Power Nap with Andrew Johnson

Power Nap with Andrew Johnson


Sometimes the best way to reenergize is to stop and relax.

This simple, yet effective guided relaxation and visualization will give you some tools to access the power of the mind/body connection.

Allow yourself to drift down into gentle relaxation and start to rebuild your energy levels, stamina, strength and much more.
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Sometimes the best way to reenergize is to stop and relax.

This simple, yet effective guided relaxation and visualization will give you some tools to access the power of the mind/body connection.

Allow yourself to drift down into gentle relaxation and start to rebuild your energy levels, stamina, strength and much more.

User reviews of Power Nap with Andrew Johnson
This actually installed as Energy Boost with Andrew Johnson, and it's awesome! Longer than a true power nap - probably about 40 min, but I love his voice, the guided visualizations and his narrative are VERY positive and definitely energizing. If the non-free apps are as good as this one, they're worth every penny. I didn't quite fall asleep, but "woke up" feeling GREAT!
Jul 22, 2011
no timing
Jan 18, 2011
I wasn't expecting this app to work but one minute I was listening and the next thing I know it's morning.
Jan 5, 2011
I already try to power nap but with this tool I can do it without focusing on problems throughout the day, it really helps!
Sep 26, 2010
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A Google User
Dec 15, 2014
حبيته صوته مريح
A Google User
Dec 7, 2014
Awesome App This really helped and in such little time. Thumbs up!
A Google User
Dec 6, 2014
Wow! This is amazing! I just had the best power nap ever!
A Google User
Dec 4, 2014
Sends me off to sleep every time
A Google User
Dec 3, 2014
Nice Very relaxing. I like the guided meditation and it made me sleep well:) Feedback: I think a metaphor such as a bag of sand would be preferable to muscles.