Llyn was born in Dryden, Ontario, Canada and was raised in the Sioux Lookout/Hudson Ontario area. She graduated as a Registered Nurse in 1969 and began her career in the Intensive Care–Cardiac Monitoring Unit in Thunder Bay, Ontario. She held positions as a Head Nurse, Nurse Educator, Health Liaison Coordinator, Director of a Home Care Program, Administrator of an Early Head Start Program and Community Health Nurse to Medically Fragile Children.
She left the hospital setting and established an independent practice where she produces educational seminars and provides counseling services.
Through these programs thousands of individuals have learned and put into practice their ability to make healthy choices to create the life they desire.
Llyn loves to write and has produced numerous papers on alternative health issues as well as children’s books that teach children the importance of self-love and positive attitudes. Her children’s song. It’s Great Being Me, was
recorded by Fred Penner on his album, What A Day! She has published other children’s books and poetry. One of her poems, Something New, teaches children the importance of not giving up.
Her experience with children with disabilities has led her to write a non-fiction workbook, Looking Outside The Box, for health professionals and families who work with these children. Twice Victorious, her children’s story that was published in the magazine Friends, in January, 2003, is based on the life of one of these children.
Her creative non-fiction novel, A Passage In Time, was published in February, 2004 & her workbook, How To Achieve A Fuller Life was published in 2006. She is currently writing a book entitled Everyday Miracles.
Llyn has two children, Wendy and John, and four grandchildren, Jayson, Theri, Charlotte and Kingsley who are the loves of her life.
She currently lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba where she has established the The Academy of Energy Medicine to continue her work. When she is not assisting others to reach their optimum health and wellness, she continues to write for adults and children.