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Wineglass Bay

How long has it been since you last went to the beach? Too long! Now you can visit beautiful Australian beaches, without all the hassle... only in virtual reality.

Northern Lights

See the dazzling aurora borealis (northern lights) as if you were really there. Underneath a vast and beautiful starry sky... only in virtual reality. 

Above the Clouds

Free yourself from the worries of every day life. Waft through beautiful white clouds... only in virtual reality.

Under the Sea

Disappear in the cool blue waters of Egypt's Red Sea. Immerse yourself in the vast beautiful ocean for as long as you want... only in virtual reality.

Forest Creek

Surround yourself with lush, sun-dappled forests with gently flowing streams... only in virtual reality.

Crystal Falls

Ever wanted to know how it feels like to go and stand behind a waterfall? Well now you can... only in virtual reality.

Dandelion Field

Take in the beauty of fields of bright yellow flowers, atop gently rolling hills... only in virtual reality.


What would it feel like to go to the moon? It's almost like you're there... only in virtual reality.


Lofoten Islands

12 Apostles 

Gaze over a beautiful vast ocean at the 12 Apostles, Australia. See the waves as they gently move towards the limestone cliffs, far in the distance below... only in virtual real​ity.

Fantail Falls

Fern Bern


Virtual Reality 


● Virtual Reality technology has existed since the 1960s, and been used in

healthcare, education, military training, and architecture.

● Although popular for gaming, it has been used to help in the treatment of

phobias, addictions, eating disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD),

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and to reduce the levels of pain during

medical procedures.

● It has a well established history of treating anxiety-related disorders.


● Virtual reality creates what is termed as ‘sense of presence’ that makes you

feel you are physically inside the virtual environment.

● Visiting a virtual beach can create the same reactions, thoughts and feelings

as if you were really at the beach.

● Relax VR features virtual natural environments and meditation which have

both been shown to activate the parasympathetic nervous system.

● They work to reduce cortisol and adrenaline levels in the bloodstream,

increasing brain waves in the slow theta range.

● These changes create a positive mood, and the feeling of being highly relaxed.



● Meditation as a practice has existed for over 3,500 years.

● It’s earliest references are found in the Vedas of India, and it was

subsequently embraced by all major cultures around the world - from the

Roman Empire, to the Zen Buddhists of Japan, to the Sufis of the Middle East,

to the Eastern & Western Christian traditions of Europe.

● Today more secular forms of meditation have come to the fore, such as those

used in Relax VR, that derive from the yogic traditions of India.


● Meditation and breathing techniques can help reduce anxiety, stress, fatigue

and depression.

● They are highly recommended for insomnia, and when practiced regularly

can increase productivity and focus.

Essential oils


● Essential Oils are one of the most important natural products derived from

plants for their various biological properties and medicinal uses. The first

records come from ancient India, Persia, and Egypt.

● Ancient Egyptians have used aromatic oils as early as 4500 BC in cosmetics

and ointments; while the first uses in China and India were recorded between

3000 and 2000 BC.

● In the 18th and 19th centuries, chemists started to document the active

components of medicinal plants and identified a variety of substances that

are considered to play an important role for their positive effects on health.


● Recent scientific studies have shown that essential oils are effective for

relaxation and anxiety relief, mood enhancement, balance and well-being.

● Essential oils are recommended for physical disorders associated with the

immune system dysfunction such as gastrointestinal disorders, allergies,

asthma, arthritis or skin disorders.

● Essential Oils have both antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.

Binaural Beats


● Binaural beats were discovered in 1839 by Heinrich Wilhelm Dove.

● The research about its effects on the brain began in the 1970s, when its

influence on human cognition was discovered.

● Today, binaural beats have started to be consolidated as a tool with health

benefits such as anxiety reduction and control over pain.


● Binaural beats and music reduce the levels of mental fatigue, anxiety, stress,

and pain.

● Its use is highly recommended in persons with hypertension as its use helps

reduce blood pressure.

● Scientific studies show its positive impact on cognitive functions like memory,

attention, and vigilance.