At Sensory Intelligence® we help individuals, groups, families and teams to understand themselves and others better to navigate through sensory overload easier, faster and smarter.  The world is busy, overloaded, changing and not slowing down. We have to learn how to understand and manage ourselves best to improve the quality of life through successful relationships, productivity and wellbeing. We use a health and wellness coaching approach and use sensory insights and strategies to help people make sense of their environments.  All our sessions are online but we also work with clients onsite in groups and one-to-one sessions on request and typically as part of a bigger corporate training project. We start with completion of the  Sensory Matrix™,  to determine the sensory styles of clients and practical strategies are based on how individuals respond to the environment via the senses. We roll this out to work, social, family and life environments.

What exactly can we do for you?

Group Coaching

Online group coaching allows us easier, faster and more convenient access for busy people who have limited time but want to learn quickly. We encourage everyone to do their Sensory Matrix™️ online first and thereafter our group sessions are scheduled to address various components of the Sensory matrix.  We do a brief introduction with every session and also allow time for questions and answers. They are typically the following:

  1. Introduction to neuroscience, the senses and the environment
  2. Your sensory system scores and interpretations
  3. Habits and behaviours
  4. What is the best home and work environment for you
  5. Managing stress
  6. The visual and auditory systems
  7. Information overload and information systems
  8. How to use technology best
  9. Touch, smell and taste – how we connect through the social senses
  10. Relationships, seating and personal space
  11. Movement – how the vestibular senses and proprioception work together
  12. Attention and daily focus
  13. Understand how movement creates optimal alert levels in the brain
  14. Sport and movement choices – hitting the gym or not?
  15. Multisensory processing –  choices, habits and working style
  16. Sensory strategies and insights for home
  17. Holiday destinations based on your sensory thresholds
  18. Clothing – how to dress not for success but for comfort
  19. Textures – linen, bath towels, food