Kathrin Brunner, BA (Hons), CNP, RYT

Kathrin Brunner is a Toronto-based nutritionist, health educator and a Pilates and Yoga teacher. She has a passion for holistic living and loves to share that in the clinic, the classroom and the studio. Kathrin holds a Degree in Psychology and is a 2012 graduate of The Institute of Holistic Nutrition. She is the co-owner of For the Love of Body and runs interactive workshops and events with an emphasis on hands-on learning. She teaches fermentation, soap-making and how to make natural skincare products and cleaning products. Kathrin teaches Nutrition and the Environment and the Psychology of Disease courses at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition’s Diploma program and Fermentation Foundations—Traditions & Trends at The Institute of Holistic Nutrition’s Continuing Education department.

  • POD 012 The Psychology of Disease

    This course offers a comprehensive guide to energy and its pathways throughout the body. It discusses “thought” and “emotion” and their relationship to energy and to disease. It challenges the student to explore the thought patterns that may be inhibiting their own health & balance and their ability to succeed at their goals.

  • NE 009 Nutrition and the Environment

    Based on an underlying philosophy that environments maintain and promote health and that individuals have a right to self-determination and self-knowledge, this course will present nutrition principles which promote health and prevent disease. Topics will consider the safety of our food supply, naturally occurring and environmental toxins in foods, microbes and food poisoning.

  • Fermentation Foundations—Traditions & Trends CEFFT

    This comprehensive four session course will teach you how to ferment a wide variety of foods including fermented drinks, vegetables, hot sauces, vinegars and condiments. Each week you’ll ferment along with us step-by-step. Each session will explore different kinds of fermented foods and their health benefits. You’ll learn how to create flavours you love and how to best integrate these foods into your diet for optimal health.