Season 4, Episode 367: Melissa Redd – Life Coach, Meditation Guide & Retreat Leader

Today’s guest is Melissa Redd. Melissa is a life coach and the founder of Pure Luxury Health Retreats. She has a 500-hour Vinyasa Yoga teacher training certification, and has studied Meditation with over 200 hours at Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA.

Melissa Redd

Melissa helps women release stress, anxiety and get back to a place of calm. She has worked with corporations such as the Town of Danville, Genentech, Google, Facebook, the San Francisco Giants, the Oakland A’s, Fenwick & West and more. She loves working with the day-to-day Silicon Valley woman who is stressed out and wants to have more balance, calm and joy in her life.

You can learn more about her at www.reddcoaching.com, or discover her retreats at http://www.pureluxuryretreats.com/.

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