The Relaxation Room is designed to help students improve their emotional and physical health. The Relaxation Room currently features audio and video instruction on a variety of topics such as relaxation and meditation. Most of this material is interactive to allow students to follow along and practice the skills as they are being discussed or demonstrated. Students can also learn to use a biofeedback computer program for stress relief or unwind in a state of the art massage chair.
Audio and Video Resources
The Relaxation Room currently contains the following audio and video resource topics:
- Health and well-being
- Breathing exercises
- Guided imagery
- Sleep issues
- Muscle relaxation
- Relaxation imagery and relaxation sounds
- Body image
- Support with substance abuse
- Relaxation support to ease pain
Intended to emulate the motions and techniques of an actual massage, the goal of the massage chair is to relieve stress and tension, alleviate back pain and increase circulation which promotes healing. The massage chair formulates a personalized massage for each user by adjusting to the user’s weight, height and width.
The massage chair is designed to function like a Shiatsu and Swedish massage. Below is a guide of what to expect from the massage chair features.
What is Shiatsu or Swedish massage?
- Shiatsu massage uses pressing, sweeping, patting, rolling and rotating movements. The defining characteristic of shiatsu is its focus on releasing tension in specific locations of the body.
- Swedish massage is characteristic of long gliding strokes and kneading motions. This type of massage is aimed at fostering proper and strong circulation.
To reserve the Relaxation Room, call the Counseling and Testing Center at 404-413-1640 or come to the Counseling and Testing Center at 75 Piedmont N. E., Suite 200A (Citizen’s Trust Building).