Elinaz Moghimi is a PhD candidate at the School of Kinesiology and Health Science at York University. Her research focuses on compulsive overeating and the experiences of women diagnosed with binge eating disorder with different therapeutic interventions. She also has a diploma in holistic nutrition from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition and has completed the Precision Nutrition Level 1 certificate. Through her research and work, Elnaz advocates for the importance of empowering individuals to become better acquainted with their health and healthy habits. In her free time, she enjoys travelling, cooking, and engaging in a variety of physical activities.

Beyond Christie Noua’s love for health, fitness and wellness, lies her love for serving others and mainly for catering to women’s desires to be more empowered, healthier, and stronger. She is originally from Cameroon and Côte. As a previous personal trainer and Nutritional Consultant, she loves coaching and supporting others in their health and wellness journeys.
She has a BS Biology with double major in Chemistry and Psychology from Carleton University, she is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition (CSNN), and has Diplomas in Sports Nutrition, Health, Fitness, & Weightloss
Certificate in Mindfulness & the neuropsycho endocrinology of regulating eating (CSNN).

She loves to cook, dance, listen to music, and workout.

Her philosophy is to “Live grounded & grateful”

Michelle Lau
Michelle Lau has a passion for fitness, nutrition, and women empowerment. A fellow kickboxing fanatic herself, you have likely seen her training at the Markham studio. She is currently involved with dietetics at Sunnybrook Health Sciences, a mandatory training requirement to become a Registered Dietitian (RD). She has completed two undergraduate degrees in five years at Western University (Medical Sciences & Nutrition). It is her goal to provide evidence-based and client-centered nutrition counselling through simplifying nutrition and delivery of concise nutrition advice that is feasible to your individual lifestyle. She encourages everyone to be curious about nutrition and to speak freely when it comes to your health. She is a strong believer in the quote; “You are what you do, not what you say you’ll do”. She wrote this blog on digestive health: https://michelleelau.wixsite.com/mysite-1