We interviewed Rachel Kimel, co-founder of the Bowery Project, a not-for-profit organization that creates opportunities for urban agriculture in vacant Toronto lots. She told us why their gardens are mobile, what city dwellers can learn from getting their hands dirty, and where they find all those milk crates!
We spoke with Janet Walker, an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner and Restorative Exercise Specialist from downtown Toronto. We found out how she prescribes and teaches restorative exercise, what functional movements are best for new and expecting moms, and how working with an osteopath can even impact fertility.
We spoke with Mira Heitz, early childhood educator, co-owner of West End Naturopathic Doulas and co-founder of The Bump to Baby Show. We found out where to find everything you need for a clean + green pregnancy, why they’re not accepting corporate sponsorship for their event, and why you’ll want to have another women with you while you deliver your baby.
We spoke with Jean Eng, president and co-owner of Pure + Simple, a holistic spa with 4 locations in Toronto. We found out what beauty product she swears by, her best advice for female entrepreneurs, and how her staff uses Ayurvedic skincare to promote long-term skin health.
We spoke with Mark Fontes, Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine. Mark has an integrative healthcare practice with a focus on adjunctive cancer care. We found out the many benefits of naturopathic oncology, how naturopathy integrates with conventional care, and why his own experiences inspired him to help others loved ones.
We spoke with Erin Schrode, co-founder of Turning Green. She promotes global sustainability, youth leadership, environmental education, and conscious lifestyle choices, and inspires and educates students worldwide. We found out why she doesn’t get nervous challenging multi-billion dollar industries, how she’s involved with promoting peace + green living in the Middle East, and where to go to college for the most awesome worldly experience ever.