Introduction: Sectio Caesarea is defined as the delivery method of a fetus through surgical incisions which made in the abdominal wall (laparotomy) and the uterine wall (hysterotomy). One of the complications of sectio caesarea is pain in the incision area. A non-pharmacological pain management strategies to overcome pain is autogenic relaxation therapy. Objective: The aim of the research was to evaluate the effect of autogenic relaxation to decrease pain scale on postoperative mother undergoing Sectio Caesarea (SC) in the V/VI ward Tk.II Dustira Cimahi Hospital. Method: Research design used was experimental research with One Group Pretest Posttest Design involving 75 post sectio caesarea mother within 1 month. Sampling technique used was Non Probability Sampling namely Purposive Sampling techniques. Result: Postoperative pain scale before the intervention 64% of respondents experienced a post-operative incision pain with range scale of 4-6 (moderate pain), while post-operative pain scale after the intervention 73.3% of respondents experienced pain with range scale of 4-6 (moderate pain). There is a significant effect of autogenic relaxation with decreased pain scale. T-test results showed 0.0001 means that there are differences between the pain scale before and after autogenic relaxation with a mean = 1,080 ie the pain scale tendentiously decreased after treatment with an average reduction in pain scale is 1,080.