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January 25, 2016

Building Resilience

This is an article in the Harvard Business Review about whether personal resilience can be measured and taught?
January 4, 2016

Congrès international de Sophrologie

Video podcast of the Congrès international de Sophrologie which took place in Paris in Nov-15 where I represented the UK Sophrology community.
December 17, 2015

A study about posture and body image in individuals with major depressive disorder

This is an article about an academic study which aimed to quantify posture and body image in patients with major depressive disorder during episodes and after drug treatment, comparing the results with those obtained for healthy volunteers.
October 21, 2015

Stress Quiz

Give our stress quiz a try to gauge your stress levels and see where to improve.
September 5, 2015

Pourquoi les femmes sont-elles plus touchées par le burn out ?

Selon le bulletin épidémiologique hebdomadaire du 23 juin de l'Institut national de veille sanitaire, les femmes auraient été 3 % à avoir été victimes de burn out au travail en 2012 et les hommes, 1,4 %. Pourquoi les femmes seraient-elles deux fois plus touchées ? Celles qui sont passées par là témoignent.
August 19, 2015

Stress Implications

The side effects of stress might be scarier than whatever you're worried about. 9 WAYS STRESS MESSES WITH YOUR BODY.
August 1, 2015

Musculoskeletal conditions impact on the economy

Is back, neck and muscle pain hurting the UK economy? Almost 31 million days of work were lost last year due to back, neck and muscle problems, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
July 14, 2015

Enfants : plus de microbes et moins d’allergies !

Quand il est occupé à combattre les agents infectieux, notre système immunitaire déclenche moins de réactions inutiles contre de faux ennemis.
July 6, 2015

Tsonga pratique la sophrologie

Jo-Wilfred Tsonga, la métamorphose.
July 4, 2015

Health Hazards of Office Jobs

The stress, long hours, and sedentary nature of your modern office job are sucking the life out of you — literally. And it’s not just the tight deadlines, stress-eaten bagels, and sneezing coworkers that are doing you in. Even your keyboard can be out to get you.