Slides, pool tables and the odd guitar lying on a hammock.

These are the typical amenities, facilities and activities you would likely find at a co-sharing space today. But you won’t find any of these at Headspace, Subang’s latest co-sharing space.

The reason is simple enough.

Headspace’s ultimate goal is to help you get things done in the shortest period of time possibleand that means zero distractions.   

A Distraction-Free Zone

What it provides instead is a 100% worry-free space. In fact, much thought has been put into the psychology of working, as well as in crafting a space which is quiet, with the right music, scent, lighting and furniture.  

Jessie, co-founder of Headspace noted that the name of the space stands for the headspace you gain after your mind gains clarity, peace and focus. “It’s the headspace that helps increase your work or study productivity tremendously”.

Hence, it helps that Headspace is also equipped with a WiFi speed of 100 Mbps.

The space can easily fit 55 pax at any given time and you can also look forward to a cool “ninja networking” opportunity.

Called the Hook-up Board (HUB), guests are able to post what they’re looking for on the board and the Headspace team will connect like-minded parties if there’s a match.

Cool Perks At A Cool Price

Headspace operates by a time-based concept where you’re essentially paying per minute—20 cents per minute at that. But, after you’ve surpassed the 90 minute-mark, it becomes a flat rate of RM18.

There’s a free flow of coffee, tea, ice cream, snacks, cakes and any food from the pantryself service of course.

That way, you won’t even need to leave the spacethat makes for even more productivity. But if need be, “outside food” is allowed at Headspace, preferably food without a strong smell as that could very easily distract someone. Ever had someone bring in warm food into an enclosed space before? Pure torture.

The Ultimate Goal

Ultimately, Headspace is not here to compete with the other co-sharing spaces out there with their fancy shmancy amenities and facilities.

In fact, stepping into Headspace, you would find that it’s only splashes of black and white on the walls. But again, this ties in to its concept of being a space which is largely distraction-free.

And where getting into a calm headspace is difficult these days, at the very least, this co-sharing space has that as its priority.

“We’re here with a mission to spread awareness on the importance of being human again,” Jessie stressed.

She noted how as humans, we require our own space. And considering how many Malaysians live with their parents or have their own little family unit, it helps to have a space they can head to in order to let all their worries go and just get down to business.

And that’s exactly the place that Headspace aims to be.  

Headspace

Address: 1, 1st Floor, Jalan SS15/8A, Subang Jaya

Website: Headspace

Tel: 017-683 1808

All Image Credit: Headspace

 
 
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