Jollia Fung is an October 2017 Vancouver campus graduate practicing in Vancouver, BC. Jollia is the owner of Karmabitez Food Inc, where she began her business by creating sustainably made crackers that are made out of juice pulp collected from Nectar Juicery in Vancouver. She was compelled to create a food business that served the body as well as the environment, a food product that provoked thought and invited others to think about where their food comes from, what it’s made of, and where it goes. Her mission to create conversations about food, health and sustainability through Karmabitez spawned the birth of interactive Zero Waste workshops. She has run workshops at The Soap Dispensary, a low impact supply store, as well as hands-on plant-based, sustainable cooking workshops in different capacities around the city, including one held at UBC for the UBC Sauder Health and Wellness student group. Discovering the incredible engagement and interest of people wanting to learn more about eco-friendly, healthy cooking, she will be working with fellow Holistic Nutritionists in 2018 to host workshops that inspire, educate, and empower people to take wellness into their own hands. Jollia is currently looking for people that want to inspire, educate and empower with her and Karmabitez. Contact Jollia to find out more about how to get invovled. | | Instagram


Kelly Boaz is an October 2014 Toronto campus graduate practicing in Toronto, ON. Kelly specializes in eating disorder recovery and food freedom with her practice, Kelly Boaz, CNP Holistic Nutritionist. Upon graduation, she immediately began working in her chosen field – the holistic treatment of eating disorders. She helps people of all ages let go of the rules and restrictions they’ve built around food and find true “food freedom”. While still attending IHN, Kelly spoke at TEDx King Street West about her own journey to eating disorder recovery and hasn’t stopped speaking since. She’s created workshops for young dancers, students at the TDSB, yoga studios, and more on staying physically and mentally healthy, body image, and eating disorders. She has appeared on many podcasts, including fellow IHN grad Summer Innanen’s Fearless Rebelle Radio and, most recently, Ben Fanelli’s Heroic Minds. She is a guest writer for Healthline’s #1 eating disorder blog,, as well as many other publications. Currently, Kelly is working on articles for Eating Disorder Awareness Week, coming up in February. | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter


Summer Innanen is an October 2012 Toronto campus graduate practicing in Vancouver, BC. Summer, as a professionally trained coach specializing in body image, body positivity, self-worth and confidence, helps women all over the world to stop living behind the numbers on their scales through her private and group coaching at She is the best-selling author of Body Image Remix: Embrace your body and unleash the fierce confident woman within. Summer is also the creator of You, On Fire – a 3 month online program dedicated to helping women break out of the diet culture cage and cultivate their inner, rampant untameability so they can wear, say and do what they want. She is the host of Fearless Rebelle Radio, a podcast dedicated to empowering women to live life on their own terms, where she has interviewed leading body image and anti-diet experts and activists such as Isabel Foxen Duke, Virgie Tovar, Kelsey Miller and Ragen Chastain. Summer has been featured in Refinery29, FabUplus Magazine, The Huffington Post, Beutiful Magazine, and featured on several chart-topping podcasts including, Harder To Kill Radio and The Paleo For Women Podcast. | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

ABNEET SANDHAR BA, B.Ed(Hons), Feminine Embodiment Coach, Chef, CNP

Abneet Sandhar is an October 2016 Vancouver Campus graduate practising in Vancouver, BC. Abby is the owner of Abneet Sandhar Wellness and The Nourished Woman. She is a feminine embodiment coach, holistic chef, workshop facilitator and intuitive guide, helping busy and stressed women connect deeper to their bodies and feminine power, and ultimately live a life of authentic radiance and vitality. Abby draws upon the Indian traditions of feminine awakening and ‘shakti’ utilizing mantra, chanting and goddess study to trigger powerful shifts in women. She specializes in sensual cooking, intuitive eating, and yogic approaches to living, working one-on-one with clients and in groups. Abby is the host of monthly The Nourished Woman: Chakra Healing workshops held at Another Space studio, using embodiment and nutrition to heal, next workshop on February 5, 2018, working with the 3rd chakra of Solar energy. She has just launched The Nourished Sisterhood Online Immersion program beginning on January 31, 2018, a 4 week holistic deep dive guiding women back into their feminine softness and power. Abby’s passion is rooted in helping women wake up from the trance of over-doing, over-giving and overwhelm and guiding them back to living a life rooted in the authority of their own deep love, wisdom and sensuality. | Facebook | Instagram


