Disability and Inclusions
It is beneficial for people with disabilities, both mental and physical, to jump on a trampoline. People across many symphonies of disability can acquire improved posture, muscle tone, balance, and general wellbeing by engaging in non-competitive, free-form exercises such as trampolining. Trampolining is also a low-level activity that encourages gradual improvement and goal-setting – which boosts mood and increases engagement. The weightlessness of bouncing is a joy to everyone.