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Helping you navigate trauma, embrace healing and create a life of wellness. 

About Me

Joanne Fearns is the creator of ISH Nutrition, a holistic practice and company founded on creating sustainable and ‘healthy-ISH’ lifestyles with her clients through trauma informed care and practice. Her goal is to create an environment where everyone feels welcomed, supported, and accepted so that they can become and embrace their most authentic, healthy self.  

She has over 15 years of experience in the holistic field, starting as a cleaner and bagger at a Lyn-Dys Health Food store in London, Ontario. Over the years she has completed and accumulated numerous courses/classes/webinars and certificate programs. She has attended the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, receiving her certification from Alive Academy Nutrition, Applied Live Blood Cell Microscopy from the Eddison Institute and Integrative Nutrition Certification from Institute of Integrative Nutrition. She is the 2023 award recipient of the Inclusivity Award from the Outstanding Business Achievement Award (OBAA), 2021, 2022, 2023 Award recipient of the Sarnia Lambton Community Votes Gold in Nutrition and Platinum in Holistic Health. She has also been a guest on several pod casts and motivational speaker at both educational, personal and professional events. 

She is the founder of 15 Houses, an educational bursary foundation that provides financial assistance to youth in Foster Care for post secondary education. As a former Foster kid and Crown Ward herself, Joanne knows and understands on a personal level the importance of community support that is required for youth in the system to create the life that they want, not the life that was given to them. 


She is works with the Sexual Assault Survivors Centre as a Support Resource Navigator, providing the same service and more to the clients the community organization serves. She is an active member of our community, serving as a community representative with the Children’s Aid Society, a volunteer with Victims Services and serval community organizations. She actively supports and participates in events that promote equality, diversity, acceptance, social change and social justice. This is important to who she is, as well as what her practice, ISH Nutrition stands for. 

Joanne's goal in practice is to create the best version of "Healthy-ISH" her clients are looking to achieve, whatever that may look like to them. Her belief is that it is the practitioners requirement to meet the client where *they* are, not to create an environment of unrealistic goals for them to attempt to achieve to bring them up to their 'level'

If you are looking to have this type of relationship for your health journey, reach out today! 

ISH Nutrition, where everyone is Healthy-ISH.


805 Christina St. N. Unit 103

Point Edward, Ontario

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