Teigan Pearson is a Bluearth coach who began her journey with us in 2020.
We asked her a handful of questions in regards to her role, background, and fun facts, so you get to know her better.
Check out what she had to say below.
What is your role and what does it involve?
My role as a Bluearth coach is to empower the people I work with to unlock the power of moving well and engaging in regular movement. I help them to become strong in their bodies and minds, and to find connection with themselves and others. It involves a lot of fun! Using different games and activities to help people connect and feel good is one of the best parts of my job. It also involves listening to people and helping them find what they need so that they can reach their potential.
What do you love about your role and working for Bluearth?
In my role I have the privilege of watching the people I am working with grow and achieve their full potential. I love that I can walk into a school and explore the energy and dynamics of a group of people through the simple act of movement. Working for Bluearth lights me up and allows me to share my love of movement with people in a non-competitive and fun way.
Can you tell us a bit about your background/training and how you started your journey at Bluearth?
Prior to Bluearth I completed my Cert IV in Fitness and became a fully qualified Personal Trainer. I worked in a couple of gyms over the years, being the person to deliver FitRanx for Kids and also Ready Steady Go Kids before dipping my toe into Early Childhood. I completed a Certificate III in Early Childhood in 2017, but I still had not found my ‘purpose’.
Since beginning with Bluearth in 2020, I have learnt so much and my coaching has grown beyond my expectations. I was approached by our National Operations Manager, Matt, to come and explore the Bluearth Approach and I absolutely fell in love with the organisation, the culture, and the philosophy.
When I am not coaching, I love to get in the car and explore new places with my family. We love to take the 4WD out and find some awesome trails to hike in the Victorian High Country! I also love to play with my two rescue dogs who have lots of energy!