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Would you like to be better at mastering your habits, problem solving, increase your ability to focus, learn a new subject or language, but believe the old cliché that “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks”?    Read More

When we practise sophrology, we explore and discover everything that is interconnected and associated with each system, for example; the body parts, organs and endocrine glands.    Read More

When we practise sophrology we focus on each of our 6 systems, either as a whole or independently to experience and discover everything that is interconnected and associated with the body parts, organs and endocrine glands.    Read More

In Sophrology we divide the body into 6 systems that follow the 5 major nerve plexus in the body which transport information to and from each system. Each nerve plexus is an intricate system of connected nerve fibers that link spinal nerves with specific areas of the body.    Read More

Because our relationships with people exists in our thoughts, this means that our relationship with another person is whatever we imagine it to be.    Read More

Through sophrology we learn that objective reality is a matter of seeing things as they are, this includes accepting the state or quality of things as being true as they are, rather than seeing them from a certain point of view or position based on our individual biases, interpretations, feelings, and imaginings.    Read More

Our everyday experience tells us that our emotions cause us to behave in certain ways.

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The principle of positive action is that when we think of something happy our body also expresses happiness. We are a holistic system and so whenever one tiny thing changes it has repercussions on the whole system.    Read More