Natasha is a holistic nutritional consultant, Reiki practitioner and I has a rare condition known as Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome type III.
From a young age, I have been interested in both biology and anthropology. Through my medical and postsecondary journeys, these two passions converged and I decided to become a holistic nutritional consultant. I am particularly passionate about helping people with rare and difficult to manage conditions, as I know first hand the struggles to find relief and the power that a holistic lifestyle has to improve our quality of life.
When I am not working with clients, or reading the latest nutritional research, I enjoy knitting, crocheting, spending time with my family and friends, and exploring the great outdoors.
I studied at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition (CSNN). I was inspired to take this program after completing my Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Global and Development Studies and a certificate in Community Engagement and Service Learning from the Augustana Campus (Liberal Arts Campus) of the University of Alberta, within which my specialties were Philosophy, Religion and Culture and Rural Studies. In short, I ended up focusing on community development through food and spirituality.
While studying at CSNN I discovered Reiki and found I have an aptitude for it, I continued my studies and now am a certified Reiki Master Practitioner.
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Global and Development Studies
Community Engagement and Service Learning certification