Videos

Sensory stories are shared through short videos to get insights into sensory intelligence® and how it influences your daily actions, activities and habits. The insights and aha moments will provide a unique, powerful and revolutionary way to understand human behaviour.

Sensory Stories #105: Are you the one who always closes the blinds?

By Marieta du Toit | 9 February, 2024

Cool white, soft white, natural light, artificial light, blinds closed, curtains drawn or open. All these preferences for your visual sense are part of your sensory threshold. Marieta explains her…

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Sensory stories #104: How to impact your brain through light

By Annemarie Lombard | 9 February, 2024

Have you ever wondered why you prefer to sit with the lights off, in the calming twilight or darkness, whilst your friends, colleagues, or partner always turn on all the…

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Sensory Stories #103: How to cope as a call centre agent if you’re a sensory avoider

By Marieta du Toit | 16 November, 2023

Marieta takes us on a short journey of her very quick Call Centre Agent work experience! Not ideally a great opportunity for sensory avoiders with low sensory thresholds but she…

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Sensory stories #102: how to optimise people for call centre work

By Annemarie Lombard | 16 November, 2023

Today Annemarie looks at Call Centres. What do they do, how are they run and what purpose do they have. We look through the eyes of sensory seekers and sensory…

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Sensory Stories #101: How to manage social isolation if you are a sensory seeker

By Annemarie Lombard | 27 October, 2023

Today Annemarie replies to Marieta's sensory root - sensory avoider vlog #100 with her sensory seeker - sensory leaf perspective on social isolation. Watch her vlog to see if you…

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Sensory Stories #100: Do you crave social isolation at times?

By Marieta du Toit | 24 October, 2023

Marieta gives us an insight into her world as a sensory root, a sensory avoider. Listen to her vlog to see if you identify! #sensoryintelligence #socialisolation #busy #noisy #lively #break…

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Sensory Stories #99: Kick AAS – simple and easy ways to manage stress and improve wellbeing

By Annemarie Lombard | 17 October, 2023

#sensoryintelligence #wellness #sensory #environment #selfcare #wellbeing #strategies #stress #stressrelief Kick AAS is one of our favorite concepts that we apply to help our clients, our Practitioners, our trainers and our…

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Sensory Stories #98: Spectator sport – Are you in the stadium or do you support from home

By Marieta du Toit | 15 September, 2023

#sensoryintelligence #rugbyworldcup #spectator #stadium #support #home #sport #springboksrugby #busy #contained #environment Marieta looks at sensory preferences from a Rugby World Cup spectator point of view today. Are you a sensory…

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Sensory Stories #97: Rugby World Cup – When big, strong men get touchy

By Marieta du Toit | 12 September, 2023

Marieta shares her sensory insights whilst watching the Rugby World Cup in France this year. "It was fascinating for me to see again how when a try is scored these…

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Sensory Stories # 96: How to use Sensory Intelligence® to improve wellness

By Annemarie Lombard | 7 September, 2023

What have wellness and Sensory intelligence® got to do with one another - in this vlog Annemarie will connect the dots for you. Firstly wellness is the act of managing…

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Sensory Stories # 95: Engage and connect with others through touch and body space

By Annemarie Lombard | 29 August, 2023

Today Annemarie shares some of her connection experiences from the Sensory Intelligence® Roadshow that she and Marieta went on last month. She talks about how both she and the clients…

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Environments - making the best choices for health and wellbeing
Sensory Stories # 94: Environments – making the best choices for health and wellbeing.

By Annemarie Lombard | 20 July, 2023

Our previous video was about activities... this video is focusses on your environment. People you surround yourself with and activities you engage in are inextricably linked to the environment you…

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Activities - are you making the right choices?
Sensory Stories # 93: Activities – are you making the right choices?

