5th May 2020 01:17

Steph is a Certified Breathwork Facilitator and Teacher, licensed bodyworker and Shamanic Practitioner. She previously owned four juice bars & clean food cafés before burning out.

In this episode of True Business Steph shares her experience of creating her True Business in alignment with her true nature and purpose, led by her creative spirit.

Receiving guidance through meditations to work with men, when her focus was women, opened up a new direction, product and business.

An inspirational conversation for anyone who wants to create with the flow of life requiring trust, courage and the space to connect to Source, to listen to the inner wisdom and guidance of your heart.

 

Links

Website: stephmagenta.com/

Instagram: www.instagram.com/integrativebreath

Facebook: www.facebook.com/stephmagentadotcom

 

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