Group Health Education

Ignitehealth offers on-site group health education seminars. These sessions cover a variety of health and wellness topics and are led by trained Ignitehealth Wellness Specialists. Most sessions are about 45 minutes in length and are followed by a 15 minute question and answer session.

Topics include but are not limited to the following:

  • Physical Activity
  • Nutrition
  • Stress Mastery
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Weight Management
  • Self-Care Essentials

One-On-One Wellness Coaching

Health coaching is a process that facilitates healthy, sustainable behavior change by challenging a client to listen to their inner wisdom, identify their values, and transform their goals into action. Health Coaches are available to come to your worksite and provide one on one individual wellness coaching to help employees:

  • Set personal goals and develop a plan to achieve them
  • Identify gaps in knowledge or skills, and identify the steps needed to close those gaps
  • Build upon previous training
  • Improve individual performance

Coaches provide confidential, personalized guidance. They support employees by acting as a resource, a sounding board, and a partner, but also by providing unbiased feedback and by asking questions that spark discussions, provoke thought, and inspire self-reflection.

Group Health Challenges

Health challenges use group competition to help people in your work community become more fit and healthy by collectively pursuing a specific goal. These campaigns and challenges help engage employees in wellness program topics such as regular exercise, proper nutrition, stress management and self-care.


“There isn’t anything better than the knowledge and understanding of what we put into our own bodies and what we serve to our consumers on a daily basis. With that education I can now shop not only for our community home but for my own home with confidence.

The things I once never thought about, processed foods, carcinogens, the difference in all natural and organic vs not, all play a factor in my shopping routine now. I’ve always wanted to make sure that my family and the close people I care for are as healthy as they possibly can be. I can now take what I have learned pay it forward.

We have made changes to the way we eat here at the community home. We also have passed along the importance of health and exercise to our fellow employees. Our residents are now eating healthy foods and enjoying them. We hope as staff we can make a difference in their lives, a healthy difference.



Up to 70% of our health care spending is driven by five unhealthy lifestyle behaviors:

  • Poor Diet
  • Inactivity
  • Tobacco Use
  • Stress
  • Alcohol & Drug Use