Catherine DeVos is an October 2011 Toronto campus graduate practicing in Newmarket, ON. Catherine has her own practice, Catherine Isabelle DeVos. She is a breast cancer survivor and was diagnosed with hormone sensitive cancer just after she started her program at IHN in 2008. Her faith and will to live to raise her children helped keep her positive while she recovered. Currently, Catherine cares for an elderly couple weekday mornings, cooking and making green smoothies when their taste buds will allow. In the afternoons, she studies Reflexology, in preparation for her exams at the Holt School in Bolton. Catherine is an avid user of essential oils and loves the doTerra brand, in particular. She teaches DIY essential oils based skincare, toiletries, and home cleaning classes both in her home and through various municipal Parks and Recreation programs. She also teaches whole foods cooking for beginners at these locations. Catherine has been interested in natural therapies since she was a young girl and continues to learn about new developments in holistic therapies. She especially loves learning about the gut-brain connection. | DoTerra |


Joanna Biafore is an October 2016 Toronto campus graduate practicing in Toronto, ON. Joanna is the co-founder of Just Shut Up and Try It Ferments – an organic fermented foods business as well as the in-house Pediatric Nutritionist at Homeopathy Life. Just Shut Up and Try It Ferments has been featured in: The Huffington Post, City Parent, Forever Young,, Snap’d Beaches/Danforth and The goal at Just Shut Up and Try It Ferments is to help families understand the many benefits of fermented food and that they can be enjoyed by the whole family. Their ferments are organic, raw and handcrafted in Toronto. You will find all her products in stores around the GTA, cottage country, seasonal farmers markets and online. Just Shut Up and Try It Ferments would like to offer an exclusive discount to all practicing IHN students and graduates, for the month of February. When you order online you will receive 10% off any order of $25 or more. The code may be passed on to clients on a special cleanse or used for personal use. At check out, the code is: IHN | Instagram | Facebook


Sara Di Felice is an October 2012 Mississauga campus graduate practicing in Toronto, ON. Sara is the founder and producer of an internet TV Network for heart centred leaders, artists and coaches -called 5DTV.Network. With her network, she bridges the 3D world (no connection to spirituality, stuck in fear and doubt) to the 5D world (connected to their authentic self and empowers to live joyful life). Currently, Sara’s network is looking for potential Hosts in areas of Health, Prosperity, Sex/Relationships, Arts and Spirituality. On January 27, 2018 Sara will host The Broadcast Masterclass, where 5DTV.Network will be introduced to the community, so people understand the network, as well as inspiring guests to make more effective video content for social media. During this event, people will be selected to become guests on the network. On February 7, 2018 Sara will is hosting Green Love Party, a networking party for businesses and entrepreneurs that will feature a special guest from South Africa who founded a profound Colour Healing Modality. Sara’s purpose is to raise the vibe of the planet using her platform so that the audience can be inspired, become impassioned, and learn from stories and wisdom from around the world. Facebook | Instagram


Alex is an October 2013 Toronto campus graduate practicing in Toronto, ON. Alex has her own practice as a Certified Postpartum Doula, Alex James Wellness. She believes all birthing people and their families can have an amazing postpartum experience; and that food is an important part of it! Her practice is inspired by healing postpartum practices from around the world. Alex offers postpartum doula care, traditional Bengkung belly binding, and postpartum meal prep – stocking your freezer with delicious, nutrient dense meals before baby arrives! Alex will be at a free and casual meetup in Toronto on February 3, 2018: Foods for Postpartum Healing. Additionally, Alex is certifying as a placenta arts specialist and is offering placenta encapsulation at 50% off to her first few clients – please get in touch if you live in Toronto and this is of interest to you or your clients. |Facebook | Instagram


