Swing, Bolster and Glider Options

Our Ref #: 8EMBLT

Options to choose from


Start with the preferred therapeutic swings as invaluable tools for your clients and family.
In classic bolster style, this swing challenges flexion patterns, posture, and core muscles while utilizing gross motor skills. Our bolster swing was designed to be extremely lightweight for easy moving, adjusting, and maneuvering.  Easily adapt the swinging and stability according to each user's comfort level. This Bolster Swing is practical and useful. If you want to add a versatile basic to your sensory room, here it is!

This Bolster Therapy Swing is used for developing bilateral motor co-ordination, balance reflexes, visuomotor co-ordination, tonic (especially labyrinthine) reflex integration, improving postural (flexor and extensor) muscle tone and general stimulation of the nervous system through strong activation of the vestibular and proprioceptive system receptors. 

Long Pipe Bolster: 60"L x 7.5"W, Max weight 200 pounds (90 kg). Challenges vestibular system when sat astride, rider tries to maintain position and posture during movement. 200 lbs max weight

Vertical Bolster: 51"L x 10"W, Max weight 200 lbs.(90 kg)  Encourage motor planning, bilateral skills and proprioceptive feedback when used as a swing. It can also develop feedback and feed forward skills when swung between two people. The swing has a built-in rope length adjustment, thanks to which you can easily adjust the suspension height to the person exercising. It is a remarkable tool for honing and stimulating children's balance and motor skills. It offers a delightful and engaging avenue for including sensory exercises into their routine, aligning seamlessly with the principles of a Sensory Diet often prescribed by Occupational Therapists.

Half Pipe Bench: 60"L x 7.5"W, Max weight 200 pounds (90 kg). Hanging upside down from the half pipe bolster stimulates proprioception in the arms legs and core muscles; more challenging than the square bolster.  Distinctive design that offers a comfortable space for hanging and provides a myriad of options for children to explore their swinging adventures. Whether they dangle from their legs, arms, or both, this swing caters to their individual goals, creating a dynamic sensory experience. Upside-down swinging introduces an exciting dimension by delivering intense vestibular input, nurturing motor coordination, strength, and praxis.
Therapeutic swings, like the Halfpipe Bolster Swing, are pivotal in delivering vestibular stimulation to individuals with sensory processing disorders and special needs. The rhythmic pendulum motion of this swing serves as a calming mechanism for overstimulated children, cultivating improved balance and fostering crucial motor skills. It offers a progressive approach to enhancing strength, dexterity, and coordination, 

The Hard Bolster: A solid ride with no padding. A wider diameter requires additional arm and or leg compression/awareness. can be attached to two or four connection points on your swing frame. Includes adjustable length ropes. Weight limit of 180 lbs.
48" L x 14" dia

Square Flat Top Bolster:60"L x 7.5"W, Max weight 200 pounds (90 kg). It can be hung from two points and moved in smooth arcs, or gently rocked. Encourage social interaction and easily accommodate several clients during an activity.

Includes a Swivel Spinner