Autogenic Relaxation Audio Recording

Autogenic Relaxation Audio Recording

Welcome to our Autogenic Relaxation Audio Recording!

As we wrote in our Mind your Own Mindfulness Part II article, Autogenic Relaxation (or Training) is a method of mindful meditation, which invites you to imagine that various parts of your body, in succession, are feeling heavy, warm, and relaxed. Autogenic Relaxation was developed in the 1930’s by Johannes Heinrich Schultz. He realized that when people enter a state of hypnosis, they report feeling sensations of warmth and heaviness. Autogenic relaxation, in turn, aims to mimic these sensations, and also fosters a deeper connection between mind and body. A meta-analysis[i] (a research study which involves reviewing all of the existing studies on a subject matter) showed that the psychophysiological response elicited through autogenic relaxation can have an impact on both our psychological (mood and cognitive performance; anxiety and depression) and our physical (high blood pressure, headaches/migraines, sleep) health. Many people report immediate benefits from practicing autogenic relaxation, including feeling more in tough with their body, feeling refreshed and rested, and experiencing a sense of calm and relaxation.

Below, you can find our autogenic relaxation audio recording and begin practicing immediately!

 

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[i] Stetter, F. & Kupper, S. (2012). Autogenic training: A meta-analysis of clinical outcome studies. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 27(1), 45-98.

Author: Valentina Stoycheva

Dr. Stoycheva is the Co-Founder and Director of STEPS: Stress & Trauma Evaluation and Psychological Services, Long Island, NY (www.traumaprofessionals.com). STEPS is a group practice staffed with expert and dedicated clinicians, who strive to provide the highest quality trauma-informed and evidence-based treatment for all affected by stressful events and traumatic experiences. STEPS offers individual, as well as group and family therapy for adults and children of all ages who have been exposed to traumatic events, or love someone who is struggling to recover from a traumatic event.
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