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    Wander Women Wednesdays: Last Chance on our Aerial Arts Retreat in Israel!

    High Flying Israel
    Wander Women Wednesdays are back! This mid-week feature is all about highlighting an upcoming Wander Women Retreat, or a new aspect of our retreat business we’re excited about.  Now that y’all know what a blast we had in Mexico, it’s time to tell you about Brenna and I’s next High Flying Retreat in Israel — happening […]
     

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