Is Covid getting you down? Feeling a bit stir crazy from lockdown? Do you feel the need to try something different to clear your mind?
Try our Equihands program in virtual reality. Our introductory session gives you a sense of what Equihands is about and allows you to determine if it might be a program for you longer-term. If you do decide that it is the program for you, we set out to design a program just for you. As everyone is different, the introductory session is designed so that together we can determine what outcomes you want to achieve. We then design a customised program to suit your needs.
How does the introductory session work?
Start by clicking on the Book Now button, which will take you to our booking system to schedule a session. We require a 14-day lead time, therefore, when scheduling your session, start by looking out 14 days for availability. The reason for the 14-day lead time is because we post you an ‘experience‘ package in the mail, and due to Covid-19, we need to allow for delays in mail delivery service. Once you receive your package, read the Welcome letter and follow the instructions. On the day of your booked session, click on the zoom link that you have been provided in an email and our session will begin. It’s that easy.
The added bonus is that you will have access to the virtual reality videos to watch anytime forever.
Here is what you will receive in your ‘experience‘ package:
- an Equihands branded cardboard virtual reality viewer that you keep,
- instructions for how to access your virtual reality videos on a private Youtube channel,
- a welcome letter explaining how the online session will run and some activities for you to complete in preparation for the session, and
- an Equihands branded mug so that we can share a cuppa together in our online session.
As watching virtual reality videos isn’t for everyone, you have the option of viewing the videos in 360 OR in virtual reality.
What is the difference between 360 degree video and virtual reality video?
360 videos can be watched on a computer or any mobile device. You can pan around the video using a mouse or touchscreen to see a complete 360 degree view. Virtual reality videos require a viewer or special headset to give you a more ‘real’ experience. What you see will seem like 3D – almost like you can touch what is in front of you. Sometimes virtual reality can make you dizzy or feel a little bit nauseous. Therefore, we recommend that you be seated when watching virtual reality videos and that viewing is limited to no more than 10 minutes at a time.
Note: if you are using an Apple iPhone, you must have iOS 9 or later to be able to play virtual reality videos.
Still not quite sure about this Introductory Session, send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 0490 055 984 to discuss.