There are several reasons why I have chosen Sophrology to be part of my life. The word Sophrology came to my attention while I was practising meditation. At the time, I felt the need to reconnect to the centre of myself on a physical, mental and spiritual level. Being an active mother of three children and a busy Early Years Educator, I chose to change my life style and tune in to a place of harmony, calm, well-being and share it with others.
At the very first stages of practising Sophrology I realised the results were instantaneous: I was able to better relax myself, let go of tensions and increase my energy level.
Practising yoga at the same time and being aware of deep breathing combined the two disciplines beautifully.
I became a yoga teacher and decided to take the Sophrology course at the Sophrology Academy of Paris in 2009 and completed my Master in Caycedian Sophrology in November 2012.
I discovered with amazement that by focusing more inwardly, it helped me raise my level of consciousness and increase my ability to use the power of the mind and direct it to deal positively with life events and create the life I desire.
I am very grateful to this journey, enjoying sharing my practice with adults and children from all different ages or backgrounds and see the benefits and transformation happening within themselves.
I offer one-to-one sessions at home or group workshops