Relaxation Therapy Barre VT

Local resource for relaxation therapy in Barre, VT. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to relaxation therapy, biofeedback therapy, relaxation therapists as well as information on relaxation training and content on relaxation.

Touch of Class
(802) 476-9480
316 S Barre Rd
Barre, VT
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Massage Practitioner

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Searle Spratt Brenda Theraputc Massge
(802) 223-8158
75 Quaker Rd
East Montpelier, VT
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Massage Practitioner

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Jerome Family Chiropractic
(802) 225-8958
338 River St
Montpelier, VT
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Massage Practitioner

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Onne Bob Acupressure Massage
(802) 229-4844
3 Three Mile Bridge Rd
Montpelier, VT
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Massage Practitioner

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Splash Naturals
(802) 223-7752
68 Main St
Montpelier, VT
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Massage Practitioner

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Fusion Studio
(802) 272-8923
136 N MAIN ST
Barre, VT
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Massage Practitioner

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Sandman Jan Trager Bodywork
(802) 229-4671
18 Pearl St
Montpelier, VT
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Massage Practitioner

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Massage Works
(802) 229-0903
100 State St
Montpelier, VT
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Massage Practitioner, Psychologist

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Portals Center For Healing
(802) 223-7678
28 School St
Montpelier, VT
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Massage Practitioner

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Mad River Massage
(802) 496-5638
5677 Main St
Waitsfield, VT
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Massage Practitioner, Physical Therapist

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Savasana � The Relaxation Pose

Relief of stress of both mind and body

Yoga is all about relaxing and connecting to your inner self. No wonder every Yoga session ends with the Savasana or corpse pose . This yoga posture relaxes the entire body, even your brain. The breathing slows and the heart rate returns to normal. By taking to rest in Savasana it is a signal to the body to begin the process of letting go.

“Sava” means corpse and in the pose we are supposed to relax our body as if there is no life in it. But this yoga pose is rejuvenatory – The Dying that Brings Life.

Savasana should be practiced slowly and never rushed. Else it loses its prime object. Here is how you should practice for maximum benefits:
Lie down on the floor on you back.
Keep apart you feet about 8-10 inches
Keep your hands on the sides away from your body, palm facing upwards and the fingers curled and relaxed.
Close your eyes gently.
Breathe in and out in slow and smooth flow. Imagine you inhalation to be like taking in energy and exhalation as releasing all stress and toxins.
Relax your body from tip to toe. Concentrate on each part of your body and relax it beginning from your brain and gradually moving down. Release any kind of tension you feel. Take care not to make unnecessary movements and adjustments.

Clear your mind of any kind of thoughts and concentrate on the breathing. Continue in this position for at least 5 minutes and if possible up to 30 minutes. Be aware that do not fall asleep whi...

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