Featured speaker @ Harvard University National Symposium for Holistic Arts Professionals
7 Super-Fast Ways to De-Stress at Work
Irina Gubenko, Aromatherapy Contributor and Author
Here’s a hard dose of reality: If you’re married to your job, it will inevitably drive you crazy. Yes, even if you’re head over heels in love with it. We know this all too well, which is why we’re always in search of ways to de-stress. The catch? We have no time to spend in a whole hour-long yoga class, which stresses us out more, which is why we’re here with the modern woman’s super-quick anxiety detox…
1. Trick your nervous system. “When we’re stressed out, our stomach muscles contract, creating tension in the abdominal area and throughout the body,” explains Irina Kushnir, an aromatherapy expert and health coach. “Chamomile and Ginger are soothing to the digestive system and grounding to emotions. Lavender, aka nerve tonic, is calming to the nervous system.”
2. Try a breathing exercise. Dr. Brian Ghessi, director of the Alive wellness center,recommends the following: Sit upright. Read More…
Irina was featured on the What’s Your Holistic Lifestyle radio show with Jonathan Colbert naturopath Dr.Nathan Rabb speaking about holistic aromatherapy approaches.
What is holistic Aromatherapy and Consultation?
Good News Planet broadcasting interviews advisory board members at the opening night of Holistic Chamber of Commerce NYC sharing about therapeutic qualities of Young Living Essential Oils & wellness tips.
Special guest appearance on the TV Talk Show: Soulmate Love. Topics: Self-love, Sensuality, Aromatherapy:
Soulmate Talk: Aromatherapy, Attraction, and Love Relationships (Part 1)
Soulmate Talk: Aromatherapy, Attraction, and Love Relationships (Part 2)
Health and Wellness Lifestyle: Reawakening to Intimacy with Aromatherapy
Essential Oils for Relaxation and Restful Sleep
Fragrance in Wellness: Living Life of Purity, Joy, and Balance
Interview with Holistic Aromatherapist Irina Gubenko (Goloka Wellness NYC)
Vibrant Living with Aromatherapy
How to Make Your Own Natural Allergy Relief