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christmas gift, doorway swing, Featured Products, Indoor Swing, rings/bar combo, therapy swing -

As the Santa Claus Parade marched through Toronto's streets today, the time came to think about Christmas gifts for kids. Our doorway swing will delight any child. It is compact enough to put it under the tree but the amount of joy it will bring is endless. The doorway swing comes with a trapeze bar and rings combo and can be set up in minutes. You can even put the swing up before kids wake up and they will think that Santa did it. You might not want Santa Clause to take all the credit, but I think it is fantastic when kids...

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Featured Products, indoor jungle gym, therapy gym -

How indoor jungle gym can save the day. Imagine: A sunny summer Sunday morning. You woke up full of energy and plan to spend time with your kids in a park on a playground enjoying every single moment of it. But by the time you ready to get out, the weather is starting to change and promising sunny day becomes rainy reality. Kids are upset because they wanted to spend time there. Yes, it is a small structure, but kids just love swinging, climbing, sliding, etc. You feel stack at home. You have to wait for rain to stop and...

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cuddle swing, Featured Products, sensory swing, therapy swing, yoga -

A new type of yoga is sweeping studios all over North America. As a fan of traditional yoga, this made me excited and surprised for two reasons: first of all- doesn’t it look fun? And second, the hammock they use looks uncannily like our very own sensory swing! The sensory swing has many benefits. It is a valuable therapy tool for children with sensory issues or on the autism spectrum, because the swing’s cocoon-like feel provides a soothing environment for children who have trouble with over-stimulation. Swinging in the cuddle swing makes a great wind-down tool for an over-tired and hyper child...

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autism swing, cuddle swing, Featured Products, sensory swing, therapy swing -

Sensory Therapy Swing is a fantastic autism swing. Swinging is beneficial to all children, but those with autism and sensory issues typically enjoy repetitive behavior such as swinging, spinning and rocking. It is a way for them to calm down and feel “grounded”, it helps to settle their brains so that they can focus a bit better. The cause of sensory issues is disconnection between the brain and the sensory receptors. Swinging as well as other repetitive behaviours triggers those receptors, and helps recreate those connections in the brain.  Sensory Therapy Swing can stimulate child’s vestibular system, and provide deep touch...

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