Sensory Gardens to Stimulate the Senses

Life is not always ‘2 up 2 down’ standardisation. Person-to-person we all thrive in different environments. Sensory rooms and sensory gardens are reactive to this. Surely you’ve heard it on the grapevine?

Are you an organisation passionate about childhood learning, play and development? A charity organisation that is proud to be supporting the advancement of children and adults alike with learning and physical disabilities? Perhaps you have tried everything from traditional teaching props to alternative therapies but are still failing to engage your participants. If you are hitting a brick wall, have you considered what sensory gardens and sensory rooms have the ability to provoke above and beyond ANY other teaching or therapeutic tool around?

Sensory gardens and sensory rooms are outdoor- and indoor – spaces specifically designed and created to be enjoyable to visitors on four of the five sensory levels. Sensory gardens and sensory rooms are awe- inspiring; sensory gardens and sensory rooms have unrivalled eye appeal; sensory gardens and sensory rooms nurture the nostrils; sensory gardens and sensory rooms offer a tactile terrain to rouse the touch sense and; sensory gardens and sensory rooms reignite the hearing sense through nature and manmade sounds alike. As well as having therapeutic and educative value, sensory gardens and sensory rooms are the perfect sanctuaries for people who just want some ‘alone time;’ away from the stress of everyday life. Let’s face it, other than breaking out the barbeque, sensory gardens and sensory rooms couldn’t fail to excite your senses much more than they already do!

For sensory rooms that look, smell, feel and sound exciting, stirring and electrifying we are fast becoming the number one UK provider! Our sensory gardens and sensory rooms come with a safety guarantee and promise accessibility, fun and exhilaration; whatever design you decide upon. Our sensory gardens and sensory rooms take visitors out of their comfort zone to provoke effective learning and development and so far, the results speak for themselves. Upon utilisation of sensory gardens and sensory rooms designed and created by us, the feedback has only been positive; they have created the perfect environment for relaxation, encouraged communication skills, improved motor skills and enhanced team working skills; what blackboard and chalk method teaching could produce results of such gargantuan proportion?!