What is sophrology?

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sophrology is the science of consciousness in harmony

at BeSophro we help you to discover how the practice of sophrology can help strengthen body and mind, create more balance, and bring positivity and wellbeing in your daily life

sophrology was created 60 years ago in spain by psychiatrist and neurologist, professor alfonso caycedo

sophrology, also called ‘dynamic relaxation’ is unique in that it blends eastern philosophies with western science using breathing, relaxation, gentle movement and visualisation techniques to quieten the mind and ground you in the body. sophrology allows us not only to feel more relaxed, present, open and focused everyday but also to prepare for future events and enhance performance. regularly practising sophrology allows you to positively deal with the challenge of daily life finding purpose, balance and energy. in essence, it helps people to unlock their full potential and to be at their best both professionally and personally

sophrology has been widely practised across continental europe for decades in different settings including schools, hospitals and corporate environments and championed by everyone from olympic athletes to high-flying ceos

in switzerland sophrology is even reimbursed by the swiss national insurance as it has been proven that people who practice sophrology regularly reduce their medication intake by 30%

the benefits of sophrology

sophrology was initially only used in the medical world but from the 1970’s it quickly spread across europe due to its far-reaching health benefits which include:

stress management

lack of focus, anxiety, mood swings, difficulty sleeping, relationship concerns, tension, prevent burn out and exhaustion

self development

learn to relax and let go, feel in control, build confidence, think positively, find clarity and purpose

birth preparation

feel more confident about giving birth, learn how to deal better with pain, prepare for parenting, bond with baby

preparing for events

speeches, interviews and exams, medical procedures, major celebrations (weddings etc.), stage or sport performances

 
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