Brittany Lynn Kriger, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, CHHC, AADP, RYT 200
Hi, I’m Brittany, and I spent YEARS (literal YEARS) frustrated with food and my body. I hated my body. I hated food. I loved food. I wanted nothing more than to feel “normal” with food. I didn’t feel even a little bit normal with food. I didn’t want to punish my body with exercise anymore. I wanted to love my body. BE my body. Trust my body.
I’m not just another health coach. I am a health coach with a mission to disrupt the wellness space, advocating for all bodies and not basing health off of size, weight, or moral food values. Over the past 5 years I’ve worked with research scientists, other health coaches, accountants, artists, teachers, actresses, chefs, and so many more. My specialty? Helping women release shame and control and teaching them how to listen to the language of their bodies, keeping happiness at the heart of healthfulness.
In 2013, I founded The Soul Food Project, which is devoted to the power of a positive relationship with food and body. Through workshops, yoga, coaching, writing, and speaking, I am passionate about spreading the mantra: "Love the food you eat. Live the life you love. Ditch guilt and regret," and I am here to lead anyone who cares to join me in an anti-diet revolution of yoga, food, and soul (which is the path to a joyous and free relationship to food and body).
I am a certified health and integrative nutrition coach specializing in women's hormone health as well as a Yoga Alliance registered yoga instructor. I studied with ground breaking pioneers in the field of nutrition at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, which is accredited by Columbia University’s Teachers College and by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.