By Annemarie Lombard | 18 July, 2023

In this video, Annemarie discusses 6 types of activities and how they relate to our unique sensory wiring. 1. Activities of daily living (ADL) 2. Work activities 3. Leisure activities…

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Human connection for sensory avoiders - a must for personal wellbeing
Sensory Stories # 92: Human connection for sensory avoiders – a must for personal wellbeing

By Marieta du Toit | 14 July, 2023

Today, Marieta shares her insights on connecting with each-other, particularly the importance of doing so as a sensory avoider. This follows the previous video "Adventure style digital detox", where Annemarie,…

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Digital Detox
Sensory Stories # 91: Adventure style digital detox – a must for personal wellbeing

By Annemarie Lombard | 11 July, 2023

Today it's all about digital detox! Watch Annemarie's vlog as she takes you briefly through her five-day Fish River Canyon experience... a barren, beautiful, and majestic part of Namibia. She…

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How the Practitioners Course changed my life
Sensory Stories # 90: How the Practitioners Course changed my life

By Marieta du Toit | 23 June, 2023

In this video, Marieta reflects on her experience of attending the 2017 face-to-face Practitioners Training Course in Cape Town. She explains how the training helped her identify and better understand…

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Practitioners Training for Adult Sensory Processing course
Sensory Stories # 89: Last chance for 13 Live Learning Sessions

By Annemarie Lombard | 20 June, 2023

Amongst the work that we do at Sensory Intelligence®, we run an intensive practitioner's course aimed at understanding and using sensory processing in your work with adults. It's a course…

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Bath or shower
Sensory Stories # 88: When do you opt for a bath and when for a shower?

By Marieta du Toit | 15 June, 2023

In this video, Marieta offers interesting insight into another unique sensory story. She shares her daily bathing routine as a sensory root, someone with low sensory thresholds. Have you ever…

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Bath or shower
Sensory Stories # 87: Do you prefer a bath or a shower? Once or twice daily?

By Annemarie Lombard | 13 June, 2023

Bath versus shower... Which do you prefer and how often? Did you know that our bathing habits are often linked to our sensory thresholds? Have you considered the different sensory…

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Touch
Sensory Stories # 86: Casual touch for sensory seekers vs sensory avoiders

By Marieta du Toit | 26 May, 2023

Today Marieta explores the different sensory thresholds of sensory seekers vs sensory avoiders in the touch system. Watch her vlog as she highlights some of the differences in thresholds and…

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Sensory Stories # 85: How to reduce noise in your homeworking office

By Marieta du Toit | 18 May, 2023

Do you need help reducing noise in your homeworking environment? Watch Marieta's vlog to hear about her experience of setting up her home office to meet her sensory needs as…

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Sensory Stories # 84: How to remove car rattles and have a pleasant driving experience

By Annemarie Lombard | 17 May, 2023

Have you ever driven in a car with a rattling sound... it drives some people mad and yet others don't even hear it. Have you ever thought about why that…

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Sensory Stories # 83: Face-to-face vs virtual engagements

By Marieta du Toit | 26 April, 2023

Today, Marieta talks about face-to-face versus online or digital engagements. As a sensory root, an individual with low sensory thresholds, Marieta prefers online or digital engagements especially when it comes…

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Sensory Stories # 82: Do you prefer face-to-face or digital engagements?

By Annemarie Lombard | 26 April, 2023

In this video, will take a Sensory Intelligence™ approach to looking at the difference between engaging face-to-face versus digitally or online. We use many of our senses when we are…

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Sensory Stories # 81: The Sensory Matrix™ Assessment updates

By Annemarie Lombard | 19 April, 2023

In this video, Annemarie provides an overview of the updates made to the Sensory Matrix™ questionnaire, now version 3, following her validation research study. The study reviewed all 120 questions based…

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Sensory Stories # 80: Senses@Work™ launch

By Annemarie Lombard | 14 April, 2023

We have big news! Sensory Intelligence® is launching our new assessment site and with that, our new product called Senses@Work™. Senses@Work™ measures your sensory thresholds - are you sensitive or…

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Sensory Stories # 79: SAS launch

By Annemarie Lombard | 12 April, 2023

Today is the 11th of April 2023, a very important date for us at Sensory Intelligence® as we officially shut down our legacy sensory assessment site. We are moving over…

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Sensory Stories # 78: Research and sensory style data

By Annemarie Lombard | 31 March, 2023

Annemarie is on the data buzz today, in this latest vlog she delves into her research into Sensory Intelligence™, sensory thresholds and sensory wiring - she is sharing her true…

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Sensory Stories # 77: Personal space throughout my career

By Marieta du Toit | 10 March, 2023

This week, we are continuing the conversation on personal space. In this video I give you a little glimpse into my career to illustrate how an understanding of "personal space"…

