Prices

Vital Health Nutrition offer a range of seminars, webinars and health services 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 seminar or webinar

£550

Series of three 60-minute seminars or webinars

£1500

90-minute workshop

£650

Bite-size videos

Price on application

Health Checks (minimum 10).  These include a panel of blood tests, a consultation and personalised health improvement plan.

Price on application

Health MOT (minimum 10). 30 minute consultation including a food diary and  health questionnaire analysis plus personalised health improvement plan

£75 per person

Terms of Engagement

Payment Terms

An invoices for the full amount will be issued upon confirmation of booking.  Our payment term is 30 days from the date of invoice or prior to the event start date, whichever is sooner.

Cancellation

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.

Disclaimer

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.