Tag Archive: Relaxation

STRESS CHALLENGE

Our high-tech digital world seems to give us an ever-growing volume of content. Each day we get hit with texts, email, news, and social media alerts. If folks aren’t surfing the web, they’re… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Do you enjoy sipping a couple of cocktails when you get home from work? Or savoring a cup of coffee after dinner? Unfortunately, these types of drinks can affect your sleep. Caffeine can… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Blow off steam today by taking a brisk walk or doing a quick strength-training workout. Even just 10 minutes can make you feel more energized and upbeat. Exercise can also help improve your… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Life gets hectic, especially during the work week. And that can make sticking to healthy habits a little harder. Weekends can give you a chance to catch up. It may be a great… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Taking a break from work every now and then can ease stress, boost your mood, and foster good health. So spend some time today planning your ideal vacation day. Resist the urge to… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

    Do you tend to work through your lunch break each day? Do you wolf down your food at your desk? Or do you run errands, catch up on texting, or spend… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Giving yourself a massage may be easier than you think. Take 10 to 20 minutes to gently grasp and knead and squeeze your shoulders. Grasp the back and sides of your neck and… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

We live in a noisy world. Loud neighbors, noisy kids or pets, blaring radios, TVs, traffic, construction, constant smart phone alerts… Too much noise can disrupt both your physical and mental health. It… Continue reading

RELAXATION RESPONSE: AUDIO LESSON

Relaxation Response is a series of simple steps that can relax your body, but keep your mind alert. These steps are common to many relaxation skills. Introduction to Relaxation Response Relaxation Response Lesson… Continue reading

AUTOGENIC TRAINING: AUDIO LESSON

Autogenic Training (AT) focuses on breathing, and on feelings of heaviness and warmth in the arms and legs. You practice AT by silently repeating certain phrases. You can think of these phrases as… Continue reading

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