Swings, Stands, and Accessories
We carry a variety of swing for all ages and abilities. Many of the swings can be used both indoors and outdoors. They can be hung from a tree or swing frame. Bring them inside and use an indoor swing frame or ceiling mount. Swings can provide compression, a hideout, gentle rocking, spinning, bouncing, and more. Check out the variety of swings and stands that we have to offer. Unsure which one is best for you, just ask one of our experts. We are here to help you!
Swinging engages the vestibular system, which is responsible for balance and spatial orientation, and the proprioceptive system, which provides information about body position and movement. These combined effects can have a positive impact on sensory modulation and integration.
The gentle back-and-forth motion of swings provides a soothing and rhythmic input to the sensory system, promoting a sense of calmness and relaxation. This can be particularly helpful for individuals who are hypersensitive or hyposensitive to sensory stimuli. Swinging also helps improve body awareness, coordination, and spatial perception, as individuals need to adjust their body position to maintain balance while swinging.
For those with sensory seeking tendencies, swinging offers a satisfying sensory experience that can help fulfill their sensory needs. The repetitive and predictable motion of swinging can help organize sensory input and assist in regulating arousal levels. Additionally, the rhythmic movement of swinging can stimulate the release of endorphins, promoting a sense of well-being and reducing anxiety.
In therapeutic settings, swings are often utilized as part of sensory integration therapy. This approach aims to help individuals process and integrate sensory information more effectively, leading to improved focus, attention, and emotional regulation. Overall, swings provide a safe and controlled environment for individuals to experience sensory input, aiding in their overall sensory processing and enhancing their quality of life.