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Sensory hacks to beat stress

By | April 18th, 2018|Categories: Blog general, Corporate blog|

You can’t sleep, because your mind is racing. You have constant butterflies in your stomach. You can’t focus on one thing at a time. You forget someone’s name as soon as they introduce themselves. The [...]

How being water-wise affects your senses

By | April 4th, 2018|Categories: Blog general|

If you live in or close to Cape Town your bathroom is littered with buckets.  You wear the same pants for a week.  You’ve become a mini-engineer with water-saving gadgets in your kitchen.  Your car [...]

Benefits of a “Quiet Space” in your classroom

By | March 23rd, 2018|Categories: Education blog|

Classrooms can quickly become noisy and overwhelming, leading to inappropriate and challenging behaviour by children.  Understanding the impact of sensory input from the environment is important in helping a teacher make the necessary changes to [...]

Lunchtime is holy time

By | March 21st, 2018|Categories: Blog general, Corporate blog|

We’re all guilty on this one.  We’ve all done it.  The quick desk-snacking, the in-between-meeting munching, the one-finger-on-the-email, one-hand-on-the-toasted-sandwich typing.  Lunchtime has become a myth in the modern workplace.  With deadlines looming, workloads expanding and [...]

Mindfulness and Sensory Processing – Being in the “here and now”

By | February 22nd, 2018|Categories: Blog general|

How do you know you are here right now? Take a moment and really think about it. How do you know you are right here, right now, not somewhere else?   Well, of course you [...]

Forget About New Year’s Resolutions

By | January 29th, 2018|Categories: Blog general, General Blog|

That's right, forget about New Year's Resolutions.  Try Reflective Practice instead.   Forget the pressure for everything to be perfect and to change all your bad habits when the calendar flips over to January. Instead [...]