Relaxing the mind body and soul

What does it feel like to relax? Is there time to relax?

We might not feel like we have time to rest, or even remember how to relax. We might find ourselves not wanting to let a guard down to relax, in case we need to be ready to go at a moment’s notice. Difficult situations with high stress can lead to the mind and body remaining over-activated, without moments of needed rest.


Bring stillness to the body with gentle movement.
Relaxing the mind, body and soul


Experience compassion for your body as you rest.
Relaxing the mind, body and soul


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Create a connection to a quiet moment.
Relaxing the mind, body and soul

This program may require physical exertion, may be strenuous and may cause or aggravate physical injury. Manitoba Blue Cross recommends that you consult a physician before engaging in or otherwise using this content.

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