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Sensory Stories # 76: Personal Space

By Annemarie Lombard | 7 March, 2023

Touch is sent to and processed by your brain via receptors located throughout your skin. It is the main sensory system that directs your personal-space choices. In order to feel…

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Sensory Stories # 75: My personal journey with hybrid- and home working

By Marieta du Toit | 17 February, 2023

In this video, Marieta shares her personal journey with hybrid- and home-working. Before joining the Sensory Intelligence® team, she worked as an occupational therapist. She talks about her experience of…

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Sensory Stories # 74: My personal journey with home working

By Annemarie Lombard | 14 February, 2023

Hybrid working is the new norm post the pandemic and for us at Sensory Intelligence®, the same thing is true. This new way of working has created endless opportunities for…

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Sensory Stories # 73: Communication preference based on sensory styles

By Marieta du Toit | 9 February, 2023

In this vlog, Marieta talks about meetings and communication styles specifically in the work setting. In the previous video, Annemarie speaks about her preference for face-to-face communication as a sensory…

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Sensory Stories # 72: Meetings and communication based on your sensory style

By Annemarie Lombard | 7 February, 2023

What is your preferred communication style? Is it face-to-face, by email, via web chat, messaging... ultimately communication is about getting the message across efficiently, and productivity always comes first. In…

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Sensory Stories # 71: Understanding your senses at work – seekers vs avoiders

By Marieta du Toit | 21 January, 2023

In this video, Marieta delves into the topic of senses at work. She looks at the difference that offices or workspaces can have on our unique sensory thresholds. She talks…

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Sensory Stories # 70: Understanding your senses at work.

By Annemarie Lombard | 17 January, 2023

Work is a reality for most and even if you don't work, you still operate in an environment. In any work environment we see, we hear, we smell, we taste,…

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Sensory Stories # 69: Making holiday destinations work best for you

By Marieta du Toit | 20 December, 2022

Everyone has a favorite holiday destination but they usually have tales of bad holidays as well. Marieta explores holiday options for sensory roots! Listen to her video to see how…

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Sensory Stories # 68: Choosing the best-fit holiday destination

By Annemarie Lombard | 13 December, 2022

Have you ever thought about why you choose the holiday destination you choose or why you choose who you choose to travel with? Annemarie looks at our pre-disposed sensory thresholds…

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Sensory Stories # 67: Choosing stores that you like – Root view

By Marieta du Toit | 16 November, 2022

Marieta takes a look at shopping from a low sensory threshold, root perspective - an interesting contrast to Annemarie's previous vlog as a high threshold leaf. You'll find her in…

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Sensory Stories # 66: Choosing stores/shops according to your sensory thresholds

By Annemarie Lombard | 16 November, 2022

What type of shop do you enjoy? Have you ever given it some thought? In this video, Annemarie describes her shopping experiences and choices as someone with a high threshold,…

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Sensory Stories # 65: How to choose the best restaurant if you’re easily overwhelmed

By Marieta du Toit | 20 October, 2022

How to choose the best restaurant if you’re easily overwhelmed...Do the sounds of coffee machines drive you mad? Do you avoid social gatherings because of busy restaurants? Knowing your sensory…

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Sensory Stories # 64: How to choose the best restaurant…

By Annemarie Lombard | 19 October, 2022

Choosing which restaurant to go to can be challenging, especially when there are so many choices. Some are good, some are bad, some are vibey, some are quiet... and I'm…

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Sensory Stories # 63: What to do if shopping malls overwhelm you…

By Marieta du Toit | 13 October, 2022

Does going to a shopping mall cause you to feel overwhelmed? As a sensory root - a sensory avoider - Marieta shares some insight into how you can empower yourself…

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Sensory Stories # 62: Shopping choices and how sensory leaves do it

By Annemarie Lombard | 12 October, 2022

What kind of a shopper are you? Do you enjoy a busy mall with lots of activity, or shopping at the neighbourhood corner store, or do you prefer shopping online…

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Sensory Stories # 61: Why would you never get a tattoo? The answer may lie in your sensory wiring.

