Zealous about zen? Discover your peace of mind in Bratislava.

American Talley Sjoberg Varney takes us into her ‘potions room’ to explain why aromatherapy matters.

American aromatherapist Talley Sjoberg Varney chats with us on this week's episode of Spectacular Slovakia.American aromatherapist Talley Sjoberg Varney chats with us on this week's episode of Spectacular Slovakia.(Source: Pixabay)

Jasmine, yoga and all things zen: these are a few of Talley Sjoberg Varney's favourite things. An inhabitant of Slovakia for seven years now, the American aromatherapist and counselor is no stranger to Bratislava or the popular practices of yoga, mindfulness and aromatherapy.

On this week's episode, Talley helps us escape the occasional stress and chaos of our everyday lives by taking us into her ‘potions room’ to explain why aromatherapy is beneficial for our physical and mental health. Talley also has plenty of recommendations for where listeners of all shapes and sizes can go to try hot yoga and calming meditation in Bratislava.

For bold animal lovers, a form of goat yoga in Slovakia could even be an option. If you are zealous about zen, be sure to give this podcast a listen.

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