Your Life on PurposeTransformational Programs for Women in the Second Half of Life
Coaching • Workshops • Retreats
Embody your best self.
Discover how you’re meant to serve.
Living a life on purpose and becoming your best self might feel like an impossible dream.
After all, you’ve spent the first half of your life tending to the needs of others while your own went on the back burner.
Now you’re in the second half and you’re tired of keeping yourself small.
Life is whispering (at this point, maybe shouting!) for you to change and answer the call of your heart.
You’re hungry to be real in your relationships.
You’re ready to love yourself and your life without apology.
You want to use your gifts so you can best serve the world.
Hi, I’m Annie Pringle.
I’ve spent the last 35 years helping clients get physically, mentally and emotionally aligned with themselves so they can live more confident, wholehearted lives.
Clients often describe our work together as helping them come home to themselves.
My expertise is in holistic, embodied transformation, which means that when you work with me, you’ll experience change that’s meaningful and sustainable.
You’ll learn exactly how to have powerful breakthroughs and embed your learning so you can call on it again and again.
I know firsthand what it takes to shift gears in the middle of life and find a new way of being that aligns with who you are and what you’re called to do.
We don’t become ourselves by ourselves.
If you’re ready to fulfill your longing and follow a path that has your name on it, I can help.
Let’s travel this path together. We’ll create ease and have some laughs along the way.
Schedule a no cost – no pressure call to discuss your dreams and challenges.
Discover the path that’s calling you and how to get you there.
Embark on the journey to becoming your best self.
“Annie is profound, astute and able to get right down to the essential issue at hand. I found her easy to talk to, and even better, fun to work with these past three years.”
“There is only one life you can call your own and a thousand others you can call by any name you want. Hold to the truth you make every day with your own body, don’t turn your face away. Hold to your own truth at the center of the image you were born with…”