Bubble Riding (Hardcover book)

A Relaxation Story, designed to help children increase creativity while lowering stress and anxiety levels
by Lori Lite • Illustrated by Max Stasuyk

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A Relaxation Story, designed to help children increase creativity while lowering stress and anxiety levels

by Lori Lite • Illustrated by Max Stasuyk

Children learn fun visualization techniques as they imagine filling and relaxing their bodies with the colors of the rainbow. A sea child and turtle take children on a bubble ride into the world of relaxation. Visualization, also known as creative imagery, can lower stress and anxiety levels. Visualizing is the ability to form a mental image of, or use your imagination.

This technique can have a positive impact on your child’s overall health, creativity, and performance. Creative imagery is also used to help patients heal faster with less pain. The colorful imagery in this story quiets the mind and relaxes the body so your child can manage stress, fall asleep peacefully, and so much more.

What others are saying about visualizations: Former American Psychological Association President Richard Suinn states research-based evidence that athletes have improved their performance with the use of relaxation and visualizing. Modern sports psychology is focused on psychological training that strengthen the mental skills that will help athletic performance. Those skills include stress management, self-regulation, visualization, goal setting, concentration, focus, even relaxation. –

Psychology Today Teaching children visualization and relaxation techniques has been a difficult feat until I began using books such as Bubble Riding and CDs such as Indigo Dreams. "This book has been integral in my treatment of anxiety related to sleep and overcoming other nighttime fears. It has also helped with school and social anxiety and pain management. This is exactly what I had been searching for since I began conducting psychotherapy with children." –Summer Sullivan, Ph.D.

DR. Makoto Shichida stated that visualization is a right brain function and is an important part of right brain training in young children to achieve balanced and happy children.

Visualizations and Creative Imagery can be used to: Improve Sleep Reduce Anxiety Manage Fears Reduce Stress Increase Creativity Improve Focus Set Goals Improve Health Manage Pain Enhance Sleep Balance Emotional Well-Being Improve Athletic Performance Improve Self-Regulation Increase Self-Esteem and Confidence Improve Social Skills Decrease Negative Thinking and Depression

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A Relaxation Story, designed to help children increase creativity while lowering stress and anxiety levels

by Lori Lite • Illustrated by Max Stasuyk

Children learn fun visualization techniques as they imagine filling and relaxing their bodies with the colors of the rainbow. A sea child and turtle take children on a bubble ride into the world of relaxation. Visualization, also known as creative imagery, can lower stress and anxiety levels. Visualizing is the ability to form a mental image of, or use your imagination.

This technique can have a positive impact on your child’s overall health, creativity, and performance. Creative imagery is also used to help patients heal faster with less pain. The colorful imagery in this story quiets the mind and relaxes the body so your child can manage stress, fall asleep peacefully, and so much more.

What others are saying about visualizations: Former American Psychological Association President Richard Suinn states research-based evidence that athletes have improved their performance with the use of relaxation and visualizing. Modern sports psychology is focused on psychological training that strengthen the mental skills that will help athletic performance. Those skills include stress management, self-regulation, visualization, goal setting, concentration, focus, even relaxation. –

Psychology Today Teaching children visualization and relaxation techniques has been a difficult feat until I began using books such as Bubble Riding and CDs such as Indigo Dreams. "This book has been integral in my treatment of anxiety related to sleep and overcoming other nighttime fears. It has also helped with school and social anxiety and pain management. This is exactly what I had been searching for since I began conducting psychotherapy with children." –Summer Sullivan, Ph.D.

DR. Makoto Shichida stated that visualization is a right brain function and is an important part of right brain training in young children to achieve balanced and happy children.

Visualizations and Creative Imagery can be used to: Improve Sleep Reduce Anxiety Manage Fears Reduce Stress Increase Creativity Improve Focus Set Goals Improve Health Manage Pain Enhance Sleep Balance Emotional Well-Being Improve Athletic Performance Improve Self-Regulation Increase Self-Esteem and Confidence Improve Social Skills Decrease Negative Thinking and Depression

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