The Autogenic Training technique teaches us to relax and control the harmful results of our psychosomatic symptoms, without the need for a therapist. Long term, it has been proven to intervene in our independent nervous system, activating our immune capacity.
The more we practice this technique, the more we teach our body to operate consume the lowest possible amount of energy. This way, we can easily detect tension and learn to gradually regain our bodily balance in times of stress, anger, panic, fear, pain, or social exposure. We can harness the anxious thoughts and negative emotions of our daily life, by finding security in our own Body.
Total Body Relaxation is the height of our balanced Mind-Body-Emotion Triptych. It shows us with precision the parts of our body that have been burdened by our daily habits. It releases the Mind from the Body and creates a unique sense of self, as if we have a complete and liberated perception, inside a body as relaxed as if in a state of sleep.
The J.H. Schultz technique is widely used across Europe. In many European countries, it has been established as a necessary technique for handling pain and breathing in postoperative patients. It has immediate results in the management of psychosomatic stress and is a new prism through which each of us can control our Triptych at any given time, whenever needed throughout one’s life.
This training-therapy includes:
• perception exercises of body weight and tension
• special balance exercises and body expression using pilates balls
• relaxation, balance and imbalance exercises
• alignment exercises across a vertical and horizontal axis
• breathing exercises
• total body relaxation in a horizontal position
Autogenic Training can be used to treat a number of different psychological issues, such as:
• stress management
• pain control
• panic attack control
• creative expression
• public speaking
• assertiveness and decision making
• fear management
Total Body Relaxation is one of the most important self-concentration techniques. It brings us back to the present as we become one with our breathing. At that point, the Mind-Body-Emotion Triptych has a revelatory, diagnostic and therapeutic potential.
The Autogenic Training technique is part of the integrative therapy approach of the Triptych, and is used on a case-by-case basis during one-on-one sessions, group therapy sessions and seminars. Each technique aims at a different expression of the language of our Mind, Body and Emotion. This has proven to be the most powerful therapeutic approach, as none of the elemnts of our Triptych remain unexplored on the healing journey.