3. Begin to think of each part of your body in turn.
4. Start with your toes and check they are relaxed and comfortable.
Allow them to feel heavy, and free of any tension.
5. Now think about your legs and allow your thighs to relax and roll outwards.
6. Next, let your tummy muscles become soft and relaxed.
7. Think about your fingers and let them become limp and still.
Allow this feeling of relaxation to spread up your arms to your shoulders.
8. Let your shoulders relax and drop easily.
9. Let your neck muscles relax. Your head is resting and supported.
Enjoy this feeling of relaxation.
10. Allow your face and expression to relax; make sure your teeth are not
clenched and let your jaw rest in a relaxed position.
11. Now, as your body feels relaxed, become aware of the all-over sensation
of letting go, of quiet, calm and resting. Enjoy this feeling of relaxation. If you
find your mind becoming busy again, check where your muscles have tensed
and then relax them.
12. Gently bring your attention back to the room that you’re in. Have a gentle stretch and open your eyes. Remember to get up slowly once you’ve finished.