Dance to Relieve Stress

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Stress can be alleviated with many things, and one of them can be by dancing to slow music, with a tempo easy to follow. Allow yourself to feel the music, move your arms, and sway your body. Enjoy the movements as you stretch your arms, and your body to release all tension.

Pick a nice song, one that is not too fast nor too slow. One that has some movement that allows you to follow its tempo.
Wear something comfortable that will allow you to bend easily or sway to the music.
Dim the lights if possible, forget the problems that caused you the stress and only listen to the music and think nice thoughts.
Use stretching movements with your arms and slow bending exercises to release the stress of the day from all parts of your body. Slowly move to the music.
Take few deep breaths, smile, and forget everything exept the fact that you may trip.

Put on a song that you love to listen to. It should have some beats, movements, and changes in tempos, so you can change your motions.
Do this before you go to sleep, with soft lights, and slow music. Free your mind of all negativity. and you might just fall asleep faster.


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