Dr. Christi Hartman, BSc, ND
Naturopathic Physician, Clinic Owner
Dr. Hartman practices naturopathic medicine with a focus on simple, effective therapies drawn from traditional and conventional medicine. Her goal is to provide patients with the information they need to understand and make informed choices about their health. She lives in Tarrys with her husband and three children.
Dr. Hartman holds a doctorate in naturopathic medicine from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, 2011. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2004 from the University of British Columbia (Okanagan).
Licensure & Professional Memberships
Licensed by the College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia (CNPBC)
Certified to practice Needle Acupuncture by the CNPBC
Member of the British Columbia Naturopathic Association
Member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors
Dr. Hartman has prescribing authority in British Columbia. She has additional training in counseling and breastfeeding support.
Stephanie Moss BA, BNSc, RN, RHN
Registered Holistic Nutritionist
I am a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Registered Nurse who uses a science-based/holistic approach to health.
LifeFlow Holistic Nutrition is the result of my experience and knowledge from working in health care combined with my passion for food, nutrition and genuinely caring for others. Working in a variety of hospital and clinical settings clarified and strengthened my belief in the importance of using a holistic approach to health. It revealed to me how valuable the application of good nutrition and holistic health principles are in supporting and assisting us with recovery from illness, disease, and injury. Holistic Nutrition is powerful medicine!
When working with clients and customizing individual Holistic Nutrition plans, I consider the specific nutritional needs and requirements of my clients based on age/phase of life, current health status (living with chronic disease or illness), and current lifestyle habits/circumstances.
Holistic Nutrition can support our health during times of great change (e.g. pregnancy and puberty), through illness and imbalance and when we place high demands on our body (e.g. living a fast-paced life with unmanaged stress). I believe our body has the natural ability to heal, repair and maintain optimal function, if we provide it with what it needs; nutrient-rich whole foods and healthy lifestyle choices.
Bachelor or Arts (Guelph University)
Bachelor of Nursing Science (Queen’s University)
Registered Nurse for 12 years (surgical, medical, cardiovascular, and emergency room)
Health Advocate for CHAI
Diploma in Holistic Nutrition (Kootenay Columbia College of Integrative Health Sciences)
Registered Holistic Nutritionist (a member in good standing with CANNP)
Drug-food-herb-nutrient interactions and drug induced nutrient depletions (Pacific Rim College). It is my best practice to consider all potential drug-herb-nutrient interactions when formulating individual health plans.
Yoga Teacher Certification (Shanti Yoga Studios Nelson BC)
Food is powerful medicine and a holistic approach to health allows life to flow!
Let’s talk HEALTH!