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Meet Floriane Bongard, wellness expert

Since the creation of Yodi, Hélène Azancot has enjoyed forging links with wellness experts who share the same values of transparency, cleanliness, naturalness and sustainability.
In order to share these exchanges with as many people as possible, she decided to organize events in the Yodi boutique at 27 avenue Victor Hugo in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, highlighting these inspiring individuals.
These experts come from different backgrounds: naturopaths, authors, designers, interior decorators... but they all have one thing in common: a desire to make things evolve towards a healthier future.

Today, Hélène met Floriane Bongard.

Can you introduce yourself?

I am a yoga, meditation and sound bath teacher. I teach sound baths and sell alchemical crystal bowls. 4 months ago, I also launched an app for the well-being of the mind: bubble.

What is a sound bath?

A type of meditation that uses sound to bring about a state of relaxation. Many instruments can be used, but my favorite is the crystal bowl.

Can you tell us about your Bubble Wellness concept?

Bubble was born out of a desire to democratize practices for the well-being of the mind, such as meditation, breathing, hypnosis, sophrology etc., and to create a support system to keep you motivated. As a teacher, many people confide in me about what they're going through. I've realized just how much good simple tools can do and how much improvement they can bring.

(Please note: we do not replace doctors - our vocation is to provide support for the "little worries" of everyday life, such as stress, lack of self-confidence, etc.)

Do you have any wellness tips for dealing with stress?

Yes, I have so many that it's hard to choose! For work-related stress, for example, setting up a routine can have a very positive effect. For example, start each day with 5 minutes of breathing and a bit of writing down your goals, possibly taking up breathing again in the middle of the day if you're feeling too stressed.

Do you have any tips for getting a good night's sleep?

Everyone's different, but my general advice would be to stop looking at your messages/emails or anything else that might stimulate the mind at least 30 minutes before bedtime, maybe create a ritual to relax, it could be writing like consciously removing your make-up because it's a good moment just for you. Personally, I like to have some background noise to fall asleep to, which is why I really enjoy listening to a sound bath or a nidra-type meditation - it works very well for me.

What's your well-being routine?

I change it regularly so I don't get bored! I had a baby 3 months ago, so it's not easy to have a routine, but every day I write down 3 things I'm grateful for and I meditate or do reiki for 10/15 minutes. If I can, I also do a bit of yoga to stretch and breathe well.

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