March 11

Relaxing on the Beach

Close your eyes, be very still and imagine you are lying down on the beach.  Feel the warm sand underneath your body.  You can hear the waves of the sea.  Now very gently you are going to relax each part of your body.  Start  with your feet, let your toes completely relax and become soft. Let this feeling spread gently through your  feet.  Now squeeze your legs and gently let them go.  Feel all the tension in your legs being released as they become relaxed and soft.  Squeeze the muscles in your tummy and let go completely.  Stretch your back as long as you can and relax.  Can you feel your back sinking into the sand?  Now let your shoulders and neck become soft, as all the tension melts away.  Squeeze your arms as tight as you can and let them go. Allow your arms to feel heavy as they sink into the sand.  Squeeze your fingers into a tight fist, and now uncurl them slowly and rest them on the golden sand.  Scrunch your face into a tiny ball and let go and relax.  Let your head completely relax: relax your eyes, your ears, your cheeks, your forehead.  Become completely still and relaxed.  Feel the warm sun on your face and body as you sink further into the powdery sand.   Stay there for a few more moments, enjoying the feeling of being completely relaxed. Extract from NATURE CD Please pass it on and tell all your friends If you have found this blog helpful please pass it on to your friends, colleagues, schools and nurseries and help us help more families and schools.

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