In Greek mythology, Eupraxia was the personification of well-being.

She is mentioned once by Aeschylus, who cites a proverb according to which Eupraxia is the daughter of another two personifications, Peitharchia and Soter[1].


  1. Aeschylus, Seven Against Thebes, 223 ff.

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