I’d love to tell you a little bit more about me and why I love being a nutritionist. First, I’m based in beautiful Tsawwassen, BC, which is my hometown and a community I truly love. When I was in my early twenties, I experienced a health scare that inspired me to learn more about the best ways to nurture my body and ensure I was enjoying a balanced and healthy lifestyle. Soon, my health became my top priority. I enacted some key lifestyle changes and saw life-changing results: I was sleeping better, had more energy, and my formerly high levels of anxiety had all but disappeared! My newfound passion for health and compassion for people is what led me to my life’s work: investigating how nutrition impacts lifestyle and general wellbeing.
Being a recovering perfectionist and stress-addict myself, I know what it’s like to want to feel better, more energetic, and more resilient in the face of stress. I’ve witnessed the profound impact that small changes can have on how you feel. In addition to addressing nutrition, I’m a big proponent of creating habits and rituals to support better health. It would be my absolute pleasure to help you find your healthiest, most balanced self.
After graduating from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition (CSNN) in Vancouver in 2009, I embarked on a fulfilling career as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, first at one of the top naturopathic clinics in Western Canada and now in my own private practice. Being an RHN has allowed me to help and collaborate with hundreds of women to support them in making profound changes in their health and wellbeing.
As an industry leader and senior instructor at CSNN, I help develop the curriculum. I am committed to staying up-to-date with the latest science and knowledge, and I take great pride in guiding both my clients and the next generation of nutritionists.
I also facilitate both public and corporate workshops and webinars on a wide range of wellness and nutrition topics. The value in teaching others that small changes can have big impacts can’t be understated.