About Rebound Therapy
Briefly, it is the phrase that describes the specific 'Eddy Anderson model' of exercise therapy which uses trampolines to provide opportunities for movement, therapeutic exercise and recreation for people across the whole spectrum of special needs.
Sometimes referred to as special needs trampolining, but that does not give a full picture. The Rebound Therapy training course teaches logical progressions of movement patterns designed to encourage the student to continually develop whilst at the same time experiencing healthy exercise and enjoyment.
For these reasons, the Rebound Therapy training course is widely accepted as the logical starting point for trampoline coach training - even for those who do not intend to work with disabilities.
The training course has been continually developing since it was first introduced in 1972 and is recognised both nationally in the UK and abroad.
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Who can provide Rebound Therapy? Anyone, regardless of profession, who has completed the training course run by a validated tutor, may use the phrase to describe sessions they run for their students / clients.
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This website exists to to offer training courses and to provide an opportunity for those with an interest in Rebound Therapy to find information and share their experiences.