Coaching SIG: Keeping Your Cool Under Stressful Conditions

  • 03 May 2011
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Bethesda Regional Library


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Topic:  Groundworks: Keeping Your Cool Under Daily Stressful Conditions

As a coach, how do you stay centered and allow your innate and powerful skills to make an impact when your clients and their world seem to be in turmoil?  In difficult situations do you respond by conscious choice or with a knee jerk reaction?  Aware of it or not, you always have a choice about how you respond.  Join us and experience analytical, attitudinal, behavioral, and physical practices that will help you make the choices that access more of your skill and capabilities. 

           Identify when you are centered (grounded) or off center; what triggers you; and how to get back to your


           Experience practices and exercises that help to ground you daily and when under stress.

           Know and feel what it’s like to be grounded and ready for peak performance.

 Peggy Linden,  founder of Pangea Training & Development, is a creative artist, trained organizational development consultant, CranioSacral Therapist,  and life & business coach.  She has over 25 years’ experience helping clients get ‘unstuck’ and move forward to embody their lives as they envision.  She is a certified coach through the Coaches Training Institute.

Claudio Toyama,
CEO & Change Facilitator, Solsten Group, LLC, is an accomplished Life and Business Coach, nurturing lasting transformations in individuals and communities. He works with people going through periods of deep questioning or life transitions, helping them to become unstuck, define their life path and achieve greater fulfillment.

Amy Lodge Mattison, an Integrative Bodyworker and Dancer, believes strongly in the power of physical movement to transform and heal the body. As a Licensed Massage Therapist she brings 11 years of experience resolving acute and chronic issues, and providing the many benefits of deep relaxation for the body and mind. 

Date/Time:  Tuesday, May 3, 2011, 7:00 - 9:00 PM

Location:  Bethesda Regional Library

7400 Arlington Rd. Bethesda, MD 20814.
Tel: 240-777-0970  ~