Q: Do the relaxation groups involve meditation?

A: Yes, sometimes there is a time for meditation. During the relaxation groups, I might do some guided imagery, which involves describing relaxing scenes or healing images. After the guided imagery I often allow for some quiet time, which could be called meditation. This meditative quiet time can be spiritually uplifting or just peaceful and calming. It depends on what each person wants out of the session. The relaxation groups will vary each week, and may include gentle stretching, muscle relaxation techniques, biofeedback, guided imagery, music, deep breathing, and other techniques that promote relaxation and a sense of well-being.

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