Learn how to relax mind and body with Sophrology
What does Sophrology stand for?
The term Sophrology was invented by Professor Alfonso Caycedo, a Colombian neuro-psychiatrist, in 1960.
The word Sophrology comes from ancient Greek:
- SOS = serenity, harmony
- PHREN = spirit, consciousness
- LOGOS = science, study
Sophrology can be described as the study of harmony within the consciousness.
What is it?
Sophrology is a structured method designed to improve personal well-being.
It uses simple techniques such as breathing, relaxation, visualisation, and easy physical movements.
Regular practice leads to a healthy, relaxed body and a calm, alert mind.
Sophrology is widely practised in France, Spain, Switzerland, and Germany where it has been used for the past 50 years.
Who is it for?
People of all ages.
How does it work?
All the methods, tools and exercises are simple, easy and completely safe. Sophrology can be done indoors or out. Some peace and quiet is a distinct advantage!
How does it help you?
Sophrology is a great method to discover your inner resources, develop a more positive attitude and improve your quality of life.
It has a vast area of benefits, such as:
- Reducing anxiety, staying calm and improving sleep
- Learning how to manage stress and emotions at work and in the home
- Rediscovering a sense of well-being
- Managing chronic pain
- Helping children focus better and develop their learning skills.
- Preparing for a particular challenge, e.g. exams, stage performance, job interviews
- improving elite sports performance and preparing for competition
Sophrology helps you build lifelong skills to deal with life’s challenges.
Want to try? Do you have any questions?
Whether you are looking to have individual sessions and work towards a personal objective, or you would rather join a regular group session to improve your general wellbeing, just call Valerie on 07713 953 602 or email firstname.lastname@example.org