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About Julie Cichocki
Specialising design/installation/service or retro fit air/water/negative ions/acoustics/lighting for the real wellness building.Other
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Passionate about REAL wellness, creating a built environment that has a clinical proven and positive physiological effect on both mental and physical health of the occupants.
We consult & supply elite sport, premium spa, hospitality with hardware & intelligence for deliverable improvements in wellness. We begin with the built environment within which we work.
Forward thinking, progressive and measurable. Our technologies & systems are backed by published scientific & clinical data: we work with architects and construction companies, to design and Build a sustainable building that delivers therapy on many levels: acoustic, lighting, sanitation & hygiene, water, air, sound.
We specialise in negative ion systems that can come with ozone and filtration to simultaneously purify and charge the air circulation a space. Our water treatments help deliver safe wet areas as well as anti microbial/bacterial hard and soft areas. Our acoustic and lighting services then remove white noise and provide near-perfect natural light simulations, all proven to lower heart rate, remove stress and allow the body and mind to recover and regenerate. Sensor controlled and interfaces with all wearable technology, our systems can regulate circadian rhythms, restore deep sleep and awaken occupants at optimal point, in the most gentle way to help the body to be nurtured awake and delivered into the day, fully rested, alert, distressed and energised.
Retro fitting a negative ion air system to any existing system allows us to deliver wellness benefits to all buildings: corporate and domestic
For more info contact: [tel:07717-492391 07717-492391]
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