Sandra is an April 2014 Toronto campus graduate practicing in Toronto, Ontario. Trailblazing authentic wellness, she’s been a leading wellness influencer writing for notable media publications such as The Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, Tonic Magazine, and The Tig. She also works alongside Progressive Nutritional helping others to live younger. This year she joined fellow CNP Shane Griffin’s, Whole Life Balance as a partner, and will be launching the first Canadian location in Toronto. Her mission is to educate and inspire people to create a healthy lifestyle by connecting the dots between mind, body, and soul. Now with Whole Life Balance, Sandra has an integrative space to truly help people feel better, faster. | Blog | Facebook | Pinterest

BA (Hons), CNPJosh is an October 2007 Toronto campus graduate and practices from Toronto, Ontario. Immediately, after graduating from IHN, Josh began his clinical practice. Following that, he began teaching Symptomatology at IHN and Clinical Nutrition at the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine. He has been studying with the Institute for Functional Medicine, and is the first and only Canadian nutritionist accepted into their certification program. Josh has taken what he’s learned from his studies in functional medicine, his experience in clinical practice and teaching, and put together a Functional Nutrition certification program! | | Facebook | Twitter


Irina is an October 2015 Toronto campus graduate and runs her business from Toronto, Ontario. Irina holds holistic retreats and ed-ventures all over the world—from Cambodia, Bali, India and Thailand. She is currently hosting a “Sacred Journey Retreat” with Erica Grenci in Wyebridge, Ontario, Canada Sept 2-5, 2016. Highlights of this journey include Day/3-Night Wilderness Cabin stay, 3 Local and Organic meals + snacks per day, Daily Yoga & Meditation, *Sacred Fire Gathering, *Medicine Plant Teachings, *Smudging, Berry & Pipe Ceremony, *Drum Journeying to meet your Totem Teacher and Guides (*Guided by Traditional elders and spiritual healers within the community of Bear Island First Nations and Temagami) along with several original and interesting workshops, ceremonies, hikes and beach days! See the itinerary on her website. All Natural & Holistic Gift Bags. IHN alumni and students can received $100 off by using the code IHN100 at checkout. This will bring the cost down to $700, taxes in. | Facebook | Instagram


Karen is an October 2014 Mississauga campus graduate and currently practices in Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, Ontario. Her consultation services and health food/supplement dispensary, “Life Sustainers” was a dream envisioned—to offer holistic healing and a variety of natural lifestyle and green living goods for Health Inspired and Mother Earth loving People. Karen recently wrote a piece titled, “Mental Health–Orthomolecular Impacts for First Nations” for the Orthomolecular Health Organization. The article opens with, “The Indigenous Peoples of Canada have caught the attention of headlines in these recent months. The current Prime Minister pledged better relations with and subsequently won many votes from the Indigenous People as record number of them turned out to the polls. His government has agreed to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Pimicikamak Cree Nation, known as Cross Lake and Attiwapiskat caught national attention for a State of Emergency issued in their communities due to the high incidence of suicide and attempts.” Facebook Twitter


Sarah is an October 2012 Toronto campus graduate and practices from Parksville, British Columbia. Sara writes to potential clients on her website, “ I work with courageous people like you, who’ve taken charge of their health, and recovered from a major health crisis. Maybe it’s depression, cancer, or an autoimmune disease, but whatever the diagnosis, you’re winning! The only problem is, as good as it is to feel better, your life didn’t just go back to the way it used to be. You just didn’t expect as many things about you as a person would change, and that’s where you feel stuck sometimes. You take less for granted, but you’d like to feel there’s more to health than this. Post-Recovery Coaching allows you to finally stop wondering if you’re making the best of this second chance, and turn it into the most exciting and meaningful time of your life.” | Facebook | Instagram


Candace is an April 2012 Mississauga campus graduate and practices in Toronto, Ontario. Candace who wants to show the world what a dramatic impact diet and lifestyle can have on overall health, both mental and physical. With a big focus on digestive wellness, she teaches that how you eat can be just as important was what you eat. She specializes in delicious concoctions, self-empowering re-education, nurturing creativity, a noisy enthusiasm for eating, giggly times, and cheesy rhymes. Candace’s most recent blog is, “Cacao is a Girl’s Best Friend: On Women and Chocolate Cravings”. She writes, “Our bodies are incredibly intelligent, and they are constantly telling us what’s what, if only we’d listen. Food cravings usually come with their own strong messages, usually that something is missing, although sometimes they can indicate an allergy – you can read all about food cravings over here. But I wanted to make a separate post specifically about chocolate cravings in pre-menstrual and menstruating women.”

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Shane is an October 2014 Toronto campus graduate and currently runs his practice and programs in Santa Monica, California. His
Toronto location is scheduled to open mid-August at 793 King West. Both locations will have the same robust menu of Nutritional Drip IV Therapy as well as Fitness (Aerial skills, Pilates, Yoga); Healing Treatments (Massage Therapy, Fascial Stretch Therapy, Acupuncture) and Medical Services (Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, Nutritional Consulting, Drip IV). | Facebook | @wlbdripivtoronto |


Angela is an October 2005 Toronto campus graduate and works in Vancouver, British Columbia. Angela is the Lead Nutritionist at InspireHealth, based out of the Lower Mainland – Vancouver Centre. It’s the only integrated centre in BC that receives funding from the BC Ministry of Health. InspireHealth offers their services at no cost to cancer patients and their support people at all three of their Centres – Vancouver, Victoria and Kelowna – and online across the country. Along with her team of holistic nutritionists, she works hand in hand with medical doctors, exercise therapists, and clinical counsellors to offer a host of comprehensive programs and services to allow cancer patients to take back control in their own health and healing. | Facebook


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