relaxation therapy


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relaxation therapy

Term used to describe a variety of techniques used to induce relaxation.
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Scientifically proven to improve outcomes for cancer patients, integrative health plans include specialized nutrition and diet consultations, mind-body therapy, relaxation therapy, therapeutic art and yoga therapy sessions with a certified yoga therapist.
CVC Capital Partners ("CVC") announced today that CVC Asia IV has acquired a majority stake in Riraku, the largest budget relaxation therapy chain operator in Japan.
Fisher is "hooked" on meditation, and she has credited the relaxation therapy to help her de-stress, although she "never" goes to the gym.
2002 Apr;70[2]:288-98) in which 41 participants with GAD were assigned to CBT with relaxation therapy using standard progressive muscle relaxation techniques or to self-control desensitization.
Situated on one of the highest points of Tagaytay Highlands, The Spa and Lodge offers its members not only the best in accommodation with its 25 well appointed suites, but also the ultimate in relaxation therapy and beauty treatments.
Whether you are on a holiday or need a break from your hectic schedule, treat yourself to a relaxation therapy at Taqah Health Club & Spa at the Ramada Manama City Centre.
Waske claims she sought a massage for relaxation therapy because of substantial stiffness and soreness of her muscles and other tissues throughout her body as a result of her Lyme disease and a recent stem cell injection treatment for the disease.
former military, the group offers skills workshops including British Sign Language, cooking, design and more while therapy and life skills sessions include problematic anger workshops designed and led by Helen Wells, relaxation therapy, depression and anxiety workshops, counselling, hypnotherapy and peer support groups.
God knows I was in need of some relaxation therapy myself yesterday when the drama at the Australian Open unfolded.
Relaxation therapy is evidence-based, efficacious, non-invasive and cost-efficient.
Older people will really benefit because it keeps their minds and hands active and provides relaxation therapy.
It describes what causes them, the risks and benefits of hormone replacement and nonhormonal therapies, and the background and research on hypnotic relaxation therapy; how to measure hot flashes, identify triggers, assess sleep, and rate the interference of hot flashes with mood, relationships, and quality of life; and how to use hypnotic relaxation therapy, with audio sessions provided online.