Vital Health Nutrition offer a range of talks, seminars and workshops to support your employees to improve their health and wellbeing.

Our standard prices are listed below, but we can tailor our services to meet your needs, and would be happy to discuss any wellbeing initiatives you are considering and suggest how we could add value.


 60 minute lunchtime seminar £300
 Seminar programme – 3 x 1 hour sessions £750

 Taster table for up to 25 people

Taster table for more than 25 people Priced on application
 Children’s Health programme £2,000
 Weight loss challenge Priced on application
 Health checks per person (minimum 10) £25

 On-site consultations – half day  

Choose from 4 x one hour consultations or 12 x twenty-minute consultations


On-site consultations – full day

Choose from 8 x one-hour consultations or 24 x twenty-minute consultations


Terms of Engagement

Payment Terms

Payment is taken at booking unless otherwise stated.  If payment by invoice has been previously agreed, the payment needs to be made 30 days from the date of invoice or prior to the event start date, whichever is sooner.


Should circumstances mean that you have to cancel your event and are unable to transfer your booking to another date at the time of cancellation, the following charges will apply:

  • More than four weeks prior to the event start date – no charge
  • Two to four weeks prior to the event – 50% of the price
  • Less than two weeks prior to the course – full fee.

Costs incured for expenses are non-refundable at any time.

Force Majeure

Vital Health Nutrition Ltd reserves the right to cancel or postpone events under circumstances beyond our control such as an act of God, Governmental Regulation, Fire, War, Terrorist Activity or Civil Commotion.


Vital Health Nutrition provides generic advice to educate the Client’s employees to make sensible nutritional choices. Under no circumstances will Vital Health Nutrition and its representatives be responsible for any loss, adverse reactions, effects, consequences, damage, affliction or illness resulting from an attendees reliance on the content of the materials delivered. Content should not be considered a substitute for professional medical advice, treatment or diagnosis.