Health & Fitness Professional’s Wellness Integration Program

We implement revenue generating wellness solutions for healthcare and complimentary/alternative healthcare providers forming a win-win partnership that allows coach, practice and consumer to benefit by providing a broader set of health and wellness solutions that improve patient care and results through the use of integrated health and wellness services.


Working with Healthcare Providers



Active. Healthy. Well. is an educational, consulting and coaching company that implements revenue generating wellness solutions - activehealthywell.com

Education, Consulting & Coaching

Active. Healthy. Well. (AHW) is a wellness educational, consulting and coaching company that implements revenue generating wellness solutions for healthcare professionals and complementary/alternative health and wellness businesses (CAHP), spas, and some salons within the central Florida area.

We work with healthcare providers business and staff to develop a business plan and sales strategy that will create revenue generating health and wellness solutions for their practice. We help their business leverage the trillion dollar wellness market and achieve financial success, with no or minimal overhead and assist their practice promote their overall health of their patients, improving lifetime customer value with ongoing referrals that will drive brand recognition, increase revenue, customer retention and loyalty.

Wellness A Trillion Dollar Business

The health and wellness industry; including nutrition, beauty, services, and information, exceeds $700 billion in revenue and is growing. The global economy is trending up along with an ever-growing baby boomer population concerned with minimizing healthcare costs and with money to spend; they spend it on personal health and wellness solutions. The trends all point in a single direction; more consumer spending on health and wellness solutions and consumers taking more responsibility for optimizing their own health.

The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.

- Thomas Edison

Patient Behavior Changing

The complementary and alternative health and wellness industry; including nutrition, beauty, services, and information, exceeds $700 billion in revenue and is growing. The global economy is trending up along with an ever-growing baby boomer population concerned with minimizing healthcare costs and with money to spend; they spend it on personal health and wellness solutions. The trends all point in a single direction; more consumer spending on health and wellness solutions and consumers taking more responsibility for optimizing their own health.

Prevention, Prevention, Prevention

March 2009: Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Dean Ornish, Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Mark Hyman testified before the US Senate about shifting our healthcare efforts from disease intervention to health promotion.

Starting a Business is Hard

Building any business is hard and building a health coaching practice no exception. I remember my first year coaching, and it was hard. I had to give myself many pep talks and take many steps of bravery and hard work as I built up my practice. I faltered many times, choosing a niche, creating effective programs, delivering great coaching, navigating “networking,” and learning what it takes to grow a business. It was overwhelming. On top of this I witnessed family members and loved ones get sick, go to the doctor, and never be advised on the impact lifestyle and diet could make on their health.

Health Coaches can provide the instruction, the tools, the information, the facilitation of behavior change and of information exchange that leads to the creation of health instead of the suppression of symptoms or disease.

— Dr. Mark Hyman

Symbiotic & Mutually Beneficial Partnership

All that changed when I started to align myself with healthcare providers. My friends, family and customers viewed my business differently and doors opened that hadn’t opened before. There’s a certain cache that’s gained when you’re aligned with a healthcare provider. A symbiotic relationship is formed because health coaches can bridge the gap between the patient and clinician allowing the healthcare provider to spend less time answering phones on minute problems and more time with those with chronic illness; improving patient care and results using integrated health and wellness services.

I am very optimistic about the future of medicine in America. 70% of the aging process is driven by lifestyle changes. If we can change the culture of wellness in America and we can build systems, we have had discussions in the Senate and the Institute of Medicine about how you can make a tier of health care providers who could provide the infrastructure to make it easy for people to do the right thing.

— Dr. Mehmet Oz

Integrating Wellness into Practice

As wellness practitioners, we can work in alignment with the mission and vision of each healthcare provider’s practice to provide true wellness and generate revenue in a way that is mutually beneficial to wellness professional and healthcare provider. Take a minute and really think about the impact we can have of working with healthcare providers, instead of against them.

It is well known that the cost of healthcare in the United States is a poor value proposition. One of the primary goals of the healthcare reform act is to reduce cost while improving healthcare quality. The authors believe that adding a health coach helps to achieve this goal.

— Pubmed.gov

How Do We Do It? Where Do We Begin?

These were questions I was asking myself a couple of months ago until I found my marketing partner and started partnering with doctors’ offices throughout central Florida and mentoring other coaches to partner with other healthcare providers to integrate nutrition protocols and wellness initiatives. We work with physicians, chiropractors, podiatrists, dentists, internists, acupuncturists, complementary and alternative health providers including spas and more to not only offer nutrition coaching, but also workshops, cleanses, and integrative support and coaching.




Meet Your Coach


Christy Jones, Bachelor Science Health Science Education (UF), Certified Wellness Coach (Wellcoaches Corporation)

Christy Jones
Christy JonesWeight-loss & Wellness Coach
Christy Jones is an accomplished professional with a background in coaching, training, sales, marketing, and education. Christy is a certified Health & Wellness Coach certified through Well Coach Corporation with endorsements by America College of Sports Medicine and the International Coach Federation. She is highly passionate about the field of coaching and what it can do for individuals. Christy believes that each individual has the ability to live out their best self and apply it in ways they never imagined. Her mission is to work closely with clients to listen, guide and bring a level of support that creates space for growth and change.  (More…)

Health & Fitness Experience

Christy has over 20-years experience in the health and fitness industry

  • Health Science Education Bachelors of Science, University of Florida
  • Health & Wellness Coach, Active. Healthy. Well.
  • Certified Wellness Coach #01974, Well Coaches Corporation
  • Corporate Wellness Manager Vistakon, Jacksonville, Forida
  • Professional Cheerleader


Find out how to profit from integrating wellness solutions into healthcare practices


Here’s what you’ll learn during our call:

  • 6 successful methods for working with healthcare professionals and other wellness practitioners
  • The difference between being a referral partnership and a true mutually beneficial partnership
  • How to make the relationship better for patients and profitable for the coach and healthcare provider
  • Programs and protocols you can offer, including: group weight loss, yoga and fitness classes, cleansing and detoxing, workshops, and nutrition and lifestyle coaching
  • How to translate healthcare provider leads into coaching clients to create a thriving full-time coaching practice