Books for children and those who care for them
Did you know 75 percent of Americans suffer stress at least every two weeks?
That's major stress: that figure doesn't include everyday tension from traffic, too little sleep, too much work, and the nagging concerns about kids, partners, and budgets.
If you're researching a story on easy, economical ways to cope with physical and emotional tension, consider Mudras: Ancient Gestures to Ease Modern Stress by Emily Fuller Williams or the companion Mudra Pocket Cards.
The carefully-illustrated step-by-step guide can be used by all of us, adults and children. A mudra can be learned in a minute and it can relieve tension in as little as five minutes. The pocket cards are even easier to use: sized to fit into a business card case, they can be used wherever we are: behind the wheel, behind the desk, at the kitchen counter or on a walk. Post one on your bathroom mirror or tape your favorites to the back of your cell phone.
For more information on this "hand yoga" and how it can help your readers, listeners—and you—click through this online media kit. Then send us an e-mail or give us a call and we'll connect you with Williams, a massage therapist who expanded her practice with mudras several years ago.