Mindfulness & Stress Management | How to Relax in a Nutshell
Hello! I welcome you to my new course “Mindfulness & Stress Management | How to Relax in a Nutshell “!
Do you want to relax and calm down in an effective manner?- In this course you will learn how to do so! 🙂
The method used in this course is he well-tried progressive
muscle relaxation – a method that is easy to learn by anyone who is
interested to relax.
Research suggests the positive effects of progressive muscle
relaxation in terms of insomnia, depression, anxiety, high blood
pressure and more:
“It was shown that they are as
effective as pharmacological therapy in the short-term and in the
long- run even superior to pharmacotherapy.”
– Therapeutische Umschau (2014), 71, pp. 687-694
“This systematic review supported the positive effects
of relaxation interventions on depression and anxiety among older
– Aging Ment Health. 2015;19(12):1043-55.
“Mind-body practices have encouraging results for patients with cardiac disease.”
– Eur J Prev Cardiol. 2015 Nov;22(11):1385-98.
With the help of my experience teaching this programm to more than 1000 clients the result is this version of the progressive muscle relaxation with exercies for deep relaxation in a nutshell.
This course includes instructions with calming background music, PDF-files summarizing scientific research and free (!) MP3- files for individual usage.
You are very welcome to try it out! 🙂
If you have any questions: feel free to message me anytime! I am happy to answer you! 🙂
I am happy to see you in my course! 😉
Sincerly yours, Kevin
PS: Thank you very much Michelle Thompson to make that course possible!!
PSPS: Thanks to Erokia/JordanPowell – Sound Design Freesoundorg/people/Erokia/ (Commons Attribution 3.0)
The BODY SCAN is an exercise that is based on the old traditions of the far east. It is a mindfulness based exercise to calm the mind and to get in touch with be body in a relaxive manner. The goal is to connect the mind and the body with the help of that exercise.
The Basic Principles of the Muscle Groups of the Progressive Muscle Relaxation.
17 Muscle Groups of the Progressive Muscle Relaxation.
7 Muscle Groups of the Progressive Muscle Relaxation.
4 Muscle Groups of the Progressive Muscle Relaxation.