“Kat taught me that everything I need is "pre-installed." On it's own, my body has a wonderful way of self-regulating appetite, hunger and satiety. When I honor and trust that, I allow myself to live as the most honest version of me in the present moment.”

~a Boston area client


                                                                               

Meet Kat Brown MS RD RYT

Serving the greater San Francisco Bay and Peninsula Area

Offices in Menlo Park and San Jose

phone 650.796.1505 fax 650.251.4377 email katbrownnutrition@gmail.com

© 2017 Kathryn Brown

Thanks for visiting my site! I’m a Registered Dietitian (Commission on Dietetic Registration #00968860) with specialties in treating people of all ages with disordered eating using an Intuitive-Eating based approach. Other areas of specialty include pre- and post-natal nutrition, fertility and pre-conception, food allergies, sports nutrition, non-diet approach to weight management and pediatric nutrition.


Education and Professional Affiliations:

I earned my Masters Degree in Human Nutrition from Colorado State University and trained and worked in the Boston teaching hospital system (interning at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and working at Children’s Hospital Boston for 4 years thereafter) for 5 years before moving to the amazing San Francisco Bay Area in 2010.


I’m a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and I serve as the media co-chair for the Bay Area IAEDP (International Association of Eating Disorders Providers) Board.


Another one of my passions is teaching yoga to people of all ages, all body shapes and sizes, and all ability levels. I am a 200-hour Yoga Alliance Certified Restorative and Vinyasa Yoga Teacher with 9 years experience teaching yoga and a strong anatomical knowledge base. I continue to deepen my knowledge of teaching through teacher trainings in the Iyengar style of yoga, and in January 2011 completed a month-long intensive at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute in Pune, India. In my classes, I seek to provide a nourishing, safe environment to explore and heal the body and decrease stress. To learn more about how yoga can be beneficial for medical and psychological conditions, please visit the resources page.