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Balance Beam from Therapysensory.com.au shows a young girl walking on a sectional balance beam made up of plastic interlocking parts that can form a circle or S shape.

Balance Beam

$160.00 
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SKU: HAR-035

This Balance Beam is a fun piece of balance equipment for improving movement awareness, coordination and balance in youngsters. Balance beams and other challenging surfaces encourage children to build their core strength and to learn how to balance their bodies in response to level and direction changes.

What are the benefits of balance beam?
  • Kids are challenged while improving balance and coordination.
  • Kids improve vestibular balance, movement coordination, and concentration whilst understanding their body’s centre of gravity.
  • Helps to improve self-confidence, learning stability and sense of direction.
Many developmental aspects are involved in balance, such as body awareness, attention, physical strength, gross motor, and sensory processing. Balance skills examples include head control, walking forward on a straight line, adjusting movements, and moving against gravity.
  • Set contains 12 pieces.
  • Each piece is 28cm long x 12cm high.
  • Total beam length: 3.36m.
  • The top walking surface is 5cm wide and the base is 15cm wide.
  • Can be set up as a complete circle or S shape.

Balance beams and other challenging surfaces encourage children to build their core strength and to learn how to balance their bodies in response to level and direction changes

What are the benefits of balance beam?

The balance beam enables kids to be challenged while improving balance and coordination. Kids improve vestibular balance, movement coordination, and concentration while understanding their body's center of gravity. The balance beam also helps to improve self-confidence, learning stability and sense of reaction. 
Many developmental aspects are involved in balance, such as body awareness, attention, physical strength, gross motor, and sensory processing. Balance skills examples include head control, walking forward on a straight line, adjusting movements, and moving against gravity.

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