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Corporate Wellness Support

Your work force powers your company and food powers your work force.  I offer a variety of packages and can also tailor sessions to your organisation's needs.

My Clients

It has been wonderful to work with so many companies to help to improve the health of their workforce.   

Stress and unhealthy eating can lead to higher levels of sickness and sick days, leaving a work force struggling to be efficient and happy. 

The Health and Safety Executive Report from Oct 2019 showed that in 2018/19 602,000 workers were suffering from work-related stress, depression or anxiety (new or long-standing).  Stress, depression or anxiety accounted for
44% of all work-related ill health cases and 54% of all working days (12.8 million days) lost due to ill health.

Like a car, our bodies need the correct fuel to make it work well and I will help to educate and motivate your staff to make the correct dietary choices.   This will help to support the well being of your staff and as a consequence minimise illness and loss of working days for your company.

NutriViva offers informative nutrition sessions on a variety of topics, which benefit the health and well-being of your staff.   This is a wonderful opportunity for your staff to get up to date scientific and motivating advice.

Nutriviva offers: Workshops and Wellness Days

I regulrly work with a wonderful movement and mindset expert, Cecilie Jacobsen, from Core Coaching. We regularly run sessions based around our Wheel of Resilience. We strongly believe that you can't isolate the different areas of health, they are all interlinked and must be looked at as a whole. We run workshops which aim to improve the resilience and performance of your work force, so that health, energy, mood and motivation are high. 

The sessions are vibrant, interactive and interesting, ensuring that your staff take home key messages, ensuring positive changes and a strong and resilient workforce.

Nutritional Workshops

Workshops that I run alongside Cecilie from Core Coaching include: 

1) Whole Body Wellness

This focuses on the gut brain connection and the importance of movement, with practical movement snacks.

2) Sleep - the body's secret gift

This explains why sleep is so important for your health and how to achieve a good night's sleep.  

3) Brain Health and Mindset

This explores the nutrients that are important for good mental health and the power of a positive mindset.

NutriViva can also vary seminar topics to align with other corporate well-being campaigns - please let me know and I will be more than happy to work with you.

1) Food, Mood and Mental Well-Being
The mental health of a work force is important for maintaining performance and reducing sick days. Mental health has become a big health topic.
The Health and Safety Executive Report 2019 showed that in 2018/19 602,000 workers were suffering from work-related stress, depression or anxiety (new or long-standing). These conditions accounted for 44% of all work-related ill health cases and 54% of all working days (12.8 million days) lost due to ill health.

The brain like any part of the body is nourished by food and it is important to keep it well-nourished for optimum performance. This talk can take one of 2 formats:

1) Psychobiotics and the Gut Brain Axis. The microbes living in our guts have been shown to influence our mood, stress response, memory, behaviour and promote a healthy immune system – it is time to look after them.

2) The specific nutrients that are important for good mental health today as well as reducing your risk of Alzheimer’s disease in the future.

The aim of the session will to encourage the clients to make certain dietary changes in order to reduce anxiety/stress and increase their ability to be productive without burning out.

2) Cancer Prevention and Food
Caring about your work force helps to create a strong bond between management and the work force. Cancer is a topic that many people are keen to avoid – this talk however is about avoiding getting cancer in the first place.
Being overweight or obese increases one’s risk of 12 different cancers. There are other cancers which are linked with specific food intakes.
This talk explains what foods to choose and which ones to avoid in order to minimise the risk of developing certain cancers.

3) Body Balance and Food
Healthy eating can drop down the priority list when work and life get busy. Energy intake needs to be balanced throughout the day to ensure efficient working. The immune system can also struggle to work effectively if nutrients are missed.

This talk aims to motivate clients on how to make healthy choices so that the immune system can function efficiently, thereby minimising illness and subsequent sick days. It also gives guidance on how to ensure a balanced blood sugar throughout the day.

4) Vegan, Vegetarian or Meat Eater – Which one to choose?
Veganism has become a big talking point over the last few years. An estimated half a million people were vegan in 2016, whereas today it has increased to more than 3.5 million people (5% of our population).
This talk aims to educate people on the health and nutritional benefits, as well as concerns, of the 3 types of eating. 

Nutriviva also offers Wellness Days

(which can also include movement and pilates from Cecilie at Core Coaching who I regularly collaborate with):

1-2-1 SESSIONS and Nutritional Seminars


1-2-1 sessions are confidential, and held with a qualified Dietitian.

These sessions can be included as part of the corporate wellness day.

Short consultation
This lasts 20-30 minutes. Two appointment types are available.

a) Body Composition Check: This includes the following measurements: weight, body fat %, total body water %, muscle mass, visceral fat, body mass index, bone mineral mass and metabolic age.
b) Micronutrient Assessment: This involves a dietary questionnaire assessing the diet for certain micronutrient deficiencies. Micronutrients are key to keeping the body fit and healthy - whether that be mental wellness, immune, thyroid, heart or bone health.

Full consultation
This lasts 1 or 2 hours.
The full consultations include both the Body Composition Check and the Micronutrient Assessment.

The 2-hour session is appropriate for executives aiming to maintain good physical health so that work levels can be maintained and targets met (all nutritional aspects can be assessed - mental strength, immune, thyroid and bone health).

The 1-hour session is less detailed, however it is still very informative and may be appropriate for advising a larger number of the work-force.

Follow up appointments can be arranged where appropriate, either face to face or by telephone. 


Orla is an expert in her field, so much so that we are now working in partnership with Orla to create a unique and innovative Executive Resilience Coaching Programme integrating the very best of nutritional analysis, body composition, and gut/brain axis. A professional and extremely competent Dietitian and Nutritionalist.

I just wanted to say a big thank you for you part in our recent wellbeing programme. It was fascinating to understand how gut health linked to the brain and overall wellness. It was also a perfect compliment to the two other content sections

I also wanted to say a huge thank you for providing the answers to the questions in chat – it is really appreciated and I have no doubt will go down very well indeed with the group

Many thanks again and I hope our paths cross again soon

 we had a nutritionist/ dietitian come into the office and she did a presentation and then also some 1-2-1 assessments  for people in the office who had signed up for it. It was very well received, a lot of good feedback and I would recommend it if you have not done something like that for your office yet.

Orla facilitated a 60 minute session for Philips employees on Menopause and impact on work life, which was part of our scheduled events for #International Women’s day.
Orla’s session catered for all participants who wanted to improve their knowledge on this topic. It was well-researched, providing evidence-based facts on reproductive cycles, nutrition and link to health, yet simplified in language and terms that were relatable, and incorporating proactive tips and tricks on simple lifestyle changes to help ease symptoms. She openly encouraged group participation and questions, creating a safe space for people to share and discuss.