About Patricia De Salazar, DHN, BASc(Nutr), MDN, Dip.H.Ir., RCNP/ROHP. Reconnective Healing Foundational Practitioner. Reconnection-Certified Practitioner.

     Patricia De Salazar graduated from the Edison Institute of Nutrition with a Certificate in Applied Holistic Nutrition (2004), a Diploma in Holistic Nutrition (2004), a Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Nutrition (2005), and a Masters Diploma in Nutrition (2007). She later studied Iridology with the Packard School of Nutrition and received a Certified Iridologist Diploma (2008). Patricia also became a BodyTalk Access Technician with the International BodyTalk Association (2008). Patricia expanded her Iridology studies with the International Institute of Iridology with a Basic Holistic Iridology Certificate (October 2008), an Intermediate Holistic Iridology Certificate (November 2008) and an Advanced Holistic Iridology Certificate (May 2009).  Patricia also graduated with a Diploma in Holistic Iridology (June 2009) from the International Institute of Iridology. 

     Based in Sudbury, Ontario, she is a Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner (ROHP) with the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants (IONC), and a Registered Iridologist with the International College of Iridology.

     Patricia is combining two very important and advanced methods used today in Holistic Nutrition: Nutritional Symptomatology and Iridology Analysis to determine the nutritional deficiencies that might be causing a different  array of symptoms that are unique for every individual.    

     She is very enthusiastic about teaching people how to reach optimal health by eating a healthy diet,  supplementing any nutritional deficiencies, and empowering each and every one to take charge of their own health.

     In April 2016 Patricia became a Reconnective Healing Foundational Practitioner after training with Dr. Eric Pearl and is now facilitating Reconnective Healing Sessions. 

     Most recently, in June 2016 Patricia also became a Reconnection-Certified Practitioner.