How does it work and for what matters?

Are sophrology and hypnosis made for you? Absolutely! Here are the reasons why...
Fields of application of Sophrology

Well-Being and Self-Improvement

  • Management of life events and changes (moving, divorce, new job…)​
  • Improving self-confidence​
  • Elimination of physical and psychological tensions (burn out)​
  • Letting go​

Health – Therapeutic Support

  • Sleep disorders​
  • Eating disorders​
  • Tinnitus​
  • Pain management​
  • Smoking cessation​
  • Management of phobias and compulsive behaviors​

Performance Optimization – Mental Preparation

  • Concentration optimization​
  • Memory optimization​
  • Mental preparation of coming events (speaking in public, school exams, driver’s license test, sport competitions…)

Sophrology should never be considered as a substitute for medical care, nor medical treatments, since it offers no health warranties or guarantees of any kind. The sophrologist should never interfere with current treatments, and never provide any diagnosis. Lastly, the sophrologist should never influence the theraputic choices of their clients.

Therapeutic effects of hypnosis

Every day life problems and well-being

  • Stress management, anxiety
  • Phobia, neurosis
  • Grieving process (loss of a loved one)
  • Situation reversal or interruption (job loss, end of a situation)
  • Reprogramming of improper behaviors

Health – Therapeutic support

  • Smoking cessation
  • Eating disorders
  • Pain management
  • Psychosomatic symptoms (painful areas, rash…)
  • Additionnal support during serious illness


Performance optimisation – Mental preparation

  • Concentration
  • Memorization
  • Mental preparation to one-time or extraordinary events (stage fright, fear of speaking in public)
  • Self-confidence
Hypnosis should never be considered as a substitute for medical care, nor medical treatments. It operates only as a complementary technique or as a support to the treatments that are recommended by health professionals.