Hi there! I'm Katheryn, creator of Girl on Bliss

If you've ever indulged after a workout because you "deserved it", restricted your diet before a celebration dinner so you could "afford it", or are just plain confused about what to do for your health (even though you understand a lot of info), then...great! You're in the right place.

I'm a wellness coach, facilitator, and writer dedicated to helping you integrate your health goals into your chosen lifestyle.

But more importantly, I'm here to help you have mental freedom from worrying about your health and weight. 

Keep reading to find out how I can help you, where Girl on Bliss has been featured, and more about my personal story:


Here's how I can help:

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Private Online Coaching

Learn more about how I work with motivated individuals who are burnt out from dieting and overwhelmed with what to do next. 

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Public Speaking

Looking for someone to talk about health at your corporation or event? Get in touch to have Katheryn come speak.

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Corporate Wellness

Looking to improve the health of your workers (and your bottom line)? Click here to learn about my corporate wellness services.

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My Story

I used to be a 40-pound overweight yoyo dieter. I felt like I had tried everything to lose weight: Weight Watchers, calorie counting, high-protein/low carb diets, lots of salads, and working out the gym for 1-2 hours per day. 

Nothing was working. Or at least, it "worked" temporarily, but all I felt at the end of the day was tired, hungry, and feeling like I'd constantly have to make a choice between being healthy or being social and engaged with life (which always revolved around food!). 

I tried to come up with my own rules, like only eating what I wanted if I had worked out. But even eating in moderation still made me feel guilty.

Everything changed when I moved to Tokyo, and I learned about Food Energetics.

I was living in a land of slim women who were eating rice and noodles, who opted for yoga instead of CrossFit, and who weren't chugging a 2L bottle of water throughout the day.

None of their habits made any sense to me based on the knowledge I found in Western media, but these women were getting the results that I wanted. 

So I studied what they were doing: eastern, holistic concepts. And experimented. And...ate! A lot.

The weight kept falling off. I started to have this soaring energy, where I'd wake up even before my alarm clock. My skin cleared up. And I couldn't help but smile while I'd walk through the streets.

And I thought to myself: Why don't more people know about this?!

I found was that even though a lot of health information is the same both in the Western and Eastern worlds, the approaches, thought process, and perspectives are different. 

For the first time, being healthy and taking care of myself became fun. My focus changed from "blasting fat" to caring about how I wanted to feel, how I wanted to connect with nature, and what special role I wanted food to play in my life. 

And this is what I want for you - to be able to feel comfortable in your body, confident in your communication, clear on what you value, and capable of being healthy and enjoying the pleasures of life.

Sometimes, all it takes is a new perspective.