It’s YOUR time to make peace with food and your body
You’re a go-getter and a high-achiever. You probably grew up doing everything “right” - striving to do well in school, landing a spot at a great college, and working hard to build your career. You care about making a difference to the world and to the people in your life, like your friends and family.
On the outside, you look like you have it all together... yet when you’re alone, you often find that you struggle with and feel out-of-control with food.
Perhaps you woke up this morning feeling low and disappointed. After doing so well with your eating for a few days, you binged last night. It started after a long day at school or work, then has continued in a way that really worries you. The binges started slowly and now have progressed to become really weird and scary… It’s started with cookies and now that you’ve banned these from the house, you’re on to raw chocolate chips and rutabaga.
You wonder if there’s something wrong with you. Your eating impacts your confidence, self-esteem, and you wonder if you’re ever going to be able to find your way out of it. You know it also affect other parts of your life because after a binge, you find you your energy is low for the things you enjoy doing and to be with people you care about, such as your friends, family, and potential dating partners.
Here’s the thing, you’re not alone in this, nor is there anything wrong with you. In fact, there are so many people who secretly struggle with food and it’s not for lack of trying, nor striving.
If you want to make peace with food and your body, you need to start listening to your body and to the reasons why you’re eating when you’re not hungry.
Hi, my name is Keia.
I help high-achieving men and women break free from the yo-yo dieting and binge eating cycle so they can make peace with food and their bodies.
For the past 4 years, I have helped many people in healing their relationships with food. Before that, I was studying for my B.S. in Systems Engineering and previously worked as a support engineer and engineer trainer at Microsoft. I looked successful on the outside but secretly I would often turn to food to cope with stress and uncertainty in my life. While my engineering background helped me learn how to tackle challenges strategically, in working with a coach myself, I saw that my own struggle with binge eating had little to do with food, had a lot to do with my beliefs, and how I was not honoring my need to live a greater sense of purpose. I now live free from dieting and binge eating and am so honored that I get to make a living helping people reconnect with their bodies.
In my work with clients, I combine mindset coaching, nutrition, mindfulness, and other energy management tools to help my clients break free from emotional, stress, and binge eating. In this way, we get to the move through the problem more quickly and save weeks, months, or even years of ruminating over the past.
Our relationship with food often reflects how we are living our lives. The good news is that if start getting curious and showing ourselves compassion, we can find freedom with food, rediscover what it feels like to feel confident and beautiful in our bodies again, and have the energy and focus to dedicate to the people and missions we really care about.