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From rigid and obsessive to trusting yourself: Stephanie Burg’s journey

Stephanie

Podcast Overview:

Stephanie Burg used to be a professional dancer. She was forced to sign contracts saying that she couldn’t gain more than 3 pounds, was constantly criticized, and was always told to push through the pain.

After she left the dancing world, she had a lot to learn about going with the flow and finally trusting herself.

This episode goes over her inspiring journey.

Stephanie’s Bio:

Stephanie Burg is a Certified Nutrition & Lifestyle Coach and professional ballet dancer. Through both roles, she is able to share her love of the human form and creativity that we each possess. Her coaching programs, classes, and workshops have helped dozens of successful, high-achieving women who struggle with their weight, diet and stress levels to achieve the body they really want so they can live the life of their dreams. To schedule a complimentary nutrition breakthrough session, or for healthy recipes and tips, visit her website at www.stephanieburgcoaching.com.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Stephanie Burg Coaching – Stephanie’s site

Jeannine Yoder – The mutual friend of ours that Stephanie mentioned. You can also listen to a podcast I recorded with Jeannine here.

Episode Transcript

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