SENSORTECH has been dedicated to the practice of light therapy for more than 25 years.
high performance instruments affecting the human being in an all-encompassing and holistic manner,
establishing a balance not only at the physical, but also at the mental and emotional levels.
Combining the effects of light, sound and colour, the systems developed by SENSORTECH create a multi-sensorial environment,
conducive to relaxation and harmony. Using a patented Light Modulation process, the technology developed by SENSORTECH
produces light pulsations which act on the brain in a gentle way to induce a state of well-being.
THE THERAPEUTIC BENEFITS OF LIGHT
The use of light and colour for therapeutic ends constitutes an art and a science which SENSORTECH
has perfected to a high degree of refinement with regard to the light therapy devices used in the Sensora and SensoSphere.
The Light Modulation process developed by SENSORTECH allows for the creation of light of an incomparable quality,
capable of inducing a state of well-being and relaxation, which also stimulates the healing process. According to their selection,
the range of colours and of frequencies emitted can induce relaxation, energy, wakefulness, balance or regeneration.
Benefits of light
Whether it be through sessions in the Sensora or from the ambient light of the SensoSphere, the following symptoms are among those that can benefit from contact with the light generated by the SENSORTECH instruments:
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Depressive state and burnout, seasonal affective disorder (SAD), chronic fatigue
Recovery, re-education, ergo therapy
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Anxiety, distress, mental tension
Chronic pain, fibromyalgia
Clinical study of Light Modulation
A clinical study* carried out specifically on the Light Modulation process as used in the Sensora has confirmed its beneficial influence
on the physiological and psychological aspects of the subjects. It has demonstrated that the projections of coloured light
have a positive effect in developing a greater sense of well-being and relaxation, as well a better sense of coherence and focus,
including a calming effect on negative moods. The study concludes: “Known to be linked to peak performance,
(this effect) has similarities with the meditation state and holds great potential for therapeutic integration.”