• Reclaiming one’s body

    A bodily approach that releases muscle rigidities and evacuates oppressive emotional memories

    Recovering balance

  • Developing awareness of ‘’the body that we are’’. Emotional gymnastics (EG) is a somatic approach.

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    The Approach

    The Approach

    Developing awareness of ‘’the body that we are’’. Emotional gymnastics (EG) is a somatic approach.

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  • Emotional Gymnastics is beneficial for people of all ages,

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    Who can practise EG?

    Who can practise EG?

    Emotional Gymnastics is beneficial for people of all ages,

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  • Emotional Gymnastics® is performed in individual sessions and especially in group sessions

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    The Session

    The Session

    Emotional Gymnastics® is performed in individual sessions and especially in group sessions

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  • Our body tells the story of our life

    Our body tells the story of our life. It is sculpted according to the emotions experienced throughout the years. The difficulties and ordeals of existence leave their traces, especially in the form of muscular tensions.

    By untying our physical knots, we allow our body to evacuate oppressive emotional memories and thus free us from the traumas of our past and the wounds inscribed in our body.

  • Martine Veilleux

    Martine Veilleux is a graduate of l’Université du Québec à Montréal UQAM’s Superior Studies in Mathematical Education. 

    She is the founder of Emotional Gymnastics (EG), having communicated and taught this somatic approach for over 15 years in her Montréal center. Through the publication of her books, her approach has spread to North America, Poland, Spain and the francophone countries of Europe.