Britt with Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating

Intuitive. Slow. Pleasurable.

Those are just a few words that I use to describe my current relationship with food. Not too long ago, I would have said “obsessive, restrictive, and fear-based.” You see, I struggled with disordered eating for 14 years. I tried countless diets, exercise plans, and crazy schemes to fit into society’s ideal picture of what a woman “should” look like. Even when I reached my goal weight or pushed myself to a new fitness level, I still wasn’t happy and didn’t feel as though I were enough. I started to wonder if there was a different way, a way to reclaim the zest for life (and food and fun!) that I so effortlessly possessed as a child and young teenager.

Through a commitment to personal growth and an intense desire to feel good in my body again, I set out on a journey back to myself. By “doing the work” I finally reached a place that felt familiar to me, in fact it felt like home. I know firsthand how it feels to disconnect from and disrespect your body, the extreme highs and lows of dieting, and the perils of over-exercising. I am fueled by my own past struggle to help other women who are battling to break free from the fight and to step into their light and authenticity. It would be an honor to serve you and to help you claim YOUR place at the table of life!

Professional Bio

Britt Felix, M.S. is an Eating Psychology Coach who specializes in helping women break free from their struggle with food and body and step into an intuitive and empowered relationship with themselves so they can let their light shine. She is also a Certified Natural Chef and enjoys creating deliciously nourishing meals cooked with love. Additionally, Britt has a background in holistic nutrition, ballet barre classes, yoga, as well as elementary school education.

In her free time, Britt enjoys spending time by the ocean, traveling in her VW van with her husband, and eating cake. She lives in beautiful Santa Cruz, California.