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When finding a healthy outlet to express emotions and release past trauma, we all have a preferred method that initiates healing. Some choose physical outlets such as exercise, while others prefer various forms of traditional therapy such as behaviour, cognitive, or psychotherapy in clinical settings. But what if there was a method that meshed the artistic expression of the mind and body movements and applied psychological theory and cognitive functions?

"Be still for one song (5 minutes) per day, close your eyes and breathe with the bell. Your mind will clear, your body will relax, and your life will change." The power of 5 minutes can change your life. But, unfortunately, with the constant busyness that every day brings, it can be hard to get a few minutes to yourself. But what could setting aside 5 minutes a day do for you? Well, 5 minutes of hype music can excite you, 5 minutes of silence can distill peace, and even 5 minutes of talking can help express built-up emotions.

We lack the mental clarity and a sense of presence needed to restore our minds and heal our bodies. This is why so many people today embraced the ancient practice of Yoga. Yoga can be traced back to Northern India 5000 years ago, which was used to bring harmony between mind and body. Since it was initially developed as a way to physically and spiritually prepare for guided meditation, it has evolved into a physical and mental exercise system designed to promote health and well-being.


faster to train than in a traditional class room environment

more confident to apply learned skills after virtual training

more emotionally connected to content than in classroom

more focused than their e-learning or classroom peers

We have all been the new employee at work; the struggle of remembering new policies, meeting new faces, and hours of training for unfamiliar tasks. Companies are so specific and how they want employees to execute a particular task, requiring quality trainers who are consistent across the board. Not only can teaching at a corporate approved level be difficult, but can also be costly.

Virtual reality has a big misconception of creating distance and attempting to replace human connectivity. In fact, VR can actually bring people closer together, the ultimate medium built around immersive interactivity. Keeping deep-rooted relationships in the physical world becomes more and more difficult due to uncontrollable factors, such as remote job opportunities or the COVID-19 pandemic. Creating a way for friends and family to stay connected is the primary goal of VR.

As the sophistication of the software becomes more advanced, universities, companies, and even individuals are utilizing the beneficial tools virtual reality plays into furthering the learning process. The future utilization of VR technology directs itself towards improving the quality of education available today.

There's always some hesitancy on how technology might positively and negatively affect us regarding any tech. While Virtual Reality has a host of positive benefits, let's look at five of the top pitfalls of virtual reality. These pitfalls include addiction prompts, fear of absorption, physical side effects, privacy infringement, and user mining. Addiction prompts in virtual reality are used through psychological tactics to keep a "user" engaged. The fact that people who entertain with video games are called "users" is already a red flag.