Having worked in human resources in a large multinational for several years, I have met many people struggling to cope with the daily stress of a heavy workload. Having to deal with constant change, unresolved conflicts and even a lack of confidence in their abilities...
I profoundly believe, having practised it, that immersive relaxation can be a major ally to bring well-being to each and every one and to the very heart of all professional structures.
co-founder of ConVRgence
In this hectic world that surrounds us, that didn’t dream to disconnect for a few minutes just to think of itself ?
We want to make accessible to everyone the experience of being taken away from where you are physically in order to focus on the essentials, escape unparalleled at the most stressful times.
Why « CONVRGENCE » ?
The association of "convergence" (action towards a common goal) and "VR“ (Virtual Reality)
Convrgence is the ideal alliance that allows you to escape into a bubble of well-being ...
Traditional relaxation methods, gently guided by a Sophrologist.
Virtual Reality technology for visual and audio immersion in diverse natural landscapes.
Not forgetting the human touch with a caring, friendly accompaniment...
With the sole aim of transporting you to a place of total serenity allowing you to experience an extraordinary moment of relaxation.
Many studies carried out in the medical sector have proven the effectiveness of VR (virtual reality) for stress management and relaxation, it is time to put it to use in our daily lives !
Convrgence offers you a unique cocooning space, a place dedicated to serenity where kindness and care are combined to help you revitalize.
Listening to your needs, adaptability and simplicity are fully integrated into our practice. Immersive relaxation easily adapts to your agenda and/or activity.
Unique alliance of traditional anti-stress approaches and the latest technological virtual reality innovations recognized by professionals.
The experience is complete, flexible and mobile. It respects the classic structure of traditional relaxation approaches.