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We’ve added another session of S-T-R-E-T-C-H!

Aug 28, 2017

Mary Riley, ACC, Founder of the Center for Non-Profit Coaching

The Fall 2017 session filled up so quickly! And you were still asking for more… so we’ve added another session of S-T-R-E-T-C-H ! Becoming The Incredible Coach You Truly Are beginning January 11, 2018 AND we have asked Mary Riley to teach it!

Mary is the founder of the Center for Non-Profit Coaching. She brings experience and humor, rooted in a strong meditation practice, to her teaching. If you’ve yet to work with Mary, it is highly recommendable!

Please view the class webpage for details and registration. Contact us with any questions! Hope to see you there.

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