The Relaxation Room
The Relaxation Room is a self-paced environment designed to help students explore various resources for improving their emotional and physical health. The Relaxation Room currently features audio and video instruction on a variety of topics. Most of this material is experiential to enable one to follow along and practice the skills as they are being discussed or demonstrated. In addition, students can learn to use a biofeedback computer program for stress relief or unwind in a state-of-the-art
The Relaxation Room currently contains the following audio and video resource topics:
Intended to emulate the motions and techniques of an actual masseuse, the goal of the massage chair is to relieve stress, tension, and alleviate back pain as well as increase circulation which promotes healing. The massage chair has numerous preset patterns and programs. The massage chair nodes and rollers are designed to emulate fingers and hands. The massage chair automatically adjusts for the weight, height, and width of the user. As the user specifies, the massage chair massages from the neck down to the lower back with a tapping, rolling, or kneading motion.
The massage chair is designed to be like a Shiatsu and Swedish massage.
- Shiatsu 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 drop by the CTC office.