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About DreamGYM

Home gym for kids
DreamGYM Inc. is a Canadian family business founded in 2007. We originally started producing indoor jungle gyms and therapy gyms for home use.  Since then, we have extended our product line with a variety of therapy swings, sensory wraps, and doorway gyms for occupational and physical therapy for neurological and developmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorder, sensory processing disorder, low muscle tone, and hyperactivity.

Our products can be used by parents at home or therapists at schools and clinics. Our own children and their friends help us select and test new products. Our products allow children to stay physically active all year round. Children have a blast climbing ladders, scaling monkey bars, swinging on a trapeze bar, doing flips on gym rings, or relaxing in sensory swings. Parents will appreciate the ability of our therapy swings to calm down, and quiet overwhelmed tots on the verge of a tantrum. Our products work for all ranges of physical abilities.

Our Vision

To keep families in motion

Our Mission

To provide fun therapeutic products for children and their families to improve their lives.

About the Founder

DreamGYM owner with her children in Greece

The company was founded by Marina Mironov in 2007.  Marina holds a Master’s degree from McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. Following the birth of her second son, she left the consulting industry.  Like many parents, she faced the problem of keeping her children active during the long Canadian winters or rainy days.  Inspired by her children, Marina created an indoor jungle gym in her basement.  Her simple desire to keep her children physically active spawned a creative collaboration, which eventually resulted in the development of DreamGYM. 

Physical activity is essential to our emotional and mental well-being. We love creating and selling fun, therapeutic products for children and their families that aim to improve their lives. Our mission is to keep families regulated and in motion.