Therapeutic Relaxation Techniques

by Cathy Parkes December 20, 2021 Updated: January 08, 2022

Progressive Relaxation involves tightening and relaxing muscle groups. Guided Imagery helps a patient relax by visualizing detailed images. Meditation can improve health and well-being by helping an individual focus on a word or sensation.

Progressive Relaxation involves tightening and relaxing muscle groups.

Guided Imagery helps a patient relax by visualizing detailed images.

Meditation can improve health and well-being by helping an individual focus on a word or sensation.

To learn more about relaxation techniques, see our full article here!



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