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January 2023

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connect people Over the past three decades, Stacy has taught thousands of students and mentored hundreds of teachers. In 2021, the IDEA Health & Fitness Association honored her with the prestigious "World Fitness Instructor of the Year" award for her "superior abilities as an instructor and for her positive influence on the global health and fitness industry." rough her business, Yoga Namastacy, she has also developed a best-selling collection of online videos and books and has contributed her expertise at countless conferences. She's recognized for her health and wellness coaching, yoga and mindfulness practices, and her belief in plant- based food. A former executive with local health clubs, she also serves as a consultant to yoga studios and fitness clubs. Tom is a high-stakes performance coach who helps clients reach their full potential. He teaches those facing life's challenges and conflicts how to break through barriers to achieve success and happiness. For the past 30 years, Tom has coached executives at Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, athletes, and teams to perform at peak levels in high pressure situations. "People get stuck," he says, "but I want them to understand there are no limits." His second book, e Breakthrough Code: A Story About Living a Life Without Limits, teaches readers how to overcome self-limiting beliefs to fulfill your life's purpose. While most of his work is in the corporate arena, Tom also enjoys coaching athletes, including members of the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team, on the mental aspects of their performance. "I believe that the mental part of the game is responsible for 80 percent of an athlete's performance. I help them to see, feel, and believe in the result before it ever happens. I tell them that everything is created twice, first inside the mind and then in the outside world. When you do the work on the inside, your chances of seeing the results on the outside go way up," he says. Tom is often mistaken for actor Matt Damon in airports and sporting events. He once had to hide out in a parking lot after their son, Tommy's, basketball game in Boston when word erroneously spread that Damon was in the arena. Tommy, now 26, was a top-ranked player in high school and played point guard at both Harvard and Rice universities. Now in Los Angeles, he is CEO of Endow, a tech startup focusing on education and finance. e couple's 29-year-old daughter, Kylie, was a Parade magazine All-American soccer player who, as a member of the UCLA soccer team, won a national championship in 2013. After five years in private equity, specializing in acquiring commercial real estate, she is now developing Little Pipers Ranch, an eco-conscious luxury resort in Joshua Tree set to open in 2023. e family's spacious 10,000-square-foot home, set on nearly four acres off a winding road in Rancho Santa Fe, includes a swimming pool, tennis and pickleball courts, plenty of space for entertainment, and Stacy's "sacred place," a small yoga studio where she teaches online classes and training. "As challenging as the pandemic >> << ranchandcoast.com 82 JANUARY 2023 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE STACY MCCARTHY: MAKEUP BY HEATHER ARNOLD

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