About Good Goddess
Good Goddess offers a contemporary outlook on premium wellness, taking the confusion out of getting healthy.
Our beverage and food-activating products are a hybrid between nutritional health + beauty and promise to get you glowing from the inside out.
A Few Good Goddesses...
Always in tune with beauty and style, Natasha Geddes began her career as a Fashion Buyer for Holt Renfrew, before taking on the role of Marketing and Fashion Director at one of Canada’s leading luxury e-tailers.
For more than a decade, Natasha was immersed in developing luxury brands and travelling the world to edit the globe’s top fashion showrooms. After the birth of her son and daughter, Natasha extended her expert focus to include healthy living.
She dove progressively deeper into mindful cooking and nutrition, challenging herself to create delicious gluten-free, dairy-free recipes and explore the power of supplements. Her passion became more than a hobby, garnering the attention not only of family and friends, but celebrities and followers who turned to her for advice on how to live a balanced life, starting in the kitchen.
Natasha had her light-bulb moment and enrolled at New York City-based, Institute of Integrative Nutrition. After graduating, she began creating personalized nutrition programs, as well as developing products that would eventually become part of the Good Goddess brand.
Natasha Geddes Says,
“Taking the confusion out of getting healthy was the key driver for me. Going to health food stores can be so overwhelming! I don’t want anyone who’s trying to be healthy to ever feel intimidated. With Good Goddess, I’ve set out to create a trusting ‘nest’ for women (and men!) to feel safe and inspired.”
Dr. Jessica Roeder
Registered Chiropractor, Contemporary Medical Acupuncture
Dr. Jessica Roeder has over twelve years’ experience as a chiropractor and is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program at McMaster University.
Through knowledge gained from her undergraduate studies in Human Kinetics, Dr. Roeder places an emphasis towards correcting biomechanical dysfunction in order to restore function and improve performance and adaptability. Following the Functional Integrated Therapy approach, her treatment consists of chiropractic care, medical acupuncture, and Active Release Techniques (ART). This comprehensive method aids in the long-term resolution of injuries, improves the body’s function and contributes to optimal health.
ALEXANDRA BAIRD, Holistic Chef and Contributor
MADDIE CURTIS, CNP