Rebound Therapy - a form of physiotherapy where we use trampolines to provide therapeutic exercises to people with a wide variety of disabilities and additional needs. By using our sensory equipment on our sunken trampolines (complete with hoist) we can offer therapeutic exercise to anyone with special needs who will benefit from sensory feedback, interaction and fun.
Disability Gymnastics - For children Cheshire Gymnastics run a specialist disability class at The Wingate Centre on Saturday afternoons between 3.30pm – 4.30pm. This is a small group class with a low coach to student ratio.
1-2-1’s - If your child’s or young adult’s disabilities are more profound or they prefer a quieter environment then we can offer individual classes (subject to availability). Our coaches can develop tailor-made programs incorporating gymnastics equipment and movement to extend fitness and mobility.
Cost: £5 per person + annual British Gymnastics membership (£17).
A coach-led club for children with a disability and their siblings. Trampolining is a fantastic way to keep fit, learn new skills and take on new challenges. Whist in the club participants have the opportunity to not only learn new skills on the trampoline but also to participate in some rebound therapy whilst working through both Wingate Awards and British Gymnastics Trampoline awards.
Sensory Room - Proven to benefit children with special needs, creating a stimulating yet calming atmosphere, our Sensory Room is ideal for children with sensory impairment and autism. Well equipped with bubble tube, projector and star carpet, ‘sound cushion’ for profoundly hearing impaired children, toys books and games the sensory room is accessible to wheelchairs and equipped with hoists.
Some of the benefits of Rebound Therapy include the development and improvement of strength, communication, co-ordination, independence, self-confidence, balance, eye-contact, relaxation, sense of achievement, stamina, awareness, social awareness, trust & confidence in Coach, fun & enjoyment. Gymnastics is particularly beneficial to children with disabilities as it encourages social interaction, promotes mobility and strength and the development of spatial awareness