By Marieta du Toit | 7 October, 2022

In this video, Marieta considers the view that sensory avoiders, those with low sensory thresholds, may have on tattoos. Learn to think differently about the sensory wiring that makes us…

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Sensory Stories # 60: Why do you love getting a tattoo? The answer may lie in your sensory wiring.

By Annemarie Lombard | 4 October, 2022

Why do some people love getting a tattoo and others don't? In this episode, Annemarie explores whether your sensory wiring may be a factor in deciding whether to get a…

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Sensory Stories # 59: Why you might not enjoy gardening as a result of your sensory thresholds

By Marieta du Toit | 30 September, 2022

Is gardening for you or not? Gardening gloves on or off? In this episode, Marieta explores our sensory thresholds when it comes to working in the garden. Listen to what…

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Sensory Stories # 58: How to pack your dishwasher based on your sensory thresholds

By Annemarie Lombard | 29 September, 2022

How do you pack your dishwasher? I'm sure that's a question that you haven't put much thought into. How does a person with high sensory thresholds do it? Why might…

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Sensory Stories # 57: Sensory Intelligence® and OCD

By Marieta du Toit | 15 September, 2022

Do you find yourself struggling to break free of obsessive thoughts or repetitive compulsions? Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is more common than you might think. Studies estimate that around 1-2% of the…

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Sensory Stories # 56: How to reduce distractions in ADHD

By Annemarie Lombard | 14 September, 2022

Have you been diagnosed with ADHD? Do you find that daily distractions are ruining your day-to-day productivity? Then watch Annemarie's vlog to gain insight into our Sensory Intelligence® view. Firstly,…

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Sensory Stories # 55: Sensory Intelligence® and Dementia/Alzheimer’s disease

By Marieta du Toit | 6 September, 2022

This weekend, Marieta visited a family member in a facility specifically catering for people with Dementia and Alzheimer's disease. This got her thinking about the importance of how we care…

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Sensory Stories # 54: Autism spectrum disorder and their sensory worlds

By Annemarie Lombard | 6 September, 2022

In this video, Annemarie talks about the sensory side to autism spectrum disorder  (ASD). After working as a therapist for children with ASD for 15 years, she began working with adults as…

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Sensory Stories # 53: Neurodiversity – we are all just different

By Annemarie Lombard | 31 August, 2022

In this episode, Annemarie talks about a very prominent buzz word - neurodiversity. This makes us happy as occupational therapists at Sensory Intelligence® Consulting, as we've always played in the…

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Sensory Stories # 52: Sensory Intelligence® for depression

By Marieta du Toit | 26 August, 2022

Today, Marieta explains how Sensory Intelligence® promotes wellness strategies to help cope with depression and stress. About 280 million people worldwide suffer from depression, a very sad statistic and one…

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Sensory Stories # 51: Sensory Intelligence® for anxiety

By Marieta du Toit | 23 August, 2022

In this video, Marieta talks about sensory strategies you can use every day to help cope with anxiety. She discusses sensory snacks, sensory diets and sensory ergonomics. These are all…

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Sensory Stories # 50: Sensory Intelligence® and trauma

By Annemarie Lombard | 18 August, 2022

The world is filled with distractions and irritations, making it easy to become sensory overloaded. While this is true for all of us, it is exponentially worse for people suffering…

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Sensory Intelligence
Sensory Stories # 49: The Neuroscience of Sensory Intelligence®

By Annemarie Lombard | 16 August, 2022

The brain is the most complex object in the universe. We have 100 billion nerve cells with infinite connections in our brains…. isn't that amazing?! Sensory Intelligence® is fully rooted in…

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Sensory Stories # 48: Fussy adult eaters exist too

By Marieta du Toit | 4 August, 2022

In the previous vlog, Annemarie talked about fussy eating in children and gave some advice on how to address it. Marieta takes a different angle in this video, where she…

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Sensory Stories # 47: How to get your toddler to try new food

By Annemarie Lombard | 2 August, 2022

Today we are talking about food again! Annemarie has worked with children with sensory issues for many years and in this video, she shares some tips for parents having difficulty…

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Sensory Stories # 46: Breakaways… to bike or not to bike?

By Marieta du Toit | 28 July, 2022

A lot of people love to get away, to go on a trip and explore a new place. Watch this vlog to hear Marieta talk about travelling from the perspective…

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Sensory Stories # 45: Breakaways… planned or spontaneous?

