Motivating Motor Training with Music

Let music and sensory stimulation an active part of your training

Music Motivates

inmu’s interactive music makes motor training fun and engaging. When you move with an inmu, you create music and receive instant feedback. This interaction not only motivates but also makes you more aware of the exercise you are performing. Holding an inmu feels a bit like playing an instrument – just that an inmu is intelligent, so it always sounds good.

Maintain Motivation

Keeping motivation high is key to effective motor training. The interactive music changes with your movements, keeping you engaged and motivated in your daily training. The music is not the same song played over and over again. The inmu music is created by software on the fly and alters by your movements. This variation keeps it interesting for hours, helping you stick to your exercises. Feeling the vibrations in your hands and body enhances the sensory experience and the connection to for example, the arm or leg you are training.

Mindfulness session inmuRELAX

Arousal-Regulating Training

Regulating arousal is crucial for focused motor training. inmu adapts to your activity level: playing energetic music when you are active, and calming music when you are still. This helps balance your arousal levels, keeping you engaged without feeling overstimulated or understimulated.

Use Music Actively in Your Training

With inmu, music shifts from being a background element to an active part of your training. Instead of playing pre-recorded music from a playlist, inmu allows you to create and interact with the music. Your training sessions become more dynamic, offering individualized and targeted sensory stimulation.

Easy to use

Suitable for everyone, including individuals with limited motor and cognitive abilities.



Durable and sturdy, designed to withstand daily use and falls.

Train Anywhere

Compact and easy to carry around.


Makes training enjoyable and rewarding, encouraging you to keep going.

"Because users constantly get a new response to what they do with the inmu, it keeps them doing the exercises for longer."

Physiotherapist at a residential centre for brain-damaged

“The inmu cushions bring great joy when residents throw and roll with them. They are not dangerous because they are soft, unlike hard balls. Sometimes, I focus their attention on the sounds they make, which creates a natural break in the physical activity and has a positive effect.”

Social worker in a nursing home

“With the inmu placed somewhere on the body, the motivation to get movement in that body part is awakened. It is an exercise in being present for both users and staff.”

Music therapist at a residence for people with disabilities

Exercise Examples:

Balance: Place inmu on a table – push and pull it back and forth – use your whole body.

Communication: Pass inmu from person to person – it encourages eye contact and social interaction.

Attention: Listen to the music with closed eyes – notice the changes as you move inmu.

Movement: Throw inmu from person to person in a circle, following the music/rhythm.

Coordination: Use one hand to push inmu across the table to the person opposite you. Catch inmu with the other hand.

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