Mindful Stress Reduction Practices - DVD

The DVD presents various mindful stress reduction techniques such as breathing exercises, meditation practices, stretching techniques, and meditative movement routines, all designed to lower stress levels, reduce built up muscle tension, and help elicit the relaxation response.

Participants completing this workshop will be able to:

  1. Cite various effects of stress on the nervous system and how to alleviate symptoms through mindful stress reduction practices.

  2. Describe various therapeutic breathing techniques that may reduce heart rate and blood pressure and elicit the relaxation response.

  3. Describe the purpose of proper postural alignment in mindfulness and meditation practices.

  4. Demonstrate simple meditative movement exercises as methods to elicit the relaxation response.

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Instructor K. Howard
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