Adapted Sports Clinics: Cycling*Sitting Volleyball*Kayaking
Saturday, April 22, 2017
11:00am – 2:00pm
Register On Site – Two locations: Taos Charter School and Taos Youth and Family Center
Adaptive sports offer opportunities for individuals with disabilities to develop independence, confidence, and fitness. The NM Governor’s Commission on Disability is hosting two beginner “Try Me” sports clinics in Taos for children, adults and veterans with a disability.
Taos Charter School
Cycling has always been a great way to enjoy the outdoors, improve cardiovascular fitness, and socialize with friends and family. Adapted technological advances have opened the door for the disabled community to enjoy cycling. Join us and try out the 5 different types of hand and foot pedal bikes available to assess what works best for you!
Come and learn the fast paced and exciting game of Sitting Volleyball. This clinic will be an introduction to volleyball, along with several other recreational games. No previous experience is necessary!
Taos Youth & Family Center
Kayaking is a versatile outdoor recreational activity that encourages physical fitness, nature exploration, and adventure. This beginner clinic will introduce both hand paddle and foot paddle adapted kayaks in a safe swimming pool environment.
ADDITIONALLY, PLEASE JOIN US if you are a parent, teacher, therapist, park & recreation staff who wants to learn more about an adaptive sport or recreation program.
Are you ready to experience the power of adaptive sports?