It also includes unique coping methods, such as voice-recorded mindfulness and relaxation exercises, or relaxing music.
After a full day of rest and relaxation, the Crazybox nightclub at The Waikiki EDITION is the nightlife spot on the island.
Everything is meant to be utilitarian and efficient, at the expense of relaxation or comfort.
After working up a sweat, the “Erotic Pleasure Palace” offers a moment of relaxation.
This coastal town nestled in the middle of Vietnam is a great place to go for food and relaxation.
The relaxation of this effort is what causes the sense of refreshment that follows all healthy discharges.
There was no least relaxation in the stubborn lines of his face.
Thus we toiled for eight weary weeks without rest, except as the Sabbath—the blessed day of rest—gave us some relaxation.
Tea should never be drunk hot at any time, as it tends still more to produce that relaxation which ought to be carefully avoided.
Bathing and swimming supply, in their nu merous forms, examples of both healthful activity and relaxation.
late 14c., "rupture; mid-15c., "remission of a burden or penalty," from Old French relaxacion (14c.) and directly from Latin relaxationem (nominative relaxatio) "an easing, mitigation, relaxation," noun of action from past participle stem of relaxare (see relax). Meaning "relief from hard work or ordinary cares" is from 1540s.
relaxation re·lax·a·tion (rē'lāk-sā'shən)
The act of relaxing or the state of being relaxed.
Refreshment of body or mind.
A loosening or slackening.
The lengthening of inactive muscle or muscle fibers.