Hi, I’m Peggy, an ex-corporate girl turned registered yoga teacher and certified life coach. After working two decades at private and publicly traded organizations, I found inner peace through yoga and a calling in life coaching. I’m passionate about helping yoga students practice mindfully and supporting professional women to navigate career changes and challenges successfully.
May you recognize your full potential and create your best life!
🖤 Do you feel ready to take your career to the next level or pursue a new career endeavor, but not sure how and where to start?
🖤 Are you in the midst of a stressful career transition, and wish to be supported to work through this challenging time?
🖤 Are you frustrated about not being seen and heard at work, and want your talent and voice to be noticed and valued?
🖤 Are you an aspiring entrepreneur currently in the corporate world and thinking about starting a business that aligns with your passion, but fearing risks associated with stepping out of your career comfort zone?
If your answer is yes, you are not alone, and your feelings and fears are valid. Changes are hard and scary, but they present opportunities that help us grow and bring hopes that motivate us to take action. If sitting in your career comfort zone is no longer comfortable, and you are ready for a change, I’m here to help you. My coaching process concentrates on developing strategies and producing actionable steps that work for you. As a result of our sessions, you’ll gain clarity on career goals, learn to look beyond self-imposed limiting beliefs, and get into action to create a successful transition that leads to a meaningful transformation.
May your practice relieve your body, soothe your mind, and uplift your spirit.
I mainly practice and teach Vinyasa, Hatha, and Yin yoga and work with students on building a strong mind-body connection. My intention for each class is to help students feel refreshed and balanced after they step off the mat.
I believe in respecting our bodies, trusting our intuitions, and having compassion for all beings, including ourselves. Be aware of postures that induce distress, be curious about intuitive movements that bring ease, and be kind to ourselves even if we can’t achieve certain poses. Maintain a consistent practice and honor the progress will cultivate exponential growth that manifests over time.