Center Pensées - French Therapy Center in Berlin


What is sophrology?

Sophrology is a relatively new form of therapy that has been gaining popularity in recent years. But what is sophrology? What can we expect from a session? And how does it work?

Sophrology is a form of therapy that uses physical and mental exercises to help people relax and achieve a state of well-being. Sophrology has been shown to be an effective treatment for a variety of conditions, including: anxiety, stress, insomnia, pain management, and more. It is suitable for people who want to improve their health and well-being. The aim is to promote balance of body and mind

Sessions typically last 30 to 60 minutes and can be completed in person or online. During a session, you will be guided through a series of relaxation techniques and gentle movements. These can include deep breathing exercises, visualization and progressive muscle relaxation.

What you can expect from sophrology

The key to sophrology is regular practice. By doing the exercises regularly, you can train your body and mind to better manage stress and anxiety. This can lead to better sleep, reduced stress levels, and an overall sense of well-being.

With a little time and effort, you can reap the benefits of this powerful form of therapy. It is also possible to practice sophrology on your own, after a few introductory sessions. It will therefore be important for you to keep a few points to keep in mind. First, it is important to find a comfortable place to sit or lie down without being disturbed. Next, make sure you set aside some time for yourself – 30 minutes to an hour is ideal. Finally, be patient! It may take you some time to learn the techniques and get used to them, but with practice you will be able to reap the rewards of this powerful form of therapy.



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