Charlotte Voetmann is one of Denmark’s leading experts in sensory stimulation, Snoezelen (MSE) and neuropedagogical methods. She has worked with and taught sensory stimulation for many years in relation to dementia and other cognitive disorders.
Here she describes why the use of sensory stimulation is essential for daily wellbeing and how inmuRELAX helps stimulate all the important senses. It also helps to prevent skin hunger.
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Relaxing music, soft vibrations, and tactile details help
you to calm down and find peace in body and mind.
Bright colours, joyful music and appealing tactile details
stimulate the senses and make you want to move.
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Group activity with inmuRELAX
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