Bubble Riding: A Relaxation Story

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Stress Free Kids, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 37 pages
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Children love to visualize, or imagine, filling their bodies with the colors of the rainbow. Children join the sea child and turtle as they take a bubble ride into the world of relaxation. Visualization, also known as “creative imagery”, can lower stress and anxiety levels. It can have a positive impact on your child's health, creativity, and performance. It can be used to decrease pain and anger. The colorful imagery in this story quiets the mind and relaxes the body so your child can manage stress and fall asleep peacefully. This is one of four stories featured on the Indigo Ocean Dreams CD ISBN 0970863365.

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I worked as a Professional Mentor to two children who needed extra support during the summer while both parents were working. I read Bubble Riding many nights to the children. Bubble Riding became ... Read full review

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Lori Lite began creating stories to insure her own children's strong state of mind and peaceful sleep. Her own experiences with stress and anxiety ailments sent her searching for techniques that people could utilize in their everyday lives. Ms. Lite's books, CDs and curriculums are considered a resource for psychologists, therapists, child life specialists, teachers, and yoga instructors. Her Indigo Dreams audio book/CD series has been awarded the CNE Award of Excellence. Ms. Lite has been interviewed and written articles for several media outlets, including: ABC Radio; CBS News; Prevention Magazine; USA Today; Web MD; Stress Free Living; Mind, Body, and Soul; and Evolve Magazine. She has also been featured in several publications which include Parents Guide New York and Atlanta Parent Magazine. Lori Lite's love of the ocean and her family inspired her to create Affirmation Weaver, Angry Octopus, Bubble riding, and Sea Otter Cove.Books, CDs, curriculums, and other products designed to empower children, teens, and adults are available at www.LiteBooks.net.

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