Sensory Art is based on nonscientific research, psychological theory and expressive art therapy. Practicing sensory art focuses on the brain is capacity to adapt and develop pathways to learning through stimulation of the senses.
Sensory art activities have been shown to produce changes in the brain that reflect improvements in enhanced attention skills and cognition with participants often showing significant gains in emotional awareness, communication, coping, emotional awareness, creative thinking and sensory information processing.
The sensory art program also involves the fine tuning of fine and gross motor ability, visual and hand eye coordination.
Kapiti Art Therapy offers Sensory Art programs for individuals, groups and community based programs.
For more Information about Sensory Art Therapy please go to KapitiArtTherapy.com
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