April is Stress Awareness Month and Stress to Peace Lifestyle Expert and Author Kellye Davis Announces Meditation Tour

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The Bliss Principle trains your body and mind to adapt to stressful situations physically, emotionally and environmentally

Kellye Davis, nationally-known stress management and yoga lifestyle expert and leader, and author of The Bliss Principle: Easy Ways to Reduce Stress says it is possible to train your body and mind into adapting less harmful, more empowering, positive responses to everyday stress. Kicking off her meditation tour next month, Ms. Davis will be sharing her advice on how to implement a stress-to-peace lifestyle program through her proprietary Bliss Principle.

Everyone faces some level of stress in their day-to-day lives and some people handle stress better than others. Harvard researchers found that each year there are approximately 120,000 deaths in the U.S. related to excess stress and close to $190 billion is spent in healthcare costs as a result of exposures to harmful workplace conditions like working too many hours, job insecurity, not feeling things are fair and just. The workplace is not the only place where people feel stressed. Students are bombarded with stress during their college experience, from adjusting to college life to the social pressures and work responsibilities. A 2016 poll conducted by the American College Health Association found that 34.4% of college students reported that stress has negatively impacted their academic performance over the past 12 months.

With over a decade of experience as a lifestyle expert and yoga instructor, Davis has seen the physical and emotional toll of stress up close, from headaches and digestive problems to insomnia and anxiety. Davis’ antidote to stress is a simple yet effective program of deep breathing techniques, easy-to-master yoga postures, and lifestyle tools such as aromatherapy and healing recipes.

Davis will be holding free lectures and workshops on the topic of transforming stress to peace and will start with a learn to meditate 2018 meditation tour, being held throughout the NY Metro region in areas like Westchester County, Connecticut, New Jersey and Long Island. Citing a recent “Stress in America” survey by the American Psychological Association, in the 10-year history of the survey, results have shown the most significant increase in stress levels just over the last year.

“It doesn’t matter who you are or where you live, stress touches the lives of every human being and managing stress can be a big problem at certain times in people’s lives,” said Davis. “You don’t need to go to extremes and quit your job, or take an expensive vacation, to find inner peace. You can simply find this peace by simply following a Bliss Principle Program.”

To find out more about Kellye Davis and her meditation tour, please visit http://www.kellyedavis.com.

About Kellye Davis
An expert resource on topics related to meditation and stress management, Davis has over a decade of experience in helping individuals go from stress to peace by incorporating methods from The Bliss Principle. In her book The Bliss Principle – Easy Ways to Go from Stress to Peace, Davis offers and encourages balance and peace through methods that include meditation, yoga, “bliss” breathing techniques, recipes for calming foods, personal care tips, and environmental, and attitude reviews and makeovers.

Davis has appeared as a guest on a number of TV programs, including NBC’s Weekend Today Show, Fox Network, Discovery Network, WCBS News and more. She has hosted workshops for both large and small companies and organizations and has presented her methods to a number of colleges across the country.

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