Let go and relax by taking some of our specialized guided meditations created by experienced teachers. A journey from the external to the internal; we gently guide your awareness from the beautiful outer visual environment to calm inner meditative states. Select from Breath Awareness, or Deep Relaxation (Yoga Nidra) in male or female voices. Select from any of our 20 min journeys.
Let the fresh scents of our pure essential oil blends transport you in a way like never before. Savor the woodsy smell of forests in New Zealand, the enchanting aroma of the Egyptian Red Sea, the sweet flower fields in Germany, and more. Relax VR's pioneering treatment uses a patent-pending device to offer pure essential-oil blends uniquely crafted for each of its virtual landscapes.
From the beaches of the Seychelles to the Great Ocean Road in south east Australia, experience the beautiful natural environments of the world's most serene locations. Watch the ripples created by a soft breeze. Hear the waves gently lapping on the seashore. Select from high quality videos of 14 real-world locations from around the world, including beaches, forests, rivers, waterfalls, flower fields, the northern lights, underwater, and above the clouds.
Binaural Beat Music
Tune in and let go to the soft resonant tunes of binaural beat music. Gentle notes of calming ambient music interlaced with steady binaural beats will accompany your visual experience. Whether you're lying at the beach, taking in the sounds of the forest, or flying above the clouds, our music will elevate your experience to the sublime. Select from 9 high quality tracks.
Research has already demonstrated the effectiveness of VR to treat stress and anxiety disorders. A large number of studies have already shown that VR-based interventions have greater efficacy and efficiency than traditional relaxation techniques.
Virtual reality is not a new technology and has over 2 decades of research supporting its high clinical efficacy. It has been established as a powerful tool for the assessment, study and treatment of various mental health and behavioral issues.
Controlled studies have shown that virtual reality may evoke the same reactions, thoughts and emotions as experiences in a real-world situation. This is due its ability to induce a high level of presence or the illusion of “being there” within the simulated scenario.
A Sample Of Our Journeys
Above The Clouds
Free yourself from the worries of every day life. Waft through beautiful white clouds.
See the dazzling aurora borealis (northern lights) as if you were really there. Underneath a vast and beautiful starry sky.
Gaze over a beautiful vast ocean at the 12 Apostles, Australia. See the waves as they gently move towards the limestone cliffs, far in the distance below.
Surround yourself with lush, sun-dappled forests with gently flowing streams.
Where would you go
if you knew there were no limits?
Conclusions: Those findings show the efficacy and viability of using Relax VR as a method to reduce the negative emotions in cardiac patients.
Conclusion: The results of the study showed that through the use of Relax VR with the therapeutic narrative:
• Pain tolerance increased significantly (85.35%)
• Levels of enjoyment increased during the painful procedure
• Participants felt as if time went by more quickly (faster time perception)
Anxiety and Stress
Conclusions: Natural scene VR provided relaxation both objectively and subjectively, and scene preference had a significant effect on mood and perception of scene quality. VR may enable relaxation for people living in isolated confined environments, particularly when matched to personal preferences.
Relaxation Stress Reduction
Conclustion: Audio-Visual Brainwave Entrainment (ABE) associated with Dr. Kelly Miller’s “Saving your Brain” therapeutic approach positively affected Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG) Analysis and Cognitive and Emotional Checklist Assessment.
Manage Stress and Discomfort in ICU
Conclusion: The main results of the study showed: • Reduced levels of anxiety and depression • Patients considered Relax VR comfortable, enjoyable, and helped them better manage their pain. The study showed that Relax VR can be easily implemented in an ICU and is well-received by the participants.
Conclusion: For patients undergoing minor gynecological procedures, the VR intervention brought about a significant reduction in pre-operative anxiety. This finding may be clinically important to benefit patients with high pre-operative anxiety without the use of anxiolytics.