We represent a group of holistic doctors that sponsor health and wellness events at different companies and we would like to tell you about a program that can benefit your employees and customers.

Our “lunch and learn” presentations are designed to motivate, inspire, and educate your employees on the 3 secrets to stress management. Each presentation is approximately one hour and includes your choice of lunch or breakfast on us.

Our keynote speakers are Dr. Cordie and Dr. Tania Williams. They are experts in the field of health and wellness, stress reduction, nutrition, personal development, and motivation. They are both highly sought after speakers who keep audiences attentive and entertained while feeding them life saving and uplifting information.

There are 3 key benefits of implementing this program in your company:

  1. You will be providing an excellent speaker to educate your employees on ways to improve their health, reduce stress, and increase vitality.
  2. We will provide lunch or breakfast to your employees during the presentation.
  3. The outcome will increase productivity, decrease absenteeism, and lead to a healthier, more vital, and less stressed employee base.

We have a limited amount of dates available, so please call 760-385-8352 to reserve your date before our schedule fills up.

We appreciate your time and will be calling you in a couple of days to do a follow up. Our 2018 schedule is filling rapidly, so please make sure you take advantage by booking your event today.


Drs. Cordie & Tania Williams
Health From Within Family Wellness Center
1818 Marron Rd Suite #103

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There are over 600 articles that analyze the research and anecdotal evidence of the cost-effectiveness of worksite wellness programs. In a review of 42 of these articles, there has been shown to be a:

  • 28% reduction in sick leave absenteeism
  • 26% reduction in the use of the health care benefit
  • 30% reduced worker’s comp claims and disability management
  • Reduced presenteeism losses

(Larry Chapman, “Meta-evaluation of Worksite Health Promotion Economic Return Studies”, the American Journal of Health Promotion, 2003)

Employers who invest in worksite health promotion programs can see a return of $3-$6 for every dollar invested over a 2-5 year period. Documented savings are observed in medical costs, absenteeism, workers comp claims, short-term disability and presenteeism (lower on-the-job efficiency due to employee health problems.)
(American Journal of Preventable Medicine, December 2005)

Here are some specific employee wellness statistics you may find interesting:

  • With only 60% participation, Coca-Cola found that they saved $500 per year per employee with their program.
  • According to a 2004 Ipsos-Reid employee wellness statistics study, the main preventable causes of employee absences are mental health (anxiety/depression), stress and a negative relationship with a manager or supervisor.
  • Prudential Insurance’s employee wellness statistics show that their benefit cost per employee enrolled in their wellness program is $312, but the same benefit is $574 per non-enrolled employee.
  • On average, health care claim costs for IBM employees who exercise 1-2 times a week are $350 a year less than those who don’t exercise at all.
  • Coors Brewing Co.’s employee wellness statistics indicate that they save $5.50 per $1 spent on wellness; participant absenteeism drops by 18%.

In the 1990’s the United Nations dubbed stress “the 20th Century Disease.” With the help of employee wellness programs and the data provided by employee wellness statistics, hopefully we can change that in the 21st century!

4 Key Benefits
Decreased healthcare costs
Decreased Absenteeism
Increased Productivity
Decreased stress

U.S. healthcare costs doubled from 1990 to 2001 and are projected to double by 2012 (Partnerships for Prevention, www.prevent.ort)

Nearly 60% of all companies and 95% of large companies have programs designed to encourage individuals to take some responsibility for their health.

Four of the ten most costly health conditions affecting employers are related to heart disease and stroke. Employees with heart disease and heart disease risk factors cost employers thousands of dollars more than healthy employees each year through higher insurance. (Goetzel, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine)

In fact, most people are shocked to find out that Starbucks Coffee spends more money on health care costs than they do on coffee, and General Motors spends more on health care costs than they do on steel!
Herrick D.,
“Why Employee – Based Health Insurance is Unraveling,”
National Center for Policy Analysis, November 1, 2005

The nation spends $7,129 per-person on healthcare each year.
USA Today
October 16, 2006 Preventable illness makes up 70% of the burden of illness and its associated expenses.

The New England Journal of Medicine
• Over 95% of our nations expenditures are committed to diagnosing and treating disease only after it becomes manifested.

Partnership for Prevention
• America marks up 4% of the world’s population and spends 50% of all the money on medical care worldwide.

World Health Organization
• The United States is currently ranked 37th in the world health.

World Health Organization