What is Sophrology?

The practice of Sophrology enables you to reconnect and strengthen all your resources – thus improving your overall general wellbeing and mental and physical health.

What does Sophrology address?

  • A positive therapy that offers a calm space to achieve a sustainable and positive transformation
  • Sophrology can work alongside and benefit most therapeutic purposes
  • Advancing individual personal development and belief
  • Offering new perspectives and resolution of personal issues
  • Promoting peak performance and mental resolve in preparation for specific events

What Will You Do During Sessions?

This method works around my guidance in developing appropriate visualisations, as well as directed, gentle physical movements of your body. The voice is important at all times in Sophrology. I will lead and guide you in what to do, expertly and thoughtfully blending my approach to your individual situation and requirements.

Alliance and partnership with you as a whole unity

I work in alliance with you, your body and your mind. At the end of the session, I will provide the record of techniques to ensure you get the most positive results.

Who is Sophrology for?

  • Most people can practice Sophrology as a positive and enabling therapy
  • It is effective for children and adults, top sports athletes and businesspeople
  • It can be done standing or sitting, does not need special equipment, and is adaptable to most situations
  • Complements other therapies, including but not exclusive to Osteopathy and Medical Acupuncture
  • For people who will benefit from positive techniques that are adaptable, flexible and can be used at any time
  • Sophrology techniques use the dynamic of movement and breathing, and benefit from easy access
  • Sophrology can be both a problem solving solution, or explored more deeply as an ‘Art of Embracing Life’

Osteopathy complements other medical practices and therapies, including Osteopathy, Obstetrics, Psychotherapy & Psychiatry, Nutritionist, Homeopathy and Dentist


What you learn in each session can then be practised and used in your own time. This adds to your greater understanding, awareness and control. It also leads to a sustainable result with a positive impact on every area of your life – today in the present, and the future.

Florence is dedicated to recognising and strengthening the mind body connection. Sophrology may also enhance or act as a complement to other therapies.
Everything is connected.


of people with diagnosable mental illness receive no treatment at all.


of mental illness (excluding dementia) starts before age 18.

£105 B

per year for mental health account of NHS.


“Take care of your heart and your heart will take care of you.”

Prof Alfonso Caycedo | founder of Sophrology method