PAIR OF HANDLESA pair of rotating handles made from a special material that enables a soft grip for a comfortable workout.
How to enhance the effects of PilatesUnderstanding The Freestyler Pilates ProgramPilates is an excellent workout to strengthen your core, develop balance, and create long, lean, flexible muscles. DRSSA offers a wide array of sports – competitive and social - for people of all ages and skill levels. An excellent activity for athletes of all ages and abilities and a great social day out for family & friends.
Boccia is a bowling game for players of all ability levels (similar to the Italian game of ‘bocce’). The No Handicap Golf Club is a fully inclusive golfing group for people with a physical disability.
Within Australia, the National Championships and National Handcycle Series (NHS) are the major Para-cycling events. In 2013, with the assistance of the Cycling SA Para Cycling Coordinator, Kimberley Conte, Cycling SA added Para Cyclist classifications to its State Titles for the first time. Rowing SA have developed a program for people with a disability to learn rowing at their indoor training facility at West Lakes. The DRSSA Lawn Bowls program is conducted every Monday afternoon during the Lawn Bowls season at Clearview Bowling Club, Gordon Avenue, Clearview (just off Hampstead Road).
The club was founded in 1963 and offers mixed bowling for over 260 members plus another 150 ‘Night Owlers’ who enjoy the evening social events ‘Get On The Green’ competition over Summer. The club is also renowned for it’s support of people with a disability having been selected as the host for National & International events for those qualified under the Multi-Disability Code.
Powerchair Football is one of the fastest growing sports for people with a disability in the world with over 40 countries competing at the highest level. SA and DRSSA are proud that our member Damien Porter has just been chosen to represent Australia in an inaugural Australia vs Brazil match in Rio ahead of the 2014 World Cup. Sharing many similarities with the sport in general, para canoe incorporates both the canoe and kayak disciplines, providing people with a physical or intellectual disability with the opportunity to enjoy the sport at a club, regional and national level and for physical disabilities to international level. For the first time, Para Canoe sprint races over 200m will be included at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio.
Launched in Australia in 1991, Sailability activities cover a broad spectrum, ranging from recreation, therapeutic and competitive activities, from grass-root, entry level through to elite World Championships and Paralympic training.


Swimming SA was first established as the South Australian Amateur Swimming Association in 1898 as an Incorporated Association and is the peak body for competitive swimming in South Australia.
For many years Swimming SA has been committed to addressing the needs of people with disability in the sport.
Like many other sports, most people do target shooting for fun, and our members range in age from about 10 through to over 70 years.  Some members are simply, "social shooters" and will compete at whatever level they feel comfortable. Events for people with a physical disability are also strongly contested up to the Paralympic level. From social play, coaching, mini circuits and tournaments leading to the potential of representing your country at World Championships and the Paralympics, there’s an opportunity for players of all ages and abilities.
Your local bowling centre runs programs where you can learn to bowl, with experienced coaches and participate in leagues with bowlers of all abilities. Wheelchair rugby is an intense, physical team sport for male and female athletes with spinal cord or nerve damage (quadriplegia or tetraplegia). Australia were the Gold Medalists at the 2012 London Paralympic Games – their first Gold in the sport since its inclusion at Paralympic level at Sydney 2000. There is a place in wheelchair basketball for you as a player, a coach, a referee or official. Kids as young as 5 and 8 years old are enjoying the game and there are some great beginners programs to help you learn the basics. Whizz Kidz Club is a program that is designed to bring the opportunities that all able bodied children enjoy to children that have a disability.
Whizz Kidz Club has the ability to not only support the children but offer a chance for the entire family to enjoy some time together in a happy and safe environment. It is also a very effective exercise for preventing and managing back pain and other chronic pain issue.
There are social and competitive activities for people of all ages and abilities with direct pathways available through to State, National, International & Paralympic competitions.
Catering for fencing enthusiasts of all ages and abilities, they are a non-profit, community club who always welcome new members. For the total novice, social player of those looking for a bit of tournament action, the No Handicap Gold Club is for you. Para-cycling competitions include road and track events for both men and women, with cyclists grouped together according to disability classification.


RDASA is a voluntary, not for profit, organisation providing horse riding and related activities as sport, active recreation and basic therapy for people with disabilities.
In South Australia we have a well equipped State Range where coaches are prepared to assist anyone almost any weekend, a variety of clubs in the country and metropolitan areas most of which have accredited coaches and equipment for beginners to use. We are the only Adelaide suburban club that fielded a team in the National Table Tennis League, which featured the best players in Australia during it's existence in the 1990's. Our aim is to provide the best opportunity for all people who wish to enjoy the game of tennis either competitively or socially in South Australia.
If you have limitations in running, jumping and pivoting, wheelchair basketball might be the sport for you.
Boccia can be played socially at various locations around Adelaide all year round through SCOSA and competitively between October and April through Boccia South Australia.
Sailability is a "not for profit", volunteer-based organisation which, through the activity of sailing, enriches the lives of people with any type of disability, the elderly, the financially and socially disadvantaged. Working in cooperation with its stakeholders and Swimming Australia we aim to make inclusion simply part of what we do.
This is can be done by using adapted equipment including gutter rails, balls with handles, ramps and rails for the blind and vision impaired participants. Tenpin Bowling SA has an easily to follow participation pathway that provides opportunities for new bowlers and bowlers who have the ability to represent their State and Australia at National and International events. This program is great for all fitness levels and will help you develop physical perfection in a fast, safe, and effective manner.
You will be able to do any basic Pilates exercise while adding elements that will take your workout to the next level.Freestyler also provides users of their Pilates program with several educational resources.
Another great reason to use this program is that it costs far less than reformer to utilize. This program is also great for home based workout programs for people wanting to take their Pilates experience to the next level.



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