What exactly would it involve in practice?

Posted on March 24, 2017

The Bates Method involves doing a few easy, fun exercises/techniques on a near daily basis if possible, starting with a few minutes per day, and increasing gradually to about 20 minutes per day, (if possible).

The exercises, which are deceptively easy and enjoyable, are in fact very profound, and allow the visual system to rest and relax. By doing the exercises/techniques regularly, we can quickly regain natural, relaxed habits of seeing, which assist in leading to clear, comfortable vision.