Sophrology is a psychocorporal method used as a therapeutic technique. It was designed by the neuropsychiatrist Alfonso Caycedo and is inspired by Western and Oriental techniques. The term SOPHROLOGY, inspired by ancient Greek, means the study of the harmonization of consciousness.
An exclusively verbal and non-tactile method, sophrology uses a set of techniques that act both on the body and the mind. It combines exercises that work on both breathing, muscle relaxation and mental imagery (or positive visualization). All these techniques can restore a state of well-being and activate its full potential. Sophrology allows you to acquire a better knowledge of oneself and to face the daily challenges with serenity.
Who can benefit?
Sophrology can help those dealing with stress, anxiety, low self-confidence, insomnia, burnout, chronic fatigue, birth preparation, pain and depression. Sophrology is applicable in everyday life including relationships, exam preparation, public speaking and interviews. It is also effective in competitive sports and stage performance.