By Marieta du Toit | 26 July, 2022

Most people love any opportunity they can get to go exploring and take a trip... so let's talk about breakaways! What type of a planner are you? Are you a…

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Sensory Stories # 44: The texture of chickpeas… do you love it or hate it?

By Annemarie Lombard | 19 July, 2022

How do you feel about the texture of chickpeas... do you love it or hate it? Different people process and respond to textures differently. When our mouth encounters the texture…

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Sensory Stories # 43: The flavour burst of a kumquat

By Annemarie Lombard | 19 July, 2022

Today Annemarie takes a sensory spin on kumquats, citrus fruits that are known for their explosion of flavour! She shares her experience as a sensory seeker, an individual with high…

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Sensory Stories # 42: Renovations… a sensory nightmare

By Marieta du Toit | 13 July, 2022

In this video, Marieta shares her experience as a sensory avoider - someone with low sensory thresholds - being amidst the chaos of home renovations. She talks about the distractions, irritations…

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Sensory Stories # 41: Sport spectator… live at the stadium or at home on TV?

By Marieta du Toit | 8 July, 2022

What is your favourite sport to watch? Do you prefer watching it live at the stadium or on TV in the comfort of your own home? In this video, Marieta…

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Sensory Stories # 40: Perfume/s for roots and leaves

By Marieta du Toit | 30 June, 2022

Today, Marieta talks about the influence of sensory thresholds on choosing perfume. You may be a sensory avoider, someone who has low sensory thresholds who prefers predictability, or you may…

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Sensory Stories # 39: Detail default slowing down information intake

By Marieta du Toit | 15 June, 2022

Today, Marieta talks about information... are you a hoarder or a detailed processor? Watch her vlog to learn more about how different members of a team have unique sensory wiring,…

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Sensory Stories # 38: Information hoarding mixed with a bit of FOMO

By Annemarie Lombard | 14 June, 2022

Today, Annemarie talks about information hoarding, particularly from her perspective as a sensory seeker. As someone with high thresholds, she often seeks stimulation whether it be by reading articles, research…

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Sensory Stories # 37: Comfort vs boredom eaters

By Marieta du Toit | 9 June, 2022

Do you often eat when you're bored? Do you eat for comfort? Watch Marieta's vlog to learn more about your sensory wiring and the role it plays in your eating…

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Sensory Stories # 36: Boredom or comfort eater?

By Annemarie Lombard | 7 June, 2022

Food is required for our body and brain to function... and it tastes good! However, if we are what we eat, then surely we want to eat and be healthy.…

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Sensory Stories # 35: Fear of flying and low sensory thresholds

By Marieta du Toit | 19 May, 2022

Are you a nervous flyer or do you love the freedom of being amongst the clouds? In this video, Marieta shares her experience of flying from a sensory root perspective.…

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Sensory Stories # 34: Flying – love it or hate it?

By Annemarie Lombard | 17 May, 2022

In this video, Annemarie shares her experience of flying on an aeroplane from her perspective as a sensory seeker, someone with high sensory thresholds. If you think about being on…

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Sensory Stories # 33: Tea flavours and choices

By Marieta du Toit | 11 May, 2022

In this vlog, Marieta shares her morning routine and the role that tea plays in setting her up for the day ahead. There are so many flavours to choose from…

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Sensory Stories # 32: Coffee flavours

By Annemarie Lombard | 10 May, 2022

What type of coffee do you choose - which brand, what flavour? Do you always order the same type? Is your coffee stash all the same flavour and same brand?…

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Sensory Stories # 31: JOMO – why missing out isn’t always good for sensory avoiders

By Marieta du Toit | 4 May, 2022

"JOMO" - joy of missing out. In this video, Marieta talks about the dangers of giving into JOMO from the perspective of a sensory avoider. As a sensory root (someone…

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Sensory Stories # 30: The pressure cooker and sensory seeking dangers

By Annemarie Lombard | 3 May, 2022

In this video, Annemarie talks about sensory seeking and its associated dangers. She shares a personal story about burning her hand while using a pressure cooker and how it reminded…

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Sensory Stories # 29: Clothing – choosing your shoes, hats and jackets

