RATIONALE ARTS

MAKING DANCE ACCESSIBLE

Learn More About Our Injury Intervention Courses
 

INJURY PREVENTION COURSES

We deliver bboying (breakdance) classes to people with visual impairment as a means of injury prevention and to improve spatial awareness. This has not only been proven to be a valuable life skill for participants, but it has improved their strength, coordination, fitness and overall confidence when dealing with day to day journeys that have previously proven to be quite hazardous.

 

In 2018 we partnered with Future Venture and The Royal Opera House to deliver this pioneering Injury Prevention Course. 

Please click on this Link to read about our recent success story with SRSB Charity. We were recently featured on RNIB radio click on this link to listen to the Podcast.

BBC STRICTLY "IT TAKES TWO"

The Work we do for people with visual impairment was showcased on BBC- Strictly it takes two in December featuring one of our students Crispin

 
 

INJURY PREVENTION DOCUMENTARY

Watch our documentary on our Injury Prevention Course to understand how this course could benefit you or a loved one.

 

TV FEATURE

Our aim is to deliver these dynamic exciting injury prevention courses on a national and international scale.

Watch our TV feature below on Sheffield Live to learn more.

If you would be interested in an injury prevention course being delivered in your area please contact us below.

 

VIRTUAL

ZOOM SESSIONS

We are pleased to offer Virtual Zoom Sessions to the visual impaired.

If you would be interested in attending our virtual zoom sessions please contact us below.

READ OUR FEEDBACK

The children at SRSB has thoroughly enjoyed the dance injury prevention course. The team are amazing and passionate about what they do and the dance injury prevention sessions have resulted in two parents saying her child has had fewer injuries as a result. The staff clearly explain the moves to the children and take into account their sensory impairment and are creative with the way they describe the moves. SRSB and the children would like to say a huge thank you for all the dedicated support by Nathan and the team and look forward to working with you more in the future.

Kadie-Ann Rutty

Children and Family Support Officer at Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind