Caroline Korvemaker, R.H.N., HCA

Caroline Korvemaker, R.H.N., HCA

Teacher

CSNN Teacher

Biography

Caroline started her education in the healthcare field with interest in animal health, taking a year of Equine Massage Therapy studies, followed by two years of education at St. Clair College to become a Veterinary Technician. She graduated in 2011 with honours and two awards for academic and clinical excellence. Caroline developed a love for teaching while working for the St. Clair College Tutoring Services for multiple science and medical based courses. Afterwards, she decided to go back to her roots in alternative health and graduated from CSNN London with her R.H.N. designation in 2012. She earned her certification as a Holistic Chef for Animals via the Vancouver Island College of Natural Wellness the same year. 
 
On her journey towards motherhood, Caroline obtained additional certifications in Nutrition for Fertility, Pregnancy and Lactation, as well as Children’s Nutrition through Cadence Health in Australia in 2015. This journey blossomed a love for supporting the health of children from the very beginning and helping parents learn how to give their children the best possible start in life.  
 
Caroline thoroughly enjoys helping others learn, and has a passion for science and understanding how the body works. She hopes to have an impact on beginning the cycle of healthy eating in the lives of everyone she assists, especially in children. She enjoys trying and modifying new recipes, time outdoors, and being a mom to her avocado loving “Holistic Nutritionist in Training” daughter.
 
Caroline teaches Fundamentals of Nutrition, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Cellular Biology, Symptomatology II, and Nutrition Literature Research