"The bathroom became the place where I could just 'go with the flow', so to speak, be still and pause, for just a moment, bringing myself back to balance," says Chris.
Essentially the bathroom break operates as a quick meditation. It is not meditation in the way that many people regard the concept. But Chris says that meditation can just be about being mindful and being in the moment.
"If we do this every time we go to the toilet, we really will change the energy of our day and ultimately our lives and the world. So the saying that I use is: Be while you pee."
"So many people just run on adrenalin. My passion is to help those I work with to be in a place of balance. I love to share simple tools that can make such a difference when people use them," she says.
"It all comes back to meditation," she adds, "and creating that stillness within you."