Sophrology uses the mind-body connection to strengthen, balance, harmonise and build resilience. It combines gentle movements with breathing, visualisation, relaxation and meditation in a flexible and tailored way to cultivate positivity in the individual. It is accessible to everyone, relies on no belief system, and does not take much time to practise in daily life.
Please note: while Sophrology can be used to great effect in support of medical treatment, it does not replace medical treatment where required or recommended.
A Sophrology session can be experienced in a group or individually (either in person or via Skype/Zoom). In a group, we will practise together on a specific theme - say, confidence-building, or relaxation; and I will teach you simple techniques to use in your daily life. In an individual session, we will first discuss what you would like to work on, and then I will guide you through a series of exercises. Afterwards we explore your experience of the exercises. I will then give you exercises to practise in daily living and perhaps an audio recording to facilitate this. Over the course of our sessions we gently work on allowing the innate wisdom of the body and mind to work together to your healing and wellbeing.