OptiMYz editorial advisory board

OptiMYz appreciates the guidance provided by our industry experts.

Marci Warhaft

Marci Warhaft is a body image advocate, speaker and author of The Body Image Survival Guide for Parents: Helping Toddlers, Tweens and Teens Thrive. Her Fit vs Fiction workshops tear down the myths related to beauty and fitness and empower people of all ages to appreciate who they are.

Heather Wilson-Phillips

Heather Wilson-Phillips is an on-air fitness/nutrition expert, fitness personality, transformation/fitness coach, published fitness writer and trainer for several fitness magazines. She is the owner of the Fitness Empire & Fierce n’ Fit workouts and creator of the 30-day “Fierce n’ 30 Challenge.” She thrives off being able to help, inspire and motivate her clients and others to change their mind, body and soul.

Andrea Saliba

Andrea Saliba is a certified holistic nutritionist, health coach and fitness instructor in Vancouver, BC. She offers nutrition plans to gain energy, strength, confidence. Her approach is to inspire people to make healthier food choices while educating her clients on the importance of the mind-body connection.

Dr. Jess O'Reilly

Dr. Jessica O’Reilly is a teacher, author and sex educator. Her practical relationship advice reaches millions of people as she travels extensively across the globe to work with couples to transform their relationships. Her passion is inclusive classroom-based sex and relationship education and she continues to volunteer with teachers, students and parents to promote programming that empowers youth and produces positive health outcomes.

Lisa Greenbaum

Lisa Greenbaum is a YogaFit senior master trainer, international presenter and avid writer. She is the director of YogaFit Canada, the leader in mind-body education and she currently teaches yoga in Toronto, specializing in trauma-informed yoga practices.

Stacy Chesnutt

Stacy Chesnutt is an athlete, coach and race director whose passion is female empowerment through sport. Her race series Sole Sisters has had over 18,000 participants since 2012 making it the largest women’s only 5K in Canada. Stacy is also the founder and head coach of “Girls Gone Gazelle Run Club” which promotes confidence and body acceptance while building girls’ knowledge of exercise.