Hey, and welcome! I am so glad you are here!

I hope that landing here at Pure Belonging is the path to peace with food that you have been looking for.

I spend my days supporting people on their healing journey through nervous system regulation practices, mindfulness, and conscious movement. If that sounds great to you, and you are curious to learn more, I’ll tell you a little more about me below.

My approach in working with my students is informed by decades of education and training, but it’s my personal journey healing from emotional eating and decades of body image suffering that was the true creative spark in creating the Peace with self, peace with food method.

You might want to know about my formal training.

My original degree is in British and American studies. I am a Somatic Experiencing and Neuroaffective Relational Model Practitioner, and a Somatic Practice Practitioner. I am also trained as a Nutritious Movement Restorative Exercise Specialist and multiple other healing movement modalities that I have used over the years to support people with chronic pain and complex conditions.

I truly have the fortune of blending and using all my skills and education to support clients who both need and appreciate a holistic approach to healing.

The people who get referred to me mostly struggle with chronic and persistent pain, recovery from emotional eating, as well as syndromes such as chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and autoimmune illness. Most of them have found my work invaluable on their healing path and feel like they have their lives back.

I teach the Peace with self peace, with food method in workshops, small transformation groups, and retreats.

If you’d like to take the next online workshop, you can enroll here

If you want to learn more about how to transform your relationship with food and what are the next steps for you to take, please schedule a free call below.

For any other questions, comments, and curiosities:

You can email me here.

In peace with food:


Disclaimer: the content taught here is not meant to be a replacement for professional support from a licensed mental health professional. Galina Denzel is not a psychotherapist or counselor, nor should any information shared here be construed as therapy. If you are actively in treatment for a condition involving food-related behaviors, or addiction, please consult with your treatment team about whether working with the content offered on this website is suitable.