Jo Ann Paradis ND.A.

Naturopathe agréée

Degree in naturopathy (1998) and herbal medicine (1989), I work in the field of holistic health for over 20 years. Member of the Association des Naturopathes agréés du Québec (ANAQ), I am also a speaker, trainer, consultant and coach in overall health healthy diet.

Since 2004, I am responsable of advertising and communications for supermarché santé La Moisson in Sainte-Thérèse, to provide greater visibility for organic food products and health and beauty fully natural, but also for the purpose of public awareness and education to guide people on the path to health and wellness.

Through my work at the supermarché santé La Moisson, I have the opportunity to showcase the company in the greater region of the north shore of Montreal and the Lower Laurentians, as a columnist in newspapers and magazines of the region, radio Lower Laurentians and Eastern Ontario (Planète Lov radio 104.9 and 102.1 FM) and television MATV Basses-Laurentides (TVBL.ca) and Laval (TVRL.ca).

In addition, for other companies, I write chronicles, do conferences and telephone training for therapists working in health food stores across Quebec. I always work with joy because my profession and my work fascinate me at the highest point. It is so wonderful to be able to pass on my knowledge to brighten people's lives.

I also have training in psycho-kinesiology (a tool for personal development and transformation), aromatherapy (essential oils therapy), iridology (iris of the eye) and pathology with Dominique Lacroix ND.A. (heipratiker). I am certified Nadeau Technique Colette Maher Center (rehabilitation of body movement) and The Reconnection practitioner according to the method of Dr. Eric Pearl (energy healing).

In 2013, I received the CHFA Québec Award for Excellence for retail sale in the course of my duties at the supermarché santé La Moisson.

I am delighted to join the wonderful team of company Genuine Health and his team of experts to promote this excellent range of products, always bearing in mind the need to publicize more from therapists and the general public.