Saint-Sulpice-la-Pointe. Soft therapies: day dedicated to well-being this Saturday

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Written by Doug Hampton

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Many workshops and conferences, as well as a signing session, will be offered to lovers of gentle therapies that day.

The ARCB association, the town hall of Saint-Sulpice and the media library are organizing this Saturday, June 10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. the day of well-being in Saint-Sulpice. On the program, workshops, conferences, stands, initiations and conferences on all types of gentle therapies, which can bring comfort and well-being on a daily basis.

There will of course be the “classics”, such as sophrology, yoga, tai chi, or even naturopathy, but also many other much more exotic ones. Ayurveda, for example, is a form of unconventional traditional medicine originating in India but also practiced in other parts of the world, particularly in the West, with Indian academic institutions linked to traditional medicines having helped to give it visibility. international. She describes the human being as being composed of the five Mahabhutas (elements), the three doshas (the basic energies of life), the seven dhatus (the tissues) and the sixteen shrotas (the channels which convey the doshas throughout the whole world). ‘body). Dao Ying, Lithotherapy, or Focusing will also be part of it.

The Échappée Livre bookstore, for its part, welcomes Nicola André during this world day of well-being from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. He has written three fascinating books on taking charge of his life and his emotions, his postures vis-à-vis those around him. Books he wrote following personal experiences that changed his outlook on the way we manage our relationship with others. An interesting book by him is appearing these days; “Looks on happiness in Lavaur”. Nicola André has published a collection which presents the different therapists in Lavaur. His approach is interesting: let the practitioners, whether they are psychotherapists, sophrologists or others, describe their discipline, who they are aimed at, how they work, for what needs…

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