Kimberly Evans, MS, RD, RYT is a registered dietitian/nutritionist with over 30 years of experience in assisting her clients in creating a meaningful relationship to food and multiple sources of nourishment. She would describe herself as a lover of movement and good food, a Leo, and a believer. Her favorite color is red and she loves the feeling of the wind on her face.
Her approach to working with clients blends the modern science of nutrition and the art of living well. She is passionate about connecting her clients to strategies and tools needed to cultivate a positive relationship with food, nourishment, and self in support of living an authentic radiant and nourished life. She understands the impact of primary and secondary trauma on wellbeing and the nervous system. Kimberly is interested in understanding the ways in which food and eating can serve as a metaphorical tool of communication.
Kimberly earned her undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Michigan State University. She went on to study psychology at Chestnut Hill College graduate school and to complete her master’s degree in Health Care Administration at Marlboro College. She has masters training in motivational interviewing and culinary medicine that have provided invaluable experience in helping her clients curate a roadmap for wellbeing. She is a registered yoga teacher with a love of embodied and contemplative movement. Kimberly holds a license in Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Florida.
Kimberly has deep roots in the culinary arts and believes the kitchen can be a healing environment and that there is much to be learned by the “state of the plate”. She speaks regularly at professional conferences on the science of taste, culinary medicine, and eating disorder topics.
Kim believes nourishment goes beyond the food that you eat. It includes the people that you surround yourself with, and the information that you take in on a daily basis. She encourages clients to connect to nourishment that lifts them up, unapologetically. Today’s culture is designed to make people feel like they are constantly failing at something, to question their self worth and to feel guilty when they spend time and energy prioritizing their needs. This is not nourishment.
Her question to her clients is “Are you ready to discover how to make decisions in tune with core values so that you can live your best, most radiant life?”
- Eating Disorders & Disordered Eating
- Intuitive Eating
- Body Image
- Sports Nutrition
- Culinary Medicine
- Functional Medicine Wellness
- Women’s Health
- Transgender Health & Wellness