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Sophrology for emotional letting go

Method ofrelaxationand ofstress management,

which helps to develop our potential and find a balance

mental and bodily.

Why do sophrology? 

As part of a brief therapy, sophrology is a support method that aims to improve the well-being, potential or quality of life of the people followed.

An exclusively verbal and non-tactile method, sophrology uses a set of techniques that will act both on the body and on the mind.

It combines exercises that work on breathing, muscle relaxation and mental imagery (or visualization).

All these techniques allow you to find a state of well-being and activate your full potential.


Sophrology makes it possible to acquire a better knowledge of oneself and to face the challenges of daily life with serenity.

Scope :


  • Stress management

  • Mastery of emotions

  • Eating disorders, addictions

  • Preparation for an event (examination, interview, childbirth)

  • sleeping problem

Methods used: 

Sophrology is an accompaniment combining several relaxation techniques: d' breathing exercises, ofdynamic exercises, ofvisualizations and positive thoughtsin order to improve your personal development allowing you to learn how to manage your breathing, to revitalize your relationship with the body, to improve your concentration and memory capacities, to better manage your stress, to better understand a situation (separation, preparation for examination, driving license or childbirth).


The goal is to achieve lasting well-being.

The benefits of sophrology

The term SOPHROLOGY, inspired by ancient Greek*, means study of the harmonization of consciousness.

Sophrology is a psychocorporal method used as a therapeutic technique or experienced as a philosophy of life. It was designed in 1960 by neuropsychiatrist Alfonso Caycedo and is inspired by Western and Eastern techniques.

The sophrology of 1967  becomes the original method by drawing inspiration from other techniques: 

  • the “Coué method” (positive thinking), 

  • Jacobson's "progressive relaxation" (relaxation of muscle tension), 

  • the “Schultz autogenic training” (self-relaxation by suggestion), 

  • phenomenology (learning non-judgment), 

  • yoga (stimulation of breathing and muscle relaxation) and Zen (practice of meditation) enrich the hypnotic bases of sophrology.

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