By Marieta du Toit | 28 April, 2022

Marieta continues Annemarie's discussion about clothing choices and shares her perspective as a sensory root. As a sensory avoider, Marieta prefers less sensory input because that keeps her calmer, more…

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Sensory Stories # 28: Clothing – how to choose colour, texture and style

By Annemarie Lombard | 26 April, 2022

Whenever we choose clothing to wear, one considers three things: colour, texture and style. Colour is processed by the visual system while texture is processed by the tactile system. Both…

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Sensory Stories # 27: The mountain as a place to calm your brain and senses

By Annemarie Lombard | 19 April, 2022

Today, Annemarie is in the mountains. Surrounded by trees and nature, she offers her perspective of why mountains provide a calming space. She finds that the greenery and natural elements…

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Sensory Stories # 26: Choosing the sea to calm your senses, your brain and your stress levels

By Annemarie Lombard | 19 April, 2022

Why do so many people find the sea calming? In this vlog, Annemarie explores what makes the sea calming and why many people find it helps relieve stress and calm…

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Sensory Stories # 25: Hairstyles – long, short, curvy, wispy, bold, sleek…

By Annemarie Lombard | 8 April, 2022

The topic today is hairstyles - this may seem arbitrary, but Annemarie explains that your hairstyle is a product of your sensory thresholds. How we present our hair is a…

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Sensory Stories # 24: Cats or dogs – which pet do you prefer and why?

By Annemarie Lombard | 5 April, 2022

Are you a cat or dog person? Animals are sensory beings. Cats are typically quieter and more contained - they only approach you when they are ready and willing, preferring…

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Sensory Stories # 23: Shopping malls or internet shopping

By Annemarie Lombard | 1 April, 2022

Where do you prefer to shop? Why do you think that is? In this video, Annemarie talks about how our sensory thresholds contribute to our choices and behaviours. Sensory avoiders…

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Sensory Stories # 22: Jewellery – are you making the right choices?

By Annemarie Lombard | 29 March, 2022

What kind of jewellery do you choose to wear? Why do you make those choices? In today's vlog, Annemarie shares that the answers may lie in your unique sensory thresholds.…

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Sensory Stories # 21: Crowds can be sensory overloading…

By Annemarie Lombard | 25 March, 2022

Today we're talking about crowds - loads of people together in one space. This could be sporting events, outdoor markets, busy shopping malls, concerts or even fairs. Do you like…

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Sensory Stories # 20: Home or office – which is your sweet spot?

By Annemarie Lombard | 22 March, 2022

In this video, Annemarie talks about hybrid working and her experience in a co-working space. Where are you most productive? Do you prefer to work from home where you can…

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Sensory Stories # 19: I killed a fly

By Annemarie Lombard | 16 March, 2022

Have you ever had a bad sensory day? Well today Annemarie shares a funny story about her auditory sensory irritations. Watch the video to learn more about our individual sensory…

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Sensory Stories # 18: Headphones and/or earphones… which one do you prefer and why?

By Annemarie Lombard | 9 March, 2022

Earphones versus headphones... which do you prefer and why? In this video, Annemarie discusses this with a particular focus on personal comfort and sensory threshold-based preferences. Wearing earphones and/or headphones…

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Sensory Stories # 17: Musical preferences

By Annemarie Lombard | 9 March, 2022

Today Annemarie talks about music - a phenomenal tool that all of us can benefit from. The therapeutic qualities of music are extraordinary. We all play around with music to…

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Sensory Stories # 16: Sounds and noises – do you turn the volume up or down?

By Annemarie Lombard | 8 March, 2022

So today we're talking about sound. Some people prefer loud noises while others prefer calm noise or even silence. This describes our unique sensory thresholds. Our senses are important for…

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Sensory Stories # 15: Subtitles

By Annemarie Lombard | 2 March, 2022

The topic of the day is subtitles. Subtitles aid the process of understanding a message - you are not just hearing but seeing and reading - a perfect example of multi-sensory…

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Sensory Stories # 14: Podcasts versus video

By Annemarie Lombard | 1 March, 2022

Podcasts versus videos... which do you prefer? In this video, Annemarie shares her personal struggles with podcasts as a sensory seeker. She prefers videos where she can process visual as well…

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Sensory Stories # 13: There’s an onion in my fridge

