Sleep CD - To Get the Rest You Need
since I first started teaching and guiding
relaxation exercises over 30 years ago I
have been told my voice is soothing and
relaxing. Listening to this CD will show you
how this continues to the present day.
There are about 22 minutes of actual guided
relaxation here. Then there are 15 minutes
of quiet room tone to the end at 37 minutes.
Both in the hospital and at public
presentations people often comment, that
during the practice sessions they felt like
they could almost go to sleep listening
right there. Let me show you a way to relax
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NOT OPERATE ANY MACHINE MORE
COMPLICATED THAN AN ALARM CLOCK!
Stress Management Education
by Jon Seskevich
Everyone tells a patient and family, "Just
relax, don't worry." But it is hard to relax
when an unwanted health problem is present.
Also it is hard to not worry, when one is
waiting and not knowing. Let Jon show you
how. After sessions in the hospital many
families and patients have stated, "Anyone
can benefit from this!"
A 30 minute talk where Jon
shares stress, pain and illness management
tips and insights that have evolved from
research and thousands of patient
A 20 minute guided
progressive muscle relaxation. This script
can be combined with Jon's Guided Relaxation
with Touch Therapy. The muscles are not
tensed, which can be difficult when the body
is hurting or sore. There is a gentle
softening and relaxing throughout. This
relaxation can be useful with chronic pain,
sleep, or just simple relaxation.
Relaxation Skills with Jon Seskevich
Both sides of the tape feature Jon's
relaxing voice and gentle guidance in
A 20 minute guided imagery experience. Think
of a place you find relaxing. Some like
nature: an ocean scene, the mountains or
gardens. While others choose a fantasy happy
land. You can create any familiar
comfortable place you enjoy. Or create a
healing environment to restore your
A 20 minute breathing and phrase
concentration relaxation that encourages you
to select a thought or phrase that is
personally meaningful to you and silently
repeat it during the practice.