Throughout my life, food has been both my best friend and worst enemy.
I help women move beyond emotional eating into a new way of living, by healing their personal, unique relationship with food and their often painful relationship with themselves.
Issues with food and body image are deeply rooted—and many women struggle to make different choices because they do not understand those issues.
Without detangling the root of your issues with food, you end up carrying around an emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual knot.
That knot feels emotionally draining— and keeps you mystified because you realize that the woman you see in the mirror is not who know you are on the inside.
Divine Renewal™ is a personalized
8-session journey over the course of
Sister, when you come back to your body, you come home to yourself.
Your body is a vessel of inherent wisdom and creative power. Its cyclical rhythms are there to remind you of your feminine essence, which includes your inherent softness, intuition, and inspired sensuality and playfulness.
After nearly twenty years of supporting women, I know that when we tenderly heal our relationship with our bodies, we actually heal our feelings about our pasts, our loved ones, and our food.
* NOTE: While my clients are happy to share their stories, I guard their privacy as this work is intimate, confidential, vulnerable, and sacred.
Women are yearning to remember their wholeness and live a life aligned with grace, gratitude and love.
I’m Myriam Llano, emotional eating coach, nutritionist and the creator of The Divine Renewal™ Movement—for women who are ready to stop numbing their emotions and abandoning their bodies.
Divine Renewal™ is the journey back to yourself.
A tender revealing of your sacred feminine.
It’s time to awaken and embody the magnificent woman you are so you can create a peaceful relationship between your body and your food.
I understand your pain.
I began hiding and binging on food when I was a little girl. I felt lost and conflicted by unrealistic messages about beauty which led me to detach and deny myself. At one time I was hospitalized due to my eating disorder. It's taken me years to understand and make peace with my past.