Hypertension is still a significant public health problem and the leading cause of death in the world. The number of elderly people suffering from hypertension in the Mataram Community Health Center in 2021 is 218. This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of brain gym and autogenic relaxation in reducing blood pressure in the elderly with hypertension. This study uses a quasi-experimental pre-test and post-test method. The population is elderly who suffer from hypertension degrees I and II, aged 45-69 years, in the working area of the Mataram Public Health Center with a population of 218 elderly. Sampling was done by Simple Random Sampling and obtained 54 respondents divided into two treatment groups: brain gym group and autogenic relaxation group. Data collection using MAP (Mean Arterial Pressure) blood pressure were analyzed using paired t-test and independent t-test. The average blood pressure MAP before being given a brain gym was 117.44 and after being given a brain gym intervention was 112.59, while the average blood pressure MAP before being given autogenic relaxation was 116.37 and after being given an autogenic relaxation intervention was 111.30. There is no difference in the effectiveness of brain gym and autogenic relaxation in that H0 is accepted, and H1 is rejected (p=0.463) with the results of statistical tests p>α = 0.05. It was concluded that brain gym and autogenic relaxation were equally effective in lowering blood pressure in the elderly with hypertension.