DeStress Monday Resources

Organizations can download weekly series of practices, guided meditations, instructional yoga videos, infographics and e-cards to make a Monday cue part of their stress management programs.

Introducing the Shift to the Positive Package

The Destress Monday Shift to the Positive Package is designed to support the health-related goals of your organization, community, or workplace by introducing practices for promoting and sustaining positivity. This 13-week package includes easy-to-implement DeStress Monday practices that can help generate feelings of kindness, compassion, calm, and gratitude, and ultimately shift the user’s focus to the positive.

Weekly Practice Packages

Deep Breathing

This 8-week package is designed to help you reduce stress with a variety of deep breathing practices.

Mindful Monday

This 8-week package introduces opportunities to practice mindfulness throughout the day.

Syracuse University Introduces New DeStress for Success Program Guide

From gratitude journaling to mindfulness to deep breathing, DeStress for Success offers solutions to common college-life problems and challenges.

Posters and Social Graphics

Quit Belly Breathing Feature

Reduce Stress to Prevent Diabetes

This collection of social media graphics is meant to add a stress-management and behavior change component to a broader diabetes prevention program.

Happy New Week Cards

Let those good vibes flow every Monday with our Happy New Week e-cards.

Reduce Stress with the Monday Refresh

Illustrate the fundamentals of the DeStress Monday Refresh with this printable infographic.


Refresh your mind each Monday with a guided audio meditation. Led by experienced practitioners, these brief meditations use proven stress-reduction techniques, such as deep breathing, mindfulness and positive imaging.

Monday Morning Bed Yoga

Yoga Videos

Our expert-guided yoga videos offer easy-to-follow exercises for introducing yoga practices into your DeStress Monday routine.

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