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Make Relaxation Part of Your Summer Vacation

09 Jul
Belleruth is on her way to Martha’s Vineyard for the summer. This week’s update is presented by the staff of Health Journeys.

Summer is here and the time is ripe to head off for another great vacation. To help ease the challenges of summer travel, we offer these guided imagery resources to make sure you return calmed and rejuvenated.


 No matter what your vacation plan, we have created ways to bring imagery on your trip. Our Car Travel Pack will promote peace, support, safety and sanity. For those behind the wheel, Sylvia Boorstein’s Road Sage CD guides you to mindful peace, in spite of any provocation.

Our Travel Kit for Kids is just the thing to make long trips more pleasurable for the little ones, and those who travel with them. Shambala Kids Relaxed & In Control or Betty Mehling’s CD, Magic Island: Relaxation for Kids, can help children to relieve stress and enhance feelings of well-being.

Our Teen Travel Pack is the perfect antidote for travel-related stress, restlessness and boredom. Along with their favorite music for a trip, they can add Bodhipaksa’s Mindfulness Meditations for Teens CD or Mellisa Dormoy’s Shambala Stress Management for Teens.


Minimize the fear and frustration of flying with our Plane Travel Pack. BR's Relaxation & Wellness imagery can create a calm, peaceful and uplifting feeling. Fly Without Fear, by KRS Edstrom, combines guided imagery and body awareness to gently relax the merely worried and skillfully desensitize the terrified.

Whether you decide to hit the road, hop a flight or head for the beach; relaxation can and should be one of the important rewards from your getaway.

Enjoy your Summer,

The Health Journeys Staff

Belleruth Naparstek

Psychotherapist, author and guided imagery pioneer Belleruth Naparstek is the creator of the popular Health Journeys guided imagery audio series. Her latest book on imagery and posttraumatic stress, Invisible Heroes: Survivors of Trauma and How They Heal (Bantam Dell), won the Spirituality & Health Top 50 Books Award