Sensa Balance Mat
Sensory Feedback Mat
100 Hundred 23mm cones in a 31cm x 31cm mat
EVA Hardness 30+ - Easy to clean
Average foot is stimulated by 21 to 28 AcuPoints
- Great for foot massage and reflexology.
- Excellent for children who have sensory issues.
- Excellent builder of motor skills for children with multiple terrain issues.
- Use it on your chair/wheelchair to avoid pressure points
A better choice than a cobblestone mat. You won't loose or break the cobbles! It also gives a gentler foot feel for those with sensitive feet.
- Aged Care
- Multiple Schlerosis
- Sensory Difficiencies
Mechanoreceptors are structures in the body that enable people to experience physical sensations. They feed tactile information to the brain so the brain can process it, providing information about objects in the environment people interact with, as well as vibrations in the air and other sources of physical sensation. There are a number of types of mechanoreceptors, designed to sense different kinds of tactile information, and these structures function in different ways. In disorders involving sensory sensitivity, people may have problems with their mechanoreceptors or the nerves that carry information from these structures to the brain.