We offer listening-based wellbeing days for corporate clients and are developing prototype quiet pods that draw on soundscape research to offer staff a place to retreat to during the work day.
Research is confirming what many already know; that time spent quietly can improve our physical and mental health and has tremendous benefits for our communities. Yet, finding the time and space for quiet can be problematic and it can feel almost impossible to find any sense of stillness amidst the busyness and distraction of modern life.
Using contemplative arts practices, inclusive community-led projects and accessible technology, small silence supports people in overcoming these barriers, enabling and encouraging individuals to embed small silences into daily life. We are also engaged in promoting quiet space, through inclusive design and improved access.