Why clients choose us

We're breaking boundaries

Our centre is truly a world-first. We help people tick off bucket lists and breeze through the barriers of the physical world.

Innovative, immersive and a full sensory experience

The latest medical and therapeutic advances are inaccessible to the very children and adults they are designed for, despite the amazing benefits. Medical VR therapies should not be just for those already in the hospital, or the rich, or physically able. We want to change this.

Our goal is to bring VR therapies to those who would benefit most but are least likely to access it. We are the first social enterprise that provides VR therapies for kids with special needs and adults with disabilities. Medical VR is already available in hospitals and has shown amazing results. From supporting children through chemotherapy or physiotherapy to improving social and behavioural difficulties in autism – as well as reducing levels of pain, stress, depression and anxiety!

We're ticking off bucket lists

It's not just about therapy - it's about having fun and leaving with a smile on your face!

The future is here

Virtual reality (VR) is an interactive computer-generated experience taking place within a simulated environment, that incorporates mainly auditory and visual, but also other types of sensory feedback like haptic. This immersive environment can be similar to the real world or it can be fantastical, creating an experience that is not possible in ordinary physical reality.

and it’s amazing

Virtual reality therapy is the use of virtual reality technology for psychological and/or physical therapy. Those receiving virtual reality therapy navigate through digitally created environments. They can incorporate specially designed tasks tailored to treat a specific ailment or simply provide a relaxing and therapeutic environment.

The environment can be anything from the middle of the ocean to different galaxies or worlds. It is only limited by our imagination. Technology also can range from a simple PC and keyboard setup, to a modern virtual reality headset with accessories.


Travel & Explore

Improve well-being and reduce depression by travelling the world and explore life-changing experiences together. Walk down memory lane or travel to space! Visit anywhere in the world, explore coral reefs, museums, landmark locations and much more. Reignite your passion for life and start ticking off those bucket lists!

Art & Music

Experience a simulation of synesthesia, a mixing of senses, where you can see sounds and hear colors. Be serenaded by your favourite artists, relive your favourite concerts and have a go at conducting! Enjoy live music and transport yourself to the middle of an orchestra, or express yourself through painting and sculpting.

Health & Fitness

Meditate in forests, relax on the beach, or maybe you prefer waterfalls? A range of guided meditations help introduce mindfulness and relaxation, while swimming with dolphins provides a natural serotonin boosting therapy. Or maybe try some boxing? There's plenty of options to get your heart racing and body moving.

Animals & Nature

Swimming with dolphins is on most people’s bucket lists, and now it is available to everyone. From kittens to sharks, horses to elephants, immerse yourself in the animal kingdom like never before. Tours of nature allow people to wander the savannah of Africa or jungles of Madagascar

Oh it's just wonderful, absolutely wonderful. I thought I would never be able to do these things again, but look at me now. One day I'm walking around New York and the next I'm swimming with dolphins! Thank you so much.
Service User
Age UK
Myself and my 21 year old daughter who has special needs autism learning disability and chromosome deletion, spent the morning at the vr therapy centre . What an absolutely lovely experience. Friendly staff willing to take time and the level of support and understanding was outstanding . My daughter enjoyed the experience immensely and engaged with Ros. She really loved the driving vr experience. Thank you for a lovely afternoon.
Local mother
Rebecca Gill is leading the way by combining play and therapies for children with special needs and adults with disabilities.
Carly Roberts
Chronicle & Echo