Health Care Strategy in a Post-Reform Environment; 2011.) 

  • Many employers are shifting a portion of these additional costs to employees, which is why employee contributions have increased 45 percent on average from five years ago compared to a 36 percent average increase for employers during the same period. (Kaiser Family Foundation. The Uninsured: A Primer. December 2010.) 

  • It is estimated that as much as 75 percent of total U.S. health care spending is for people with chronic conditions. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Four Common Causes of Chronic Disease. April 2012.) 

  • Four modifiable health risks (tobacco use, poor nutrition, lack of physical activity, and excessive alcohol consumption) are responsible for much of this chronic disease burden. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Four Common Causes of Chronic Disease. April 2012.) 

  • According to a recent survey, 90 percent of companies with an outcomes-based program use a weight-related standard and 75 percent use blood pressure, cholesterol, and tobacco use. (Towers Watson; National Business Group on Health. Pathway to Health and Productivity, 2011/2012 Staying@Work Survey Report.)