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A 3-month course that helps LDS moms tackle the question “How do I stop dieting?” and “But if I stop dieting, what will I do?”

This course has 4 modules with lessons and worksheets to help clients get started and walk away from dieting.

Clients can add 1:1 coaching sessions to help them in this process.


A 6-month program with lessons, worksheets and bi-weekly 1:1 coaching sessions to help clients learn how to become their own experts.

The lessons incorporate all 10 principles of Intuitive Eating, using a whole person health approach.

This program requires a Body Trust Breakthrough Session to get started. 

What my clients are saying...

“My motivation to join the Intuitive Method was to change my mindset with my body and I truly feel like I’m getting there. Baby steps I know, but I’m enjoying my health and feeling grateful for what my body can do and not worrying so much about comparing myself.  I love the mini classes and love how they redirect my goals and thoughts each time I sit down to do it. 

I really needed the coaching sessions and the reminder to check-in. Life is a bit crazy and that check refocused me every single time. Brooke was always very on time with your calls and very accommodating and easy to talk to.

She is also good at helping me come up with answers or goals and yet didn’t just give me the answers. I had to do the thinking myself which was good.”


What my clients are saying...

“I decided to sign up for the Intuitive Method because I liked the idea of getting off the diet roller coaster and working on being more body positive. 

I enjoyed my coaching sessions so much, I loved sharing any of the ah ha’s that I have.  I appreciated Brooke’s insights and suggestions.

I am excited about the breakthroughs I have had about schedule making, goal keeping, working through doubts and negative talk, and the tools that I have adopted that can continue to help me in this journey!”


What my clients are saying...

“I signed up for The Intuition Method because I’ve always struggled with my eating and wanted to feel more confident in my body and being able to listen to it. 

In this program, the most important things I’ve learned is how to take care of myself and honoring my feelings. I really loved the coaching calls and how much they really helped bring everything together.

I am proud of myself making so much progress and for learning to listen to my body, developing a deeper connection with it.”


What my clients are saying...

“I signed up for the Intuition Method because I was tired of feeling obsessed with my looks and weight.

I wanted to make peace with myself and food. Now, I’ve learned to be more gently with myself physically and emotional.

I am not so much “All or Nothing” in my attitudes. Although I struggled to come to terms with my negative thoughts about myself, I love feeling more at peace with my body.

My coaching sessions were always thought provoking, fun and encouraging.”


Hi, I’m Brooke.

My own wellness journey led me to getting my Master’s Degree in Health and Wellness Coaching from Creighton University – Go Blujays! I’m a certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and NASM Certified Personal Trainer.

I’m a foodie –  I really do love food. I love to eat and create great food. And I’m passionate about helping others have a healthy relationship with food so they can feel the same way.

All of my training and focus is on creating a better world for my kids and your kids. I want to help create a world where my kids embrace whole person health and a healthy mindset with food and their bodies. 

I help my clients to love what they see in the mirror so they can stop hiding and start showing up in their lives.

I want women to find the freedom to live without constantly thinking about how they look..”

Frequently Asked Questions


The focus of my coaching centers around the idea that we are made up of a lot of pieces that create our whole selves. We are not just our nutrition or our physical exercise. All of these pieces (stress, sleep, emotions, etc) play an integral part in our overall health and wellness. You cannot address one area and neglect the others and expect that you’ll be healthy.

You must address all areas, bit by bit, to see improvements in your health. In my coaching we’ll first address where you are at in each of these areas, and then work through each of them with practical tips to see small incremental progress. 


Intuitive eating is an approach that was created by two registered dietitians, Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch, in 1995. Intuitive eating is a non-diet approach to health and wellness that helps you tune into your body signals, break the cycle of chronic dieting and heal your relationship with food.

As a certified Intuitive Eating counselor I follow this approach as we talk about nutrition and trusting our bodies. While letting go of the idea of weight loss is hard for many clients, I do ask that you put weight loss on the back burner as we work through the issues that dieting have created in your life.


I get this question a lot and it’s a good one. Really being ready to let go of dieting and weight loss mentality can be challenging. Diet culture teaches us to embrace getting smaller and smaller.

You’ll know you’re ready to free up space in your day and brain for things other than thinking about food and your weight?

Are you ready to just be done with it?

Then book your Body Trust Breakthrough Call with me. That is the best way you can determine if you are ready for this important work.

I look forward to chatting with you and helping you take the next step!


Author John Whitmore defines coaching as, “unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them.”

As a health and wellness coach focusing on body trust and intuition, I help clients recognize the knowledge and body wisdom that they possess, but have pushed down or ignored most of their life. I’m all about helping clients set goals that make sense and helping you shift your mindset to embracing who you know you can be. More than anything, I’m a guide on your journey towards the next best version of yourself.


Christy Harrison of the Podcast Food Psych defines diet culture as:

A system of beliefs that:

  • Worships thinness and equates it to health and moral virtue, which means you can spend your whole life thinking you’re irreparably broken just because you don’t look like the impossibly thin “ideal.”
  • Promotes weight loss as a means of attaining higher status, which means you feel compelled to spend a massive amount of time, energy, and money trying to shrink your body, even though the research is very clear that almost no one can sustain intentional weight loss for more than a few years.
  • Demonizes certain ways of eating while elevating others, which means you’re forced to be hyper-vigilant about your eating, ashamed of making certain food choices, and distracted from your pleasure, your purpose, and your power.
  • Oppresses people who don’t match up with its supposed picture of “health,” which disproportionately harms women and people in larger bodies, damaging both their mental and physical health.

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