Elena Brower: December 1, 2017

FIND SOME PEACE DURING THE HOLIDAY RUSH

 YOGA MASTER SHARES HOW TO USE YOGA AND MEDITATION TO DE-STRESS DURING THE BUSIEST TIME OF THE YEAR

Elena Brower

Renowned author of new bestselling journal Practice You, teacher, and speaker

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is in full swing and it’s hard to not get caught up in the stress of the season. But there are ways to find a little moment of peace. Using simple chair yoga, meditation, and essential oils, even the most stressed out person can feel completely rejuvenated. Yoga master Elena Brower is available to educate viewers on  how we can utilize these tools to take a step back this holiday season.

Some of Elena’s tips include:

  • SIMPLEST YOGA POSTURES, EVEN AT YOUR DESK: Yoga can be as soothing as a hug or a massage when it comes to reducing tension and relaxing the physical body. Certain postures have a deeply calming and detoxifying effect, particularly forward bends and twists.
  • THE POWER AND POTENCY OF ESSENTIAL OILS: Essential oils have grown in popularity, but did you know that you can use these plant essences to experience relief from your holiday-related stress? Elena will share her favorite oils and how to use them in your everyday life to find a little bit of serenity.
  • MEDITATE: Science has proven that the practice of meditation helps you spend time in a state of conscious rest, ushering your body into its inherent state of calibration and ease. Each time you sit, your practice dissolves stress bit by bit, and helps your body release tension and discomfort, both at the surface and deep within your cells.

For more information, please visit: www.doterra.com

 

MORE ABOUT ELENA BROWER:

Elena Brower is a renowned author, teacher, and speaker. She wrote Art of Attention, an artful yoga workbook now translated into six languages, and is the creator of Teach. Yoga, a virtual home for yoga teachers worldwide. Her newest book, Practice You, was released in September 2017 and is already a worldwide bestselling journal.

 

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