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The phrase "Rebound Therapy" was coined by the founder, E.G. Anderson, in 1969 to describe the use of trampolines in providing therapeutic exercise and recreation for people with a wide range of special needs. Participants range from mild to severe physical disabilities and from mild to profound and multiple learning disabilities, including sensory impairment autism, dyspraxia etc.

We would recommend undergoing an assessment to see what therapy is required. 

The benefits of Rebound Therapy:

  • Fun and enjoyment
  • Strength of limbs and muscle tone
  • Patience
  • Communication
  • Co-ordination
  • Independence, self-confidence and image
  • Balance
  • Reaction speed
  • Eye contact
  • Relaxation
  • Stamina
  • Spatial and body awareness
  • Consideration of others
  • Trust and confidence in coach/assistant
  • Height and depth perception
  • Stimulation of digestive system, improved bowel functions and clearing of toxins from the body
  • Internal organ massage

Sessions are available with Sue King (MCSP SRP) & Ruth Harrison who are active members of the RTI (Rebound Therapy Institute) and fully qualified with

We do not recommend Rebound Therapy for people with the following conditions:

  • Positive AAI Screening
  • Rodded backs
  • Brittle bones
  • Dwarfism
  • Certain heart conditions
  • Pregnancy
  • Detachable retina

Key questions

I am a trained Rebound Therapist, can I use your facilities? 

If you are a trained Rebound Therapist you are welcome to use our facilities (charges will apply) with your clients. This includes the room hire, use of a junior sized trampoline, and private facilities. Please contact us for more information and costs. 

How do I know if my child needs Rebound Therapy?

Not all children or adolescents will require Rebound Therapy as part of their therapy, it varies on each case. We would recommend undergoing an assessment to see what therapy is required. 

Is it just trampolining?

No. Rebound Therapy is often misunderstood. During a Rebound Therapy session, you are always accompanied on the trampoline by a trained therapist who will use a variety of techniques to help encourage movement, posture and balance. The child will never be left alone on the trampoline and will include full 1:1 therapy.