The Life-changing Power of SophrologyBy: Dominique Antiglio


Breathe and Connect with the Calm and Happy You

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“With this well-organized and information-packed book, [Antiglio] is hoping to introduce the system to an American audience. The carefully-thought-out, step-by-step exercises are interwoven with case studies so readers can more easily assimilate what’s being discussed. Customers who are experienced in yoga-like protocols will find new ways to approach the healing and relaxation that they are cultivating. Novices can easily start at the beginning and achieve results.”
— Anna Jedrziewski, Retailing Insight
“I certainly can vouch for it: after a session I would experience a calmness rare in my life, and over the weeks felt more positive, less stressed and sharper somehow.”
— Sunday Telegraph
“The simplest, most natural way of calming and focusing our lives lies in front of our noses, breathing. This book will transform all our lives if we follow its helpful suggestions.”
— Sir Anthony Seldon, vice-chancellor at the University of Buckingham and cofounder of Action for Happiness
“Sophrology looks set to be the. . . answer to all our problems.”
— The Guardian
“Sophrology is big news in the wellness world.”
“Sophrology is set to be the next wellness trend. . . . If it’s used effectively by everyone from women in labor to Olympic athletes, it can only be a matter of time before sophrology enters our wellness lexicon.”
— Refinery29
“While many people try and fail to reap the benefits of meditative practices, taking up Sophrology could be the key to unlocking your mind’s potential.”
— The Independent
“Sophrology is most definitely something you can practice day to day in your own time, with your own schedule and direction.”
— Harper’s Bazaar
“The science is there. Resilience, better sleep and less stress? This is one wellness trend we’ll be watching.”
— Get The Gloss
“You’ve heard of mindfulness, now meet its dynamic young cousin sophrology.”
— The Observer
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