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  1. Progressive Muscle Relaxation- Mark Rice, State University of New York, Oneonta ( Read More, 11:13 Mins, 12.8MB)
  2. Progressive Muscle Relaxation - Karin Thompson, PhD; Karen Hubbard, PhD; C. Laurel Franklin, PhD, Veterans Administration, South Central MIRECC ( Read More, 18:08 Mins, 16.9MB)
  3. Relax Those Muscles - Campus Health Services, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ( Read More, 19:57, 18.2MB)
  4. Progressive Muscle Relaxation Exercises - Andrea Bardack, University of Southern California ( Read More, 10:58 Mins, 12.6MB)
  5. Toe to Head - McKinley Health Center, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ( Read More, 11:11 Mins, 10.2MB)
  6. Progressive Relaxation Exercise - Dr. Steve Sprinkle, University of San Diego ( Read More, 8:47 Mins, 8.05MB)
  7. Muscle Relaxation - University of Mary Washington ( Read More, 16:01 Mins, 14.6MB)
  8. Brief Muscle Relaxation - University of Wisconsin-Madison ( Read More, 16:01 Mins, 2.48MB)
  9. PMR for Rejuvenation - Dr. Nandini Talwar, Tufts University ( Read More, 10:30 Mins, 9.6MB)

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