Releasing stress through nature
As business owners, we have a lot going on in our lives – including work, family, and staying connected with ourselves. So you probably find it hard to de-stress at times.
Do you ever feel overwhelmed and short-tempered?
Do you ever feel lost and unable to connect with what you want – let alone ask for it?
And are you too caught up in your thoughts and headspace – meaning you’re not listening to your inner goddess for answers?
In today’s episode, I’m chatting with Brenda Rogers from Quintessence Women’s Health and discussing ways to step out of the busyness of our lives and into nature.
The Australian bush is a big part of our nation’s identity – and it’s been on the forefront of our minds recently with the tragic bushfire crisis. So it feels fitting to talk about the notion of bush bathing today and the importance of strengthening our connection with our beautiful natural surroundings.
I recommend listening to this episode outside in the fresh air – whether it’s in the bush, a local park, or even your own backyard.
So let’s take a deep breath of fresh air – and immerse ourselves in today’s episode.
ABOUT BRENDA ROGERS
Brenda is the founder of Quintessence Women’s Health and principal practitioner and coach. She uses her background in naturopathic medicine and corporate training to add soul to health consulting and training, aiming to inspire people to live a vibrantly healthy life.
Her vast experience in natural medicine, professional speaking, personal development, energetic healing, and adult learning methods gives her an edge when it comes to facilitating change in adults.
Brenda’s passion is to share her wisdom in a fun and engaging way, empower others to live a passionate and purposeful life, and transform the health of the planet.
She does this through transformational clinical work that begins with treating health complaints; personal empowerment programs, regular seminars, workshops and events; corporate health training and public presentations.
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