Overland Park, KS (PRWEB) July 11, 2006
Curious Dreams, an innovative animation and graphic design company announced that it is offering a new, artistic solution for people looking for an easy, drug-free way to find relief from the stress of today's hectic life. The company's newly released DVD "Tarriance" (to linger in expectation) is a visual journey into color, shape and movement.
The idea behind the company's new DVD is to introduce participants to a form of visual art that teases both the body's and mind's eye. The fluid and intricate movement of the animation compels the participant to focus, slow down and become part of the visual experience. Combined with the viewer's own choice of music, the DVD's animation has had an unusually powerful effect on those who have used it for both relaxation and meditation. Moving pictures of a fish tank this DVD is not!
According to a report sponsored by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, as much as 90 percent of illness and disease can in some way be related to stress, Stress and anxiety have been associated with everything from heart attacks to suppressed immune systems. The search for an easy means of relief is not new, but it is certainly an ongoing search for almost everyone. Curious Dreams' new DVD, Tarriance, just might find its way into being a tool used by many looking for that simple, affordable and easy alternative that they use at the end of the day or with friends on the weekend.
Working with her husband in developing this unique DVD, Beverley Herrick says, "I didn't realize at first how much our DVD would provide us our own personal relaxation. After viewing this DVD time and time again, I am still fascinated by the colors and depth of its flowing movement."
"We wanted to create an artistic visual aid for the average person when he or she is looking for a way to relax or enter into meditation. It's also a great way to add an artistic ambiance to just about any surrounding, at home or the office." says Roch Herrick, co-creator of the Tarriance DVD.
Roch and Beverley Herrick are graphics designers whose work has been used by prominent clients throughout the US. Their newest clients, buyers of the Tarriance DVD, profess keen enthusiasm for the product. Whether a means to relaxation or turning the new flat-screen TV into a moving piece of contemporary art, the affordable $19.95 DVD promises to be a great addition to the DVD library in everyone's home.
For more information, visit http://www.curiousdreams.com.