Escape rooms improve mindfulness.
If there’s a buzzword in contemporary psychology today it’s “mindfulness.” We all want to remember what it’s like to live in the moment. Actress-turned-writer Goldie Hawn has published books on the topic and leads seminars for children and adults. Hawn wrote that, ““Mindful awareness is simply paying attention to what is happening now.” Room to Escape provides an environment where mindfulness is possible.
Try an hour-long escape room experience and remember what it’s like to live in the moment!
Escape rooms encourage teamwork.
In an escape room, up to twelve players work together to find their way out. This requires us to open our minds to the ideas, opinions, and talents of others. Teamwork means thinking in new ways and bringing diverse ideas into reality.
According to an article published in Scientific American, the teamwork of early humans is what made today’s advanced cognition possible. Go, team!
Escape rooms use your WHOLE brain.
Finding clues, solving ciphers, and cracking codes is so fun, you might not even notice how much brain power you’re generating! You’ll draw upon math skills you’d forgotten and bring your critical thinking abilities to the forefront of your mind. Your memory comes into play when you’re putting clues together. Hand-to-eye coordination is essential for opening locks. You’ll challenge your own visual perception and that of your teammates.
Room to Escape is like a full-brain workout. We hope you’ll leave feeling even smarter than when you came in!
Do something good for your brain today – Book a game at Room to Escape!