Peg McPhedran RHN RYT is dedicated to helping people in their search for personal growth and understanding as they seek to create more healthy, fulfilling lives.

My work is all about supporting clients as they move through the process of going from being stressed out and unfulfilled to enjoying and feeling good about themselves and their lives. I have many years of experience supporting people to reach their goals and have completed certification as a Holistic Nutritionist and Lifestyle Coach, as well as a teacher of nutrition, yoga, pilates and skiing.  I am currently receiving training in an eight-month program with some of the top teachers in the profession of yoga therapy.

I know from personal experience how one can get caught up a cycle of stress and unhappiness with one’s life and I know it is possible to get out of that cycle.  My search for wellness has led me to a better understanding of the true nature of health and lifestyle choices which I now share with my clients.

Supporting clients in finding a way to enjoy and feel good about themselves and their lives is so important that it has become a focus for my practice.

Many clients come to work on stress or lack of direction in their lives. I help them learn to listen to their bodies and their inner wisdom, accept where that are now as a starting point, and make decisions that support them in finding more joy in their lives.

In all of my work each individual is approached as a whole person, made up of breath, body, thoughts, emotions and inner wisdom. Because all of these parts of us are connected; a wonderful way to manifest awareness, acceptance, and change is to deeply listen to our bodies.

In the pages that follow you can read more about the specific offerings. Please explore and feel free to contact me with any questions you might have. It would be a pleasure to hear from you.

As Carl Rogers, father of Person Centered Psychology said,

“Experience is the highest authority. The touchstone of validity is my own experience. No other person’s ideas and none of my own ideas are as authoritative as my experience. It is to experience that I must return again and again to discover a closer approximation of the truth.”