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Welcome to PBP Yoga!

By Paige Bradley-Pecoul

FRI SEP 06, 2019

Greetings, and welcome to PBP Yoga!

I want to thank you for your support as I transition from a studio employed yoga teacher, to an entrepreneur and yoga health coach. You can still find me offering classes each week at Yoga Krewe, but if you look closely you'll see that the way I work looks a little different.

One thing you may notice is I'm offering more courses and series. I have arrived at a place in my teaching and knowledge where I desire to work on a deeper level. There is only so much that can be transmitted in a one hour group yoga class. While leading those classes will always have a piece of my heart, I feel I can impart a deeper wisdom if I make this shift.

Another thing you may notice is that I am working more out of my home. I have a beautiful yoga space in a quiet neighborhood. When I utilize this space to work with people one on one, it benefits us both. I find that the cozy feel of the home studio lends itself to deeper relaxation and ease. These sessions are intimate and impactful.

I’d like to share with you, too, that I started taking a new course in August. I am studying Ayurveda and the 10 habits of yogis with the wise and wonderful Cate Stillman. The desire to dial in my daily habits was born out of my own health journey, and the health challenges of some people who are dear to me.

Right now I am focused on living the habits, and observing their impact on my health and vitality, while studying with Cate to understand the transformation I am experiencing, as well as how I can bring what I’m learning to you. In January I will begin leading a year long online course sharing these habits and lifestyle practices. I want to help others orient towards their potential for radiant longevity through improved digestion, deep rejuvenating sleep, high immune system function, and a vibrant connection to themselves and their environment. This course will deliver transformational change.

There will be four opportunities to enroll next year, January, April, July, and October. Regardless of when you enroll, the course lasts one year.

Curious? Stay tuned!

Yours in peace, love, and yoga,
P

Paige Bradley-Pecoul

ERYT-500, YACEP

pbpyoga.com