Indigo Teen Dreams CD/audiobook is designed to introduce teens to relaxation and stress management meditation techniques while receiving guided instructions on the research-based techniques of breathing, visualizations, progressive muscle relaxation, and affirmations. Shorter tracks make this ideal for teenagers. The techniques are accompanied by soothing, uplifting music to further enhance your teenager’s relaxation experience.
Indigo Teen Dreams is a 60-minute audiobook that shows teens how to manage stress, anger, and anxiety while increasing self-esteem and improving sleep. Teens explore four relaxation and stress management techniques while receiving guided instructions on the techniques of breathing, visualizations, progressive muscle relaxation, and affirmations.
Each track is approximately 8 minutes. This straightforward, easy to follow approach encourages teens to take charge of their feelings and stress. This CD is great for teens in Middle School, High School, and even College. It is motivating, encouraging, and instructional at the same time. This album is also available as an mp3 download.
Male narration is accompanied by uplifting and relaxing music. An additional music-only soundtrack is provided to further enhance your teenager’s relaxation experience. The download can also be purchased with Indigo Dreams: Teen Relaxation Music, an all-instrumental 60-minute download where synthesizing beats merge with hang drum, guitar, didgeridoo, and sitar are aligned to decrease stress, anxiety, and anger.
Note to Parent:
The American Psychological Association reports that 86 percent of tweens and 74 percent of teens state that they are comfortable talking to their parents about the things that cause them stress. 1/3 of our teens feel stressed on a daily basis and the number one reason teens give for drug use is school stress. Teenagers want and need to learn to manage their emotions and stress. Give them the tools.
“I wrote these tracks after attending my daughter’s High School orientation. The principal announced that the next four years would be the most stressful years of my teen’s life! My husband handed me a note that said “what are they doing to help them manage the stress?” – Lori Lite, Founder of Stress Free Kids