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How To Use Guided Imagery For Relaxation
Guided imagery is a convenient and simple relaxation technique that can help you quickly and easily manage stress and reduce tension in your body.
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How To Reduce Tension with Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) is a great technique for reducing overall body tension.
Three-Part Breath – Dirga Pranayama
This pranayama exercise is often done while seated in a comfortable, cross-legged position, but it is also nice to do while lying on the back, particularly at the beginning of your practice.
Meditation 101 - Free Online Newsletter Course
How often have you thought about making meditation a daily practice but have never been able to get started? Perhaps you've tried meditation and found it too difficult of a practice to maintain on a regular basis. This nine day ecourse on meditation is meant to help you streamline the process.
The Benefits of Meditation for Stress Management
Meditation affects the body in exactly the opposite ways that stress does, restoring the body to a calm state, helping the body to repair itself, and preventing new damage due to the physical effects of stress.
How To Reduce Stress With Karate Breathing Meditation
This simple Karate meditation is fast, but powerful. It combines breathing, which has been shown to have significant effects on the mind, the body and one’s moods, with simple meditation, to help you become more physically relaxed and mentally centered.
Meditation - It's Not What You Think
Meditation is best thought of as a way of being, rather than a technique or a collection of techniques.
Guided Imagery Techniques for Head and Neck Tension
Researchers have shown that guided imagery is an effective tool for the management of chronic tension-type headaches. Guided imagery and other simple techniques can also be used to relax tension in the face, jaw, shoulders and neck.