The Children’s Hospital of Michigan has developed
a new innovative video to help children relax.
The Relaxation Station combines spectacular scenes of wildlife, gentle music and simple exercises in relaxation to teach children the basic techniques of breathing, imagination and meditation — skills that they can use for the rest of their lives.
Children with special needs including Autism, ADD, ADHD and Childhood Stress are a growing concern in America today and studies have shown that relaxation techniques can help reduce the stress associated with these conditions.
Produced by Academy Award winning Sue Marx Films in association with the Children’s Hospital of Michigan and filmed by internationally acclaimed wildlife videographer Daniel Zatz, The Relaxation Station is the first of its kind to be used in a pediatric hospital setting. Watch a clip of the video here.