The FEPS Principals

The Federation of Professional Sophrology’s Schools gathers 11 schools in France and abroad.

During the Conference, the FEPS schools’ Principals will be present and delight to meet you.

Géraldine Durand - CEAS
Géraldine Durand
Co-director of the CEAS Paris


Darcy Martens CEAS
Darci Martins
Co-director of the CEAS Paris


Frédérique Murry - Co-directrice du CEAS Paris et secrétaire de la FEPS
Frédérique Murry
Co-director of the CEAS Paris
Treasurer of the FEPS



Olivia Roux ISRA
Olivia Roux
Co-director of the ISRA,
President of the FEPS


Marie-Claire Martelletti ISRA
Marie-Claire Martelletti
Co-director of the ISRA



Liz Murphy

Director of the Sophrology Academy


Richard Esposito - Directeur du CFSP
Richard Esposito
Director of the CFSP


acqueline Baudet Co-directrice et formatrice à l’ISH
Jacqueline Baudet
Co-director of the ISH


Stéphane Giraudeau - Co-directeur et formateur à l'ISH
Stéphane Giraudeau
Co-director of the ISH,
FEPS secretary



Hélène Faucon-Martin
Director of the EFS


Dr Bernard Ariole - Directeur de RSF Réunion
Dr Bernard Ariole
Director the EFS Reunion Island


Régine Philip - Co-directrice de l’ISSO
Régine Philip
Co-director of the ISSO


Yann Cormier - Co-directeur et formateur à l'ISSO
Yann Cormier
Co-director of the ISSO


Marie-Claire Bouthors - Co-directrice de l’ESNE
Marie-Claire Bouthors
Co-director of the ESNE


Alain Chevalier Beaumel - Co-directeur de l'ESNE
Alain Chevalier Beaumel
Co-director of the ESNE


Arnaud HAYAERT - Directeur de l’Institut de Sophrologie de Rennes
Arnaud HAYAERT
Director of the ISR

Anaïs Zuili - Directrice du Centre de Formation Zuili
Anaïs Zuili
Director of the ZUILI training center



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Today, the FEPS brings together 11 schools and 13 training centres for the profession of Sophrologist, which are increasingly motivated by the quality of the teaching’s method, the practitioners’ seriousness and expertise they trained and by the progress of the Sophrologists’ professionalisation.

The training, with more than 1000 hours, with a minimum of 400 hours courses in situ, takes place in two parts:

  • a fundamental cycle of 250 hours course in situ, followed by an internship (following the terms and conditions of each school).
  • an upper cycle of 150 hours course in situ minimum, validated by the Certificate of Practitioner in Sophrology.

The training is based on practice.