Sense of smell rehabilitation

Post-Covid and post-trauma: 

Specific management of smell and taste disorders:

  • quantitative disorders (variability in odour intensity)
  • and qualitative (parosmia: disturbance of perceptions, phantosmia: appearance of phantom odours, etc.)

The rehabilitation is based on a palette ofabout 100 olfactory stimuli diluted to different concentrations and meeting the chemical and toxicological restrictions in force.

At each session I select different stimuli in line with your individual needs in order to build the coaching process together.

Accompaniment is seen as a real privileged moment during which the physical limits and individual capacities are respected.


Emotional regulation

Stress management, anxiety, sleep disorders, disruptions in daily life.

Take a break for yourself and tame your feelings to (re)find balance and well-being.

The scents chosen according to your experience and at the crossroads of your emotions and your memory allow us to release blockages or points of tension.

By refocusing on your perceptions and reconnecting to your sensations, we soothe your ailments in a spirit oflistening and caring.

Memory disorders

"And all of a sudden the memory came to me. This taste was that of the little piece of madeleine that on Sunday mornings in Combray (because that day I didn't go out before mass), when I went to say hello to her in her room, my Aunt Léonie would offer me after having soaked it in her tea or linden infusion. The sight of the little madeleine had not reminded me of anything until I had tasted it; perhaps because, having often seen them since then, without eating them, on the shelves of the confectioners, their image had left those days of Combray to be linked to other more recent ones...".

Marcel Proust - Du côté de chez Swann, I, 1, 1913

Post-trauma and post-stroke rehabilitation, treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, work on autobiographical memory.

Our olfactory and taste memories are built up from the in-utero period. Moreover, thehe odorant message is processed primarily by the non-conscious areas of our brain (memory, emotions, reward), so it allows us to fix our memories even more firmly.

It is on this privileged and precious link that the accompaniment of memory disorders by odours is based.

Exploring your olfactory symbols allows us to solicit your emotional responses and gives us access to your autobiographical memory.

The accompaniments are in no way intended to replace the medical profession; they should be considered as a complementary approach.