Mind, body and soul are indivisible in modern consumer minds. People see well-being on a wider spectrum, encompassing all aspects of life.
Nature is perceived as the solution to a healthier, calmer life as well as respect for the body – and one’s time – and the surrounding environment.
The sensory garden is a place where each individual collects knowledge from nature that is finally recognised as being the source of energy and well-being at the service of our temple.
Nature is our source of well-being and beauty, our main duty is to protect and take care of it.