Office Spa: Stress Relief for the Working Week

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Chronicle Books, 2002 - Self-Help - 96 pages
From the creator of the bestselling Office Yoga (150,000 copies sold) comes the ultimate guide to sanity and serenity in the workplace. Office Spa presents more than 50 fun, simple, stress-relieving ideas that help make a day at the office feel more like a day at the spa. Beat the mid-morning blahs with an invigorating herbal tea steam. Alleviate anxiety with a Hara Power tummy massage. Treat tired toes under the desk with relaxing reflexology. Author Darrin Zeer taps into the healing principles behind aromatherapy, acupressure, meditation, reflexology, and even feng shui, creating quick and effective pampering treatments that are easy enough to do on the commute, at the computer, or in the conference room. Brimming with playful illustrations by Frank Montagna, this delightful desktop reference offers a suite of soothing ideas to relax, refresh, and renew.
 

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Contents

Quick Help Guide
9
Introduction
10
The Five Golden Rules of the Office Spa
12
Mellow Monday
14
Tranquil Tuesday
30
Wise Wednesday
48
Thoughtful Thursday
62
Fulfilling Friday
78
Stress Survival Kits
92
Biographies
94
Acknowledgments
95
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Darrin Zeer spent seven years in Asia studying the Eastern arts of healing. He currently divides his time between California and Hawaii. A writer and consultant to corporations such as Pixar, Golden Door Spa, and Four Seasons Resorts, he specializes in helping people become more calm, balanced, and effective in their work and personal lives. He is the author of Office Yoga.

Frank Montagna is a Los Angeles-based freelance illustrator whose work has appeared in a variety of publications, including New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Cosmo Girl, Modern Bride, and Glamour Germany.

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