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Sophrology is the new stress-busting trend. What is it?

Sophrology is the new stress-busting trend. What is it?


A cross between Eastern and Western forms of mindfulness, devotees say sophrology gives you an inner calm and sense of deep relaxation. - NBC News BETTER

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