By Annemarie Lombard | 25 February, 2022

Previously Annemarie promised some interesting stories about choices that we make, well here it is... she has an onion in her fridge. Are you someone who puts the rest of…

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Sensory Stories # 12: Making personal choices based on your sensory thresholds

By Annemarie Lombard | 22 February, 2022

Today is all about personal choices... Do you like loud music or do you prefer quieter music? Do you like going to a busy mall or prefer online shopping? Do…

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Sensory Stories # 11: The 7 senses, the sensory barcode and your unique individuality

By Annemarie Lombard | 18 February, 2022

In this vlog, Annemarie talks about her company's logo - the Sensory Intelligence® sensory barcode includes seven colors to represent the seven senses. Our barcode resembles the uniqueness and individuality…

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Sensory Stories # 10: The lessons COVID-19 taught us about business and being resilient

By Annemarie Lombard | 15 February, 2022

In this vlog, Annemarie shares a personal story to motivate and possibly reframe your thoughts about the impact of COVID-19. The pandemic has been such a global disruptor and we…

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Sensory Stories # 9: Mental health and wellbeing for the workplace

By Annemarie Lombard | 10 February, 2022

Covid-19 has been a global disrupter, the world of business and the world of healthcare will probably never be the same again. In the world of business, homeworking has been…

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Sensory Stories # 8: How Sensory Intelligence® changed my life

By Annemarie Lombard | 25 January, 2022

Annemarie gives a short introduction to Sensory Intelligence® and the influence it has had on her life. She also shares how we as humans are diverse, individual and unique. Understanding…

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Sensory Stories # 7: Why I vlog

By Annemarie Lombard | 4 February, 2022

In this video, Annemarie shares a more personal journey of the final connection she made with her PhD supervisor (Dr Ruth Watson) 6 weeks before she passed away. Neither of…

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Sensory Stories # 6: Sensory terminology – Sensory thresholds, Sensory Matrix™, Sensory Tree™

By Annemarie Lombard | 1 February, 2022

In this video, Annemarie gives a quick introduction to the three core terms we use here at Sensory Intelligence®. Sensory thresholds: your level of sensitivity or seeking behaviours; how you…

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Sensory Stories # 5: Why walking is good for you and a preferred sport for some people

By Marieta du Toit | 27 January, 2022

In this vlog, Marieta talks about her preference for walking instead of running, particularly from the perspective of a sensory root. As a sensory avoider with low thresholds, she seeks…

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Sensory Stories # 4: Trail running

By Annemarie Lombard | 25 January, 2022

In this vlog, Annemarie shares her love for trail running as a sensory leaf (referring to our very popular Sensory Tree™ concept). She explores how this sport suits her as…

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Sensory Stories # 3: The 7 senses in sport

By Annemarie Lombard | 19 January, 2022

Annemarie explores the 7 senses namely touch, visual, auditory, smell, taste, vestibular, and proprioception. Watch this video to learn more about the senses and how they relate to the world of…

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Sensory Stories # 2: Running

By Annemarie Lombard | 16 January, 2022

In the previous video, Annemarie spoke about her anxiety-provoking experience of scuba diving. Today she describes a different sport - one which she finds much more enjoyable. Running suits her…

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Sensory Stories # 1: Scuba diving as a sporting choice

By Annemarie Lombard | 14 January, 2022

What is your favourite sport? Have you ever thought of scuba diving? In this video, Annemarie shares her personal experience of scuba diving and why this is not her preferred…

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Practitioners Course Linked In Event 3: March 2023

By Annemarie Lombard | 3 March, 2023

Did you know that positive relationships are the #1 contributor to health and prosperity? In this video, our 3rd Sensory Intelligence® introduction session, Dr Annemarie Lombard introduces you to the…

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Practitioners Course Linked In Event 2: January 2023

By Annemarie Lombard | 27 January, 2023

Did you know 30% of people work best from home - are you one of them? In this, our 2nd Sensory Intelligence™ introduction session, Dr Annemarie Lombard introduces you to…

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Practitioners Course Linked In Event 1: December 2022

By Annemarie Lombard | 9 December, 2022

Self-development and building your practice are important for growth and expansion whether a Wellness Practitioner, Coach, HR, or Counsellor. During this event, we introduce you to how Sensory Intelligence® can assist…

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