Who We Are

Erin Ostler
Erin OstlerBSc, RD

As a Registered Dietitian, Erin has a passion for all things food, nutrition and fitness. She has practiced in a variety of clinical, community and private practice settings over the years. These include acute care at the Brockville General Hospital (BGH), in-patient and out-patient mental health as well as the cardiac rehab program at BGH, home care nutrition counselling, and working as a Dietitian and certified personal trainer at Skyward Active Health Centre.

Having been a cross country athlete turned recreational runner, Erin understands firsthand the importance and role of nutrition for both overall wellness and physical performance.  She has had the pleasure of collaborating with local sports teams as well as the Running Room to share her knowledge and passion for sports nutrition.

Attaining and maintaining improved health requires gradual lifestyle changes that she believes should not only be enjoyable, but also realistic and sustainable. There is no single plan or program that works best for everyone. As everyone’s body is different, each client deserves a personalized nutrition therapy plan unique to their needs, beliefs, schedule, and goals. Using an evidence-based and weight-inclusive practice Erin takes a collaborative team approach to find what will work best for the client.

Erin graduated from McGill University in 2013 with a BSc in Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics. Over the years she has continued to increase her knowledge and skills in the areas of: intuitive and mindful eating, sports nutrition, digestive and heart health, Health at Every Size®, plant-based eating and disordered eating. She is a member of the College of Dietitians of Ontario, Dietitians of Canada, and is a Certified Craving Change™ Facilitator.

In her spare time Erin can be found with her husband and golden retriever doing some sort of outdoor activity whether it be hiking, kayaking, gardening, etc. Having a passion for food, you might also find her in the kitchen trying out new recipes or reading a good (almost always nutrition-related) book. She also has a spirited Flemish giant rabbit who excels at eating the most veggies in the family.


Mikaela Horton
Mikaela HortonBASc, RD, MHSc

Mikaela received her Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Human Nutrition from the University of Guelph in 2018. She recently completed the coursework and practicum portions of her Masters of Health Science in Nutrition Communication from Ryerson University, and will graduate in June 2020. Mikaela’s practicum included placements at KFL&A Public Health Unit, Kingston Community Health Centre, and Kingston General Hospital. By forming supportive and meaningful relationships, Mikaela hopes to foster a compassionate and sustainable approach to healthy eating for all. Mikaela’s areas of interest include plant-based, vegetarian, and vegan diets; the connection between environmental sustainability and diet; and intuitive eating. She is a member of the College of Dietitians of Ontario and Dietitians of Canada.

A Kingston-based Registered Dietitian, Theresa Schneider has hiked in the Canadian Rockies, the Himalayas, the Andes and participated in rowing marathons. She has rowed the Head of the Charles in Boston, Head of the Trent in Peterborough and participates in the ‘Run for the Cure’. Schneider is a specialist in personalized medical nutrition therapy and sports nutrition. Her experience has included everything from critical care trauma nutrition to community health projects and work with athletes from nearly every sport.

Registered Dietitian/Sports Nutritionist/Health Services Consultant Theresa Schneider received a Bachelors of Applied Science Degree in Human Nutrition, from the University of Guelph. She completed her internship at Toronto General Hospital. In 1992, she received her Masters of Public Health from the University of Minnesota. and is a member the College of Dietitians of Ontario and Dietitians of Canada.  She has been a member of the The Canadian Diabetes Association (Diabetes Educator Section) and has been an official service provider for the Coaching Association of Canada and the Canadian Sport Centre Ontario.

Theresa’s nutrition experience includes: team sports nutrition, interim university lecturer, health services consultant and diabetes educator. She has worked with high-performance athletes and provided programming and lectures for business administration programs and sports teams.

Theresa Schneider
Theresa SchneiderBASc, RD, MPH