Senses workshop with Sensory Trust and Arts University Plymouth!

We were delighted to be part of a Sensory Trust workshop with Arts University Plymouth this week in Central Park to help develop sensory trail concepts with their post-graduate students. We explored the park looking at how we could reveal hidden nature and connect to nature using all our senses. Not just the famous five, but other senses such as interoception (sense helps us understand our body’s internal sensations. This is the sense that helps us know if we’re hungry, thirsty, hot, cold, or any other feeling that begins within our bodies); proprioception (is your body's ability to sense movement, action, and location), and vestibularception (sense of balance)! Looking forward to see the sensory conceptions from the students in July!