Wioletta Wilk

Wioletta Wilk is the founder of Optimum Wellness Clinic in Mississauga, Registered Bioenergetic Practitioner (R.BIE.) with the Institute of Natural Health Technologies, Registered Holistic Nutritionist with the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, Registered Nutritional Consulting Practitioner with the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants, certified practitioner in WHEE (Emotional Release Technique) - Dr. Daniel Benor, MD, certified practitioner in Bioregulatory Medicine, First Line Therapist and a Lifestyle Educator.

Before having entered the wellness field, she studied medicine in Poland and has worked as a Senior Underwriter, assessing medical risks for the Canadian health and life insurance industry, for 16 years.

However, her passion for wellness and natural health began when her five year old daughter started to exhibit heart breaking medical symptoms. She sought the expertise of many specialists, but she was told either to “wait and observe” her daughter’s medical condition, or put her on heavy prescription medication, which ran the risk of causing adverse side effects.

Through her research, she came across a BIE practitioner who has helped her daughter to balance nutritional deficiencies and achieve homeostasis . Today, her daughter is a healthy child who is doing well in school and is participating in multiple extra-curricular activities.

Ongoing education has always been a big part of Wioletta’s life and she believes that she has been put through this experience to learn from it and share her knowledge about natural health with others.

Rita Wardlaw

Rita Wardlaw has been Registered Nutritional Consulting Practitioner since 2002. Her passion for helping clients reach and maintain good health and vitality has led her to learn and certify in BIE, BioSET, Neuromodulation Technique and Reconnective Healing. Rita has a special interest in food sensitivities, allergic reactions, weight loss and helping her clients increase their energy levels.

Rita herself spent 20 years struggling with food-related health issues before learning that there is another way. During these early pain filled years, Rita sought the advice of many doctors who were unable to provide relief. Just to manage her pain, she was put on an extremely strict diet. Then in 1997, Rita hit a wall. In that year, her two year old daughter experienced a life threatening reaction to peanut butter. Rita knew it was time to make some abrupt and significant changes in their lives. She began studies in alternative health and has not looked back.

Rita was able to resolve her own health problems and those of her child. Rita continues to apply her knowledge, passion and skills to the health concerns of others.