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How to Get Unstuck with Becky Vollmer

Season 1, Ep. 24

Have you been feeling stuck and unsure what to do? You are not alone and luckily Becky Vollmer knows just how to go deep and learn from the stickiness to grow toward your dreams and potential. Becky is the author of You Are Not Stuck-- a manual that teaches women to use movement, breath work, self-exploration to transform fear into freedom.

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