Spend 10 minutes on your breathingBreath in through your nose and imagine you are filling a ballon in your stomach and breathe out through your mouth.
Roll a Tennis Ball under your feet
Gently roll a ball under your arches, stopping to apply more pressure when you find a tender spot.
Take a Laugh Break
Working for hours at a time can be hard, and to help relax all we need to do is laugh, so watch a short video on Youtube or read a comic or whatever makes you laugh.
Ride on the Hogwarts ExpressTake a (virtual) ride on the Hogwarts Express, courtesy of Universal studios. You won’t even have to face any Dementors!
Girls Like That Live
Girls Like That is an ensemble play exploring the pressures on young people today in the wake of advancing technology.
King Lear Live
This version of King Lear was created specifically for younger audiences and played in schools across England.
Macbeth Live from the GlobeWatch Macbeth, created especially for young people, filmed from Shakespeare’s most famous stage, the Globe Theatre.
Cirque du Soleil Live
Stream this playlist of 1 hour specials of recorded shows from Cirque du Soleil.
Have a relaxing hot drink
Sometimes something small, like a hot drink, specifically the smells of a hot drink, can reduce stress levels.
Say your ABC’s backward
Saying the alphabet backwards to yourself can temporarily shift your focus and help you relax.
Body Scan Relaxation
Use these quick exercises from Newport Academy to relax your body and calm your mind.
Watch members of the Berliner Philharmoniker along with dancers perform The Toy Box. Free sign up required to watch