Close your eyes. Still your mind and focus on yourself. It's not easy with so many stressors in our lives, but you can have a little slice of heaven in your own home by creating a tranquil space.
“Life is challenging in the 21st century. We multitask and are on call 24/7, tied to our computers and smartphones,” says Christel Autuori, a longtime Ridgefield resident, yoga instructor, and director of the Institute for Holistic Health Studies at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, emphasizing the need for a serene space to rest, regroup and reset. “Having a designated space provides a safe haven, an oasis of peace and serenity to stop and catch our breath, and clear our heads before returning to the rest of life.”