Planning to head to Gardens By The Bay for a picnic or some fun at Children’s Festival? How about checking out the Wellness Sensorium? It is a multi-sensory pop-up with six zones to check out. They are guaranteed to have a calming and rejuvenating effect on visitors.
The Wellness Sensorium is part of Singapore Wellness Festival 2022, organised by Enterprise Singapore.
Head to the Meadow to check out the colourful space that is dedicated to your wellness.
Here’s more about the six zones!
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Wellness Sensorium at Gardens by the Bay
The crop circles made with stones might look a tad strange. It is actually a stone maze where one can engage in a mindful and creative stone stacking ritual. Just as you find the centre of gravity for each stone, pause and centre yourself.
Light & Sound Bath
Step in, close your eyes and take in the soothing waves of light and sound washing over you. Pause, listen and observe. The slow-moving coloured lights and ambient sound will help you to ease into a state of calm.
How about taking a seat at the dressing table, and pass a positive affirmation to a stranger.
Play at this playground and find your inner child. Read the messages on the platform and slide to remind yourself to smile, be kind to yourself and make yourself a priority.
Step on the pedals and spin to trigger interactive lights and music. Ride in sync with the other and find your tribe. The installation features music by American performance and sound artists Joshua-Michele Ross.
The centrepiece of the Wellness Sensorium is an installation inspired by origami. Celebrate the energy you bring into the world as you interact with the installation that lights up at night.
The Monument of Good Vibes
Doodle and write on the large installation! Inspire, encourage or just doodle since vandalising is permitted this time.
Classes at Masterclass Studio
Sign up for free wellness programmes including slow-stitch meditation, pilates, yoga, Hiit, nutrition talks or join mental health circles
For more details, click here.