Eat Pie: How to Survive the Holidays

Kate Moore

Kate believes in the power of movement - any kind of movement. Kate rejects diets and diet culture. Kate rejects the idea of exercising to burn calories. Kate rejects the idea of hating your body because of how it looks or for what it can or can’t do. Kate believes in being kind to your body and that we are not our bodies (she believes the same things about our fears, our heartaches, our anger, and our shame). She believes that our bodies are a magnificent vessel for who we actually are which is why Kate also believes in the practice of self-work and continuing growth so that we are able to show up with more and more presence in this world. Kate is the owner of getFIT615 in Nashville, TN where she resides with her dog-child, and assistant manage, Emma.


  1. page hart on at

    A beautiful article Kate
    useful, funny and so needed
    thank you

  2. Erin G. on at

    Brilliant. Thank you, Kate! Offering permission (from ourselves and, yes, even from others!) is so healthy to unlocking some of the unconscious (or very conscious and hard to break) unhealthy ways of interacting with meal times, particularly holiday meal times. So much delicious food to go enjoy and add to our reasons for gratitude, and I am so pleased to be letting my body/intuition lead the way and not my mind/desires/impressions/guilty feelings. I can’t wait for pecan pie (and, what a GIFT/PRIVILEGE that I don’t have to).