Less stress, more meditation!

In our daily lives, we tend to accumulate stress without even being aware of it. Stress is commonly manifested in our behavior and health, so we need to self observe and learn to manage it better. This way, we keep stress levels low and affect our interpersonal relations positively. In this episode, we practice a yoga-inspired breathing exercise and focus our attention on body parts and internal organs where stress is stored.

Find a quiet place, put away your phone or any other distraction and concentrate on yourself. If you are driving or doing something that needs your attention, please download it and listen to it when it’s time to relax. Enjoy!

Written by Chryssa Kourenta, Joanna Bakratsa. Narrated by Joanna Bakratsa. Music by Chryssa Kourenta. Recorded at OpenStudio Post.

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