Evelyn Crawford is a November 2017 Ottawa campus graduate practicing in Ottawa, ON. Evelyn is the founder of Evelyn Crawford Nutrition & Wellness. She has combined her personal journey with weight management and her knowledge gained through IHN to create a unique 8-week online program called The Holistic Weight Loss Blueprint. This program was designed to manage over-desire and over-hunger for food by combining self-coaching and mindset skills, research based healing nutrition, lifestyle principals and the science of hormones. The diabetes epidemic is a strong motivator for Evelyn, as she cannot bear the thought that 1 in 3 Canadians will suffer from this disease by 2020. She relieves overeating and weight stress with mindset skills, whole foods knowledge and body love lifestyle practices; so people can live freely as their joyous selves in an era of excessive pleasures and Band-Aid solutions. Evelyn has a particular interest in spirituality and mind-body connection as a means of healing. She will be presenting Love Your Guts: How to Optimize Your Gut for Energy, Vitality and Weight Loss in Belleville on January 27, 2018. | Facebook | Instagram


Jody Boynton is an October 2003 Toronto campus graduate practicing in Toronto, ON. Jody is the founder and CEO of My Perfect Trainer Inc. which is an iOS App that provides a comprehensive platform for self-promotion for personal trainers and gives them control over their business. At the same time it allows clients to browse, learn, and book their own trainers on their terms. MPT’s goal is to build a fitness community that values the individuals, supports both clients and trainers, and challenge the gym industry to make fitness more accessible and those relationships less rigid. Those locked in contracts and high pressure sales pitches are a thing of the past. Jody is a 20 year veteran of the fitness industry and while not formally practicing as a nutritionist, he has found his knowledge invaluable in helping clients reach their goals. As a former competitive natural bodybuilder, healthy eating, and contest dieting with a whole foods approach helped him achieve great results on stage and in real life. | Facebook | iOS App | Instagram


Jacquie Robertson is an October 2010 Toronto campus graduate practicing in Santa Barbara, CA. Jacquie works with clients one-on-one in person or via Skype or phone through her practice, Primal Healing and at an addictions treatment centre. She is also an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist (MFT). Combining her skills and expertise as a nutritionist and associate therapist, Jacquie specializes in attachment/abandonment trauma and addictions. Additionally, she feels a strong connection in working with grief, loss, heartbreak and women’s empowerment. Reclaiming and integrating the wounded child within, is a powerful recovery tool that she utilizes to help clients heal. Jacquie organically helps clients treat root causes and focuses on prevention/long term treatment, rather than quick fix solutions. She helps her clients explore pain from all angles, including how to nourish the self through food, relationships and lifestyle. Her custom designed programs aim to support clients with healing both brain and body and balancing hormones, through nourishing the nervous system – which holds the key to setting the foundation for mental health. Jacquie truly believes the key to healing, is moving towards the pain. Pain is a catalyst for profound personal growth, if we accept the invitation. What may seem like the end; a death, is actually an opportunity to recreate, be reborn and evolve as a human being. | Facebook | Instagram


Kristin Dahl is an October 2011 Toronto campus graduate practicing in Los Angeles, CA. Kristin is the founder of Dahl House Nutrition where she works one on one with individuals as a nutritional consultant, motivating life coach, and cook privately for a high-end clientele. She also runs workshops and wellness retreats. Years of experience traveling the world and working privately with individuals has deepened her skills and expanded my perspective profoundly. Her teachings come from an extensive background in holistic health, herbal medicine, and functional nutrition. Kristin is also the founder of The Women’s Wellness Collective, a member-based community built for healing & support through the life stages. Her book, The Art of Wellness, co-written with Olympic Gold Medalist Stephanie Rice, has gained global attention for its integrative guidance on health and wellness. Kristin’s creative and inspiring approach merges the practical and spiritual, educating and empowering individuals to take preventative steps and make lasting change. |  | Instagram | Facebook


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