MIT Libraries and Partners Launch the “Calm-to-Go Collection” Featuring “Tools To Help You Calm Your Mind by Relaxing Your Body”
From MIT Libraries:
The MIT Libraries, MindHandHeart, and MIT Medical are pleased to announce the launch of the Calm-to-Go program, designed to help anyone experiencing stress to experiment with different strategies to calm their bodies and their minds.
Enter Calm-to-Go! Now a pilot project, this program enables members of the MIT community to check out equipment from Hayden Library, such as:
- Noise cancelling headphones
- Lava lamps
- Weighted shoulder wraps
- Aroma therapy diffusers
- Fidget boxes
- Neurofeedback or biofeedback equipment
Direct to Complete Announcement
Direct to Calm-to-Go Info Page
See Also: MIT Libraries Catalog Record for “Calm-to-Go” Kits
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