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"It’s great! There are so many animals and they’re really funny."
— Luca, age 6

"...provides an opportunity for children to place themselves within the calming, healing world of our inner energy by teaching them the power of their breath."
— Rabbi E. Goldberg, Founder and National Director, Kids Kicking Cancer

"We are using The Relaxation Station in our work. It is particularly calming and we find it very useful in conjunction with other therapies, especially sensory integration treatment."
— Nancy R. Kaufman, M.A., CCC/SLP, Director, Kaufman Children's Center for Speech, Language, Sensory-Motor, and Social Connections, Inc.

"In the sickle cell clinic, we use a variety of techniques to help children and their families manage their illness. The Relaxation Station teaches our patients to use breathing to cope with their pain and reduce their stress."
— Jocelyn McCrae, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Children’s Hospital of Michigan

"What a lovely program. As you know, much of my work focuses on reducing stress and anxiety. I am using The Relaxation Station to supplement the work that I do in relaxation and self-control with children and adults. It can be used in classrooms, at home, and in treatment programs for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. It’s so soothing and beautiful. Many, many thanks."
— Dr. June Groden, Director, Groden Center, Providence, R.I.

"Many of my students who cannot sit quietly for five minutes are completely captivated by this program. They just love the animals and the breathing exercises are very effective."
— Stacey Bortman,M.A., Educator, Autism Specialist

"Both patients and their families feel calmer and less worried after watching the program. Guided imagery and breathing techniques can be an important part of a sick child’s treatment plan."
— Anju Sawni, M.D., Pediatrician, Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Board Member Pediatric Integrative Medical Society

"I have been turning it on for nearly all of my patients, especially developmentally delayed children who are agitated or need gentle stimulation."
— Laura Morasset, R.N., Children’s Hospital of Michigan

"It’s great. What a wonderful project. I use my copy to drift off to sleep whenever I can."
— Paula Tutman, News Reporter, WDIV-TV

"I found it absolutely invaluable in working with one of my students who has several anxiety-related issues including school phobia. Although he was well versed in how to use breathing techniques to calm himself, he found it difficult to do at school until he watched and listened to the Relaxation Station. We have a number of challenging cases, including students who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders who will benefit from this film. The beautiful images, calming music and soothing voice helps young people to remember the process of physical relaxation. You have given me a most valuable tool to use to help my students to improve the quality of their lives."
— Susan J. Hopkins, M.A., LLP, School Psychologist, Redner Elementary School, Ypsilanti, MI


For more information, contact The Relaxation Station.