How to find peace in everyday life is a lecture for those who yearn for a life with more energy and less stress. In the lecture, I talk about how to become better to unwind from a busy life.
You are presented with a number of tools to help create more peace.
How to find peace in everyday life is a lecture for those who live a life with a lot of stress.
For those who:
– needs a break from a busy everyday life.
– Lacks the tools to create more joy in everyday life.
The lecture is also for those who:
– Longs to live life on your terms.
– Lacks the tools to what it takes to thrive in a busy day.
– Want more energy to juggle several balls in the air.
– Longs for a life where there is room for work and family life.
About the lecture
Zoë Escher is best known as Japanese trained sushi chef and Denmark sushi expert no. 1st
The road to her success has seen various setbacks that have influenced her life and been the direct cause of her at the age of 42 years, more experience than most people do in a lifetime.
In the Eastern world, people focus on the whole person, where there should preferably be a balance between body, mind and spirit to be able to have inner balance.
Through the Japanese martial arts kendo, Zoë has learned the tools needed to be in the present and achieve inner peace and balance.
In this authentic and exciting lectures, the attendant gets an insight into the mindset it required to get a life in balance and harmony. Through Zoes personal experience from the martial arts kendo and Japanese approach to life, the attendant gets knowledge of how she constantly uses the tools to preserve the peace and balance in a world that is in constant change.
Would you like to:
Be more present
Make peace with the everyday bustle
Enjoy two hours of inspiring and interesting lecture that lets you experience many aha-moments and provides you with many tools.
When and where?
The lecture can be booked in request.
There are limited seats.
The course can also be held abroad. Are you interested in a lecture or have any questions, please feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org