survivor Posted March 30, 2008 Share Posted March 30, 2008 About.com's tips on relaxtion (McMaster University's which I use a lot. It is guided deep breathing, muscle relaxation, autogenic training, and guided imagery) Hypnotherapy Audio Tracks (I only use "The Gift of Relaxation"...it's not actually hypnotherapy, rather deep guided relaxation. I usually add it on in front of other ones ---- I mix and match all of mine for daytime or bedtime relaxation intentions). * Healthy Living To Go Audio Library by Kaiser (A big name in the medical/hospital community). I really like some of theirs. I use some of the ones under "Relieve Stress" and "Healthful Sleep". Serenity at UMB Relaxation CD University of Massachusetts -- Boston. I have them all downloaded but I think I only use one or two of them as they are more yoga stuff versus "just lying there" stuff. Relaxation Exercises (MP3 audio) University of Wisconsin - Madison. I have these downloaded, but I don't believe that I use them. At least not on a regular basis. Sleep Wellness Page Tufts University, which has links to other sites of free downloadable relaxation stuff. Some may already be mentioned above. But there are others, many of which I really like. I believe it's the Liverpool University that you can't access unless you are a student there. But the other ones are available to the public. They include MIT (I think I use their Guided Imagery), University of Mary Washington, Western Washington University, Indiana University, University of Liverpool, University of Texas (I know I use some of theirs), University of North Carolina, and Hobart and William Smith Colleges (I know I use some of theirs). Online Relaxation Exercises I don't use this as it is not downloadable and is something that you play on your computer while you are online. And because we have a dial up connection, I've never listened to them because it would be too slow. But there might be something in there helpful for you if you have high speed. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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