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The Wingate Centre is an ideal place for individuals with special education needs and disabilities to take part in fitness classes in a fun and safe environment

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Individual or Group Fitness Session

Our coaches will work with individuals creating a personalised session plan, or lead group sessions, working with group leaders, to ensure that everyone attending a session reaches their full potential.   Our coaches will develop tailor-made programmes incorporating gymnastics equipment and movement to extend fitness and mobility.

Rebound Therapy

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Rebound Therapy is a form of physiotherapy. It uses trampolines to provide therapeutic exercises for people with a wide variety of disabilities and additional needs. 

By using our sensory equipment on our sunken trampoline, our sessions provide therapeutic exercise and recreation for children and young adults alike, who have a wide range of special needs and will benefit from sensory feedback and interaction. Most of all, it’s fun!

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Rebound Therapy is one of the most popular activities for children with special needs in UK SEN schools.

  • Strength of limbs

  • Numeracy 

  • Patience

  • Communication

  • Co-ordination

  • Independence

  • Self-confidence

  • Balance

  • Muscle tone

  • Reaction speed

  • Self-image

  • Eye contact

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The  benefits of Rebound Therapy include the  development and improvement of:

  • Sense of achievement

  • Stamina

  • Spatial awareness

  • Body awareness

  • Social awareness

  • Consideration of others

  • Trust and confidence in Coach

  • Colour recognition

  • Height and depth perception

  • Fun and enjoyment

  • Relaxation

  • Freedom of movement


Bringing valuable exercise and joy to those who use them, our specialist bikes assist with physical wellbeing and facilitate towards  independence and a strong sense of self. The Assisted Bike allows the body to work towards many therapy goals effectively in a short period of time. Wheelchair users, and those with limited movement can use an assisted bike which supports legs and arms through movement, helping with momentum.

Assisted Bike 

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To arrange a consultation please contact our gym coaches on 01270780456 or email: 

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