Sensory Exercise is a great way to help you feel happier, more relaxed, and familiar with your body and how it works!
Providing sensory solutions
We all know that exercise is important. It can help you feel happier and more relaxed, and it also helps you become more familiar with your body and how it works!
Our Sensory Exercise collection gives you the perfect opportunity to bring the excitement of sensory play into your own home or garden.
In this section, you’ll be able to find lots of stimulating items and activities that will get you up and active whilst also allowing you to explore your senses.
A therapy ball with added fun! As the balls inside move around they create a deep sound adding greater rewards for movement.
Set of brightly coloured activity rings for countless motor activities.
The egg is unique in combining a lot of fun with both awareness of posture and the development of balancing skills.
Free standing low basketball net for disability-inclusive activities and smaller children.
Body Sox promotes body awareness, creative movement and provides the opportunity for a significant amount of stretchy sensory fun!
The Body Wheel is an exciting physical activity designed to challenge children of all ages. Set the wheel in motion to start developing your agility, strength and balance.
Our sturdily constructed sensory bouncing chair provides vestibular and proprioceptive input for children with a range of sensory processing disorders.
Our special needs swing seats offer full bodily support to provide calming vestibular and proprioceptive stimulation when swinging in a sensory room or garden.
This heavy-duty transparent tunnel will provide endless fun as children can wriggle through it, crawl through it or watch their friends inside.
Beanbags with written colour names. Set of 8.
The Floor Surfer combines play, movement, balance and the development of motor skills.
Our Galvanised Steel frame can be used inside or outside. Conveniently folds away for storage.
The Giant Air Balancing Board is ideal for strengthening muscles in the ankles, legs and upper body.
A great way of developing physical control, encouraging children to follow directions, and developing coordination and muscle control.
These stepping stones look and feel wobbly but this gives them an extra grip on smooth surfaces and bare feet.
The Light Bell Ball can be used for sensory play for visually impaired people alongside those visually abled (with the included blindfolds). The ball itself is made from strong foam, and its centre is filled with musical bells.
Grab yourself a colourful collection of Magic Scarves; they're perfect for imaginative sensory play and inspiring visually stimulating movement.
Jump, bounce, twizzle and twirl on your very own Mini Trampoline, burn off excess energy, build motor skills and have a lot of fun.
Providing sensory solutions and therapeutic resources
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