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PRODUCT FOCUS MULTI SENSORY


We take a look at companies which offer sensory spa experiences to enhance what we see, hear, smell and feel


INVIION® BY SCHLETTERER CONSULT


The brand new Inviion® Sensory Experi- ence spa cabin by Schletterer Consult focuses on sounds, colours, scents and temperature which portray a “journey through the seasons”. It utilises lighting effects, large screen


projections, newly developed 3D acoustic sequences and fragrances to create the experience, while humidity and heat is varied to reflect each season. The 20-30 minute programme starts


with a refreshing winter spell with whistling winds, followed by a warmer, awakening spring with singing birds. Then comes the heat of summer which dries the skin and heats up the body accompanied by sounds of humming bees and the intense scent of summer pastures, before the programme changes to autumn where guests hear rustling leaves and feel the temperature change and the damp mist on their skin while the sweet sharp scent of wild berries fills the room. The sequences have been designed to


heighten the senses and provide multiple health benefits and improve relaxation. Schletterer Consult created the Sensory Experience for the Woburn Forest Center Parcs holiday village, which opened in the


The new experience has a large screen projection and 3D acoustic sequences


UK in June (see p74). It’s installed in the village’s Aqua Sana spa, but will now also be available to other operators. Another first at the Aqua Sana spa is the Inviion Mineral Room, where amethyst


and crushed rose quartz, along with a refreshing lemongrass scent, infuse the air to energise the senses and calm the nerves.


Spa-kit.net keyword: Schletterer


AQUAMENTAL SPA


Aquamental Spa has created seven multi-sensory room concepts offering interpretations of water elements, brought to life by light and acoustics. Developed by Daniel Lathan, head


of the innovation group in the German Wellness Association, the scalable room concepts feature new technologies, cre- ating relaxing and contemplative spaces. In three of the concepts – Circles, Flux and Torus (pictured) – entire rooms are


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encased in water. The Torus room, for example, is fully or partially made from transparent Plexiglas. In the middle of the room and outside, a whirlpool is created and illuminated from above and below so that light reflections of the swirling water are projected around the room. Meanwhile sounds of the vortex are transferred inside by speakers. The other themed concepts are


Entire rooms can be encased in water


Columns, Deep Sea, Swing and Stonefly. Spa-kit.net keyword: Aquamental


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