Take a trip through your body
You are about to embark on a journey through your body, using your heartbeat as the vehicle. It is a way of relaxing and taking time-out for the sake of your body's wellbeing. Before you press "go," make some space for you to lie down (put a blanket on the floor if it is too hard!), take your shoes off and make sure your speakers are on. You might want to do this a few times to experience it to the maximum.
This is only a demonstration, so that you are enabled to do it by yourself whenever you need a break.
It is 500 KB and lasts 4 minutes (and 12 seconds). It is in Streaming RealAudio (Version G2 or higher) - so you won't have to wait for it to download. If you need to, you can download RealPlayer for free.
Begin your journey now - GO!
Take a trip through nature
Sit back, relax, and enjoy listening to classical music and looking at nature photographs. Best viewed with the Macromedia Flash plug-in (although not required) and with a wavetable soundcard (or you can download an emulator, like WinGroove).
Please choose your "cyber" vacation:
Photo Goo Time!
You may also relieve some of that extra stress by playing around with some photographs. Choose the photo below that you would like to "goo":
All background music on the following pages are MIDI files of classical music pieces. These compositions are old classics; the composers have long since past and thus these pieces should not affect them economically as copyright laws protect the original composers. The web sites from which they were downloaded believe that they are not copyrighted by their respective authors. We apologize in advance if any of these music pieces are yours and you do not wish them to be used on web sites in this fashion. If any of these pieces are yours and you wish to have them removed so that our visitors will wallow in these web pages in silence, or if you would like proper credit as the author, you may contact us here. All photos contained in these pages were taken by Jason. Permission must be obtained by the author before using any of these photos. You may contact Jason here.