Happy Senso stimulates all senses at the touch of the pump! This revolutionary tool makes everybody smile every time they use it.
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What is it?
Happy Senso stimulates all senses at the touch of the pump! This revolutionary tool makes everybody smile every time they use it. Happy Senso multisensory gel is made for everyone, young and not so young, in all kinds of settings and for people of any level of function. It is intuitive, accessible, and fuss-free.
How does it work?
Exactly like shaving cream! After shaking the can, push the nozzle so the gel comes out onto someone’s hands, arms, under their feet, etc. It’s that simple. Just wait for the smile! The user will immediately feel the effect the gel provides. It is nice to look at, smells great, feels cool, and as soon as you put your hands together, hundreds of bubbles crack and pop for an incredible experience. It is magic!
Is it safe?
Happy Senso meets all Canadian health standards in addition to being tested by professionals in Europe for several years with clients with special needs! No reason to do without!
Live the Experience!
This is a very nice accessible technique to start with for the first time when there are questions about whether someone might find the experience too intense or too powerful. Spray the Happy Senso on to the table in the amount desired by you and feel with your finger or your whole hand what happens when you touch and press the gel. A very minimal amount that you hardly see can be a great way to start. The person who is going to experience it has full control over how much and when they will experience it themselves and can build it by themselves. There are also many situations in which this technique works very pleasantly and conveniently.
Hold the can to determine the correct position to spray the Happy Senso on the mirror. As you can see the nozzle is sloping, the angled portion of the spray heads against the mirror and press the pressure surface of the can. You will see the gel on the mirror slowly going down. Press into the gel and feel what happens.
Many different exercises are possible with the hands, which often also run together more or less at the same time. The basic trick to get the most effect and pleasure out of it is to use Happy Senso as calmly as possible by moving the hands as slowly as possible. Below are hand movements in order of intensity:
1. Keeping Happy Senso on 1 hand and doing nothing further with it is mainly something to see, otherwise nothing happens. It mainly has a cooling effect, very low intensity.
2. Then keeping 2 hands easily together has the effect that you will start to hear and feel the Happy Senso effect.
3. Slowly rubbing the hands together makes the intensity and effect increase.
4. Making a fist out of 1 hand(or 2 of course) gives more sound and stimuli. This is further reinforced by squeezing it.
5. What could be and extra option is to hold the hand like a fist next to the ears and listen. Doing this together/ with each other’s ears is another great option.
Feet (also interesting in a group setting)
The first option is to spray the Happy Senso on the ground (on an even surface) and press the bare sole on to the multisensory gel. Beware of slippery floor. The second option is to apply some Happy Senso on the hand and massage the feet with it.
The Happy Handshake (also interesting in a group setting)
It provides a very nice moment of mutually contact. It can be applied both one on one or in a group. Spray a scoop Happy Senso in the middle of the palm of your hand the size of a grape. Then give the other person your hand. See the picture for the right position in the hand. This exercise is extremely popular because of the mutual contact. At the same time this way of use can be experience as very intense, so one to never just start with someone new as a first exercise.
Leg / arm
Spray the Happy Senso on the leg or arm. Start with the amount of a grape (or less), whenever more is desirable, that is always possible. The upside of the arm feels less intense then the inside of the hand.
If the hand is too intense to start with this a good option to get used to the feeling to be able to swich on to new options. It is also beautiful as just an experience, because you can massage somebody with it.
The Circle of contact (can be done individual)
First sit in a circle together and give everyone a tap of Happy Senso in the right hand and ask to them to gently divide this over the hand. The slower they do it, the more fun it will produce later (optional you can ask them to make a fist of their hands and hold them by their ears to hear the sound as well).
Then they give their neighbors a hand so that they form a circle together with each other. One person starts the exercise by lightly squeezing the hand of the left neighbor and passes on the squeeze in the direction of the clock to his / her neighbor. Afterwards they rub their hands until the hands are dry and then the exercise is finished.
Walking (can be done individual)
First draw a line on the floor with the Happy Senso of about 2 meters. Put everyone in a row where the line starts. This exercise can be done on bare feet (beware of slipperiness) or with socks on. By trying out both options, you will experience the difference and what preferences you may have. The first person steps over the line step by step with his feet. This can be more of a challenge for one than for the other. If it is more difficult, someone can walk along for support. When you're done, you can sit down (on the floor or on a chair) and rub your feet dry with your hands. You can also take a towel and remove the excess Happy Senso, you do not need to rinse off)
Crawling (can be done in a one on one setting)
Draw a line on the floor with the Happy Senso of about 2 meters. Put everyone in a row where the line starts. The body position is on hands and knees. You walk over the line crawling with one hand over the other. With your knees you crawl along the line. When you're done, just rub your hands until they are dry again, or if you have a bit much on your hands, you can rub it off with a towel. You do not need to rinse with water.