Sally Brower


There is incredible power in the quiet moments. I try to get as many as I can.
“The ability to have consistent quiet time is a practice and if it's not cultivated, life shows up and takes it away."

Owner, Pepper's Salon and Spa

Sally Brower is the owner of Pepper’s Salon and Spa in Puyallup, Washington. A Lakebay, WA resident, Sally enjoys taking walks out in nature, cheering on her Seattle Mariners, and loves to organize things. As she says, “If I see something that isn't organized or compartmentalized, it will bother me, as I just want to get my hands on it and organize.”

One of Sally’s favorite things is quiet time. “I have grown to understand the innate desire and need to clear my head of all thoughts. I find lots of meditative benefits from walking in nature near my home. I receive very clear messages, for what seems to be for my higher good, from a divine connection that come through very clearly when it’s quiet. This quiet time seems to bring on a clearheadedness that I never seemed to have in my younger days. I've always lived with ‘head chatter,’ or ‘movies in my head,’ that I just thought was part of what is included in life.

For me, the ability to have consistent quiet time is a practice and if it's not cultivated, life shows up and takes it away, whether it’s the email feed, the phone, texts, a family member, work, or simple life activities that need your attention. Quiet time gives me a progress report on where I'm at with the process of my life purpose. It cultivates my ability to be less impatient and resistant and more compassionate and openminded. There is incredible power in the quiet moments. I try to get as many as I can.”

Sally focuses a lot of attention on getting her team to think outside the box in her spa. “In the last 3 years, we've began to show our team how their thinking has a direct impact on the energy in the room, how they attract positive and negative outcomes and how they can manage their emotions and bring more success and balance to themselves.

I love the opportunity of teaching my team the value of being balanced in our thinking and perspective. We use words and terms in our meetings, such as energy vibrating high or vibrating low, to teach them the importance and the ability to reach for a better feeling thought. Becoming balanced in their emotions becomes easier when they know how to do it. The team, even the young members, have responded amazingly well to these concepts and ideas. We've achieved more success in our goals with this mindset and my dream is to continue to create what I love to say is an employee-ran company.”


There is incredible power in the quiet moments. I try to get as many as I can.