If an environment isn’t healing, then what is it?

Susan Mazer

Intentional Environment

The intentional environment is specifically designed to integrate the latest mind and body research into the physical and relational use of space. Consideration is given to: sound, lighting, color, partnership, access to nature, personal choice, communication, relationships, design, music, art, and aroma.

Details in the work environment such as ventilation, wall color, carpet and drapery fibers, graphics, background noise, space and traffic management, and lighting all influence worker attitude, creativity, and health.

Thoughtful, deliberate adjustments made today can profoundly enhance tomorrow’s productivity.

Benefits

  • Appropritate environment for work to be accomplished
  • Increased efficiency and productivity
  • Reduced health costs
  • Greater worker/client satisfaction and well-being