Podcast: Pathways Radio

Michelle Wirta: Brain Circus

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Our guest on Pathways today is Michelle Wirta, a teacher, writer, and speaker with a background in clinical psychology, coaching, holistic health, and movement therapy. She’s the owner of Spiral Life Consulting, a business offering positive life design coaching, and is a specialist in teaching processes that release subconscious self-sabotage. She is currently planning a community festival premiering in Portland in 2012, (which offers play-based learning for adults, brain science, and local community based businesses) called Brain Circus. Michelle is also collaborating with her group Divine Deviants, to write From Soul Bondage to Brave Hearted Living: Why 11 women whole heartedly believe in you and how your story can change the world.

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