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Sensory lighting

Lighting therapy + colour therapy = SENSORY LIGHTING

With the use of specific colours incorporated with special fibre optic lighting, combined, the two therapies create a dynamic interactive sensory experience. The purpose of combining both colour and lighting therapies in one product is to activate a person’s neuro-stimuli of proprioception (the awareness of where your body is in space) with their vestibular system (the sense of balance) enabling the brain to enhance itself and develop its cognitive ability. Sensory lighting works as a complementary therapy, designed to act as an aid in benefiting both health and behaviors in children and adults.

More Information on the Specific Elements of Sensory Lighting

Lighting as a therapy

Lighting is utilised in therapeutic industries and more recently for the increased benefits to patient and customer experiences. Sensory lighting has established positive long-term and short-term psychological and physiological results. Physiologists and psychologists have long understood how light can affect a person's natural circadian rhythms that affect overall health. Children’s moods are strongly affected by lighting – for some it provides a calming, soothing effect, while for others it acts as a stimulant. Certain light levels and colours can be beneficial and the ability to control visual stimuli within the space is important.

Colour as a therapy

Colour therapy is a type of holistic healing that uses the visible spectrum of light and colour to affect a person's mood and physical or mental health. When colour passes through the retinal cells in the eyes, the receptor cells absorb the hues and send a signal to the brain where the specific colours are deciphered. These brain impulses stimulated from a specific colour through the retinal cells also fall on the hormone regulating endocrine glands, which then evoke emotional and psychological responses.