Yoga found Margot at 18. Yoga was slower than competitive sports, more body/mind oriented and consciousness building (a perfect fit for her). Yet as a practitioner she could still increase her abilities in this slow, conscious manner to include challenging poses or asanas, such as a headstand and full backbend from the floor (for example). It also included a spiritual philosophy. She has practiced since 18 and has been teaching yoga for 20 years.
To deepen her understanding of the mind/body connection, Margot acquired a Master of Arts in Somatic Education and Research and an additional Masters in Professional Counseling, and she integrates this knowledge into her practice, teaching, and how she understands people. She became a Realtor®, because she enjoys helping people with involved endeavors, as well as learning about the complexity of houses. She's lived in Austin for 15 years and is versed in most of Austin's neighborhoods. In witnessing the city's rapid growth, she feels it’s important to keep abreast of its hidden gems, whether that be its neighborhoods, nature trails, restaurants, or music venues. Margot owns a Catahoula leopard dog and enjoys the dog friendly parks and cafés here.
Why she's a Habitat Hunter
Choosing to work for Habitat Hunters was an excellent choice for Margot because of the small, personalized and experienced nature of the office, with broker Jody Lockshin, and the other staff members. Expert help is always available and everyone is very present, centered and quick to respond (a rarity in our time).
Benefits of working with Margot:
Margot works only by referral and spends all of her time and resources on her clients rather than on marketing. Her ultimate goal is to take care of all her clients in the most beneficial and personal way possible.
Margot's an avid partner dancer; she knows all nine Country Western dance styles, plus
west Coast Swing dance, and several ballroom dances. She's also learning Argentine Tango. Margot's other passion is dogs; she's good at teaching them to live in our human world, while still letting them be dogs.
She loves nature and protected parklands for taking long hikes with her dog.
Margot speaks a little French.