Alexandria is a graduate from the Institute of Holistic Nutrition and is a certified Holistic Nutritionist (CNP), as well as a graduate from Fitness and Health Promotion at Seneca College. She is a Holistic Health & Wellness Practitioner as well as a caterer, who utilizes her First Nations ancestry to create awareness through conscious living for future sustainability.


Alexandria is the founder of The Wholesome Conscious where she both educates and advocates on holistic health and wellness from an Indigenous perspective. She facilitates her various workshops on Indigenous knowledge through traditional teachings, culture, history, nourishing plant-based nutrition and physical activity. Alexandria entered the holistic community to re-connect and deepen her roots with the mind, body and spirit connection which coincide with Indigenous ways of healing. She also provides wholesome workshops on healthy eating, conscious living and Indigenous foods within her catering company.


Alexandria caters events both within and outside the
GTA at various events such as private gatherings, business meetings, conferences and Pow Wows!
Alexandria has been on Seneca College’s Indigenous Student Panel, Indigenous Youth Voices in Post-Secondary Schools Panel, Peel Regions Indigenous Day Mini-Pow Wow, a caterer at Scugog First Nations, a Fancy Shawl dancer at weddings, a vendor at UOIT’s Mini-Pow Wow, a guest speaker at the Indigenous Student Conference held at U of T Mississauga Campus hosted by Peel Region School Board and an apprentice at Gracious Living Oasis in Nicaragua.

Alexandria Bipatnath

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