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A sensory room with Vibroacoustic Therapy could make children with disabilities, lonely and chronic ill elderly individuals, and worn-out employees, be happier and healthier.

A sensory room, also known as a multisensory environment or Snoezelen room, is a specially designed space for elderly people with dementia/ Alzheimer, and children with CP and other brain injuries with cognitive challenges and mental disabilities. It provides controlled stimulation for all five senses: sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell.

Here’s how it works:

  • Visual: The room might have fiber optic lights, projectors displaying calming images or familiar scenes, bubble tubes, or textured surfaces.

  • Auditory: Soothing music, nature sounds, calming voices, or familiar songs can be played. Some rooms have interactive elements where users can create their own sounds.

  • Touch: Soft fabrics, textured objects, weighted blankets, water features, or interactive toys provide tactile stimulation.

  • Taste: Sweet or savory snacks, flavored drinks, or aromatherapy diffusers can be incorporated.

  • Smell: Pleasant aromas like lavender, vanilla, or essential oils can create a calming atmosphere.

Benefits of having a sensory room:

  • Reduces anxiety and agitation: The calming environment can help alleviate stress and promote relaxation.

  • Improves mood and well-being: Sensory stimulation can trigger positive emotions and memories.

  • Enhances cognitive function: Engaging multiple senses can stimulate the brain and improve memory, attention, and communication skills.

  • Provides opportunities for social interaction: Sensory rooms can be used for group activities, encouraging communication and engagement.

Here are some additional things to know about sensory rooms.

  • They can be adapted to individual needs and preferences.

  • Trained staff is often present to supervise and guide residents.

  • The rooms can be used for individual or group sessions.

  • Research suggests that sensory rooms can be an effective intervention for managing dementia symptoms.

In a sensory room, participants are expected and encouraged to be active and to communicate verbally and with their body language.

What is SilentSoundSpace

A SilentSoundSpace based on a vibroacoustic therapy equipment (such as a mat, recliner, sound table) is a specialized room designed to provide a unique and immersive relaxation experience. It combines two key elements:


  • This refers to the physical environment of the room, which is specifically designed to be acoustically isolated and noise free. This creates a quiet and peaceful space where you can be free from external distractions. The design is very ambient universal and calming in preferred colors and pictures.

Vibroacoustic Therapy:

  • This involves the use of low-frequency sound waves and vibrations transmitted through a comfortable lounger or mat. These vibrations gently massage your body, promoting relaxation and deep tissue repair.

Combination of SilentSoundSpace and Vibroacoustic Therapy:

  • The combination of these two elements creates a powerful synergy that can promote profound relaxation, stress reduction, improved sleep, and pain relief.

  • The quiet and peaceful environment of the SilentSoundSpace allows you to fully focus on the therapeutic effects of the vibroacoustic vibrations, while the vibrations themselves help to release tension and promote healing throughout your body.

Benefits of SilentSoundSpace with Vibroacoustic Therapy:

  • Reduced stress and anxiety

  • Improved sleep quality

  • Pain relief

  • Increased relaxation

  • Improved mood and well-being

  • Enhanced cognitive function

  • Boosted immune system

  • Reduced inflammation

Who can benefit from SilentSoundSpace with Vibroacoustic Therapy:

  • People with chronic pain conditions

  • People with anxiety and stress disorders

  • People with sleep problems

  • People with high blood pressure

  • People with fibromyalgia

  • Athletes and people recovering from injuries.

  • Anyone seeking deep relaxation and improved well-being.

Just like in life our 24 hours bodyminds’ rhythm, includes active period and calming periods, there is a wining synergy between a sensory place and a SilentSoundSpace.

Contact us today to learn more of having a Sensory room combined with a SilentSoundSpace

Vibroacoustic Therapy is related to: vibroacoustic therapy

  • low-frequency sound therapy

  • LFS therapy

  • whole body vibration therapy

  • sonic massage

  • sound healing

  • non-invasive therapy

  • alternative therapy

  • wellness therapy

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