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Open Me for taking risks

August 22nd, 2018

Having lived in New Zealand for 28 years, Leanne Babcock sold up everything and moved back to her homeland Canada where she embarked on a road trip across North America, re-acquainting herself with this continent. In 2017, she published her first book, Open Me – the true story of a magical journey from fear to freedom (Five Feather Publishing $25).  It concerns having the courage to take risks and follow your heart and your spirit’s longing. Since 1993, Leanne Babcock has been running her own coaching and training business by leading courses, retreats and one-on-one coaching programmes that “shake up the roots of your soul opening your mind, your spirit and your heart.” She has trained in transactional analysis, hypnotherapy, neuro-linguistic programming, neuro science, intuitive studies and shamanism.  978-0-473-39067-9

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