We are National Governing Body – British Judo Association (BJA) accredited club, who take children from the age of 5 years of age, teaching children FUNdamental skills and core principles of Judo.
Croxteth Judo Club was created from engagement with the Premier League 4 Sport program working in conjunction with Everton FC in 2012.
We have average 30 children who regularly attend ranging from 3 years of age to 14 years of age.
Beginners session is their first introduction to judo and the learning of key characteristics of physical literacy – Agility, Balance and Coordination along with having FUN in a challenging and practical way.
Intermediate session applies the same Fundamentals as the beginners session with the progression of additional technical and physical tasks. New beginners are always welcome and will develop at their learning ability.
5pm to 6pm: Beginners. 3+ Years
6pm to 7pm Intermediate. 8+ Years
We close for school holidays
The Sheffield Steelkings Para Ice Hockey Club offers sporting opportunities to people with a lower body disability or impairment to take part in a highly skilled, fast paced, physically demanding team sport.
We have both male and female members at the Steelkings with a range of disabilities including, amputations, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, paraplegia and PTSD.
To play the sport of para ice hockey, players sit in metal sledge that have two skate blades underneath and they move around the ice (and handle a puck) by using two para ice hockey sticks that have metal picks on one end.
When our players get onto the ice, all of their daily struggles are forgotten. They get the freedom to fly around the ice and their disability or impairment doesn't hold them back.
Para ice hockey improves the physical and mental wellness of our members every time they get on the ice and our mission is to now get as many people playing the sport as we possibly can.
It's a tough sport but full of great people and if you think you have what it takes, we hope to hear from you!
(You can find the Sheffield Steelkings on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube if you require more information about the sort and the team).
Gymnastics lessons in a dedicated gymnastics centre including trampolining
Bowls is a great sport for all ages, gender & abilities and in particular, a fantastic sport for those with a disability. It provides an opportunity to meet new people, enjoy a sport, and play in events & competitions from social friendly matches to Commonwealth Games.
Wheelchair cricket is a brand new concept and the Red Kite Wheelchair Cricket Club is the first of its kind in the UK!
Come and learn the skills involved in playing the game and challenge yourself in a number of skill areas.
You will be coached by experts in this field and before long you will be playing wheelchair cricket matches against other teams from across the country.
Wheelchair cricket can be played by non wheelchair users as well as wheelchair users, so if you have a mate that wants to play too, bring them along and we'll pop them in a chair so that they can take part too!
The first session for everyone is FREE. We have an easy pay process for future sessions that takes the worry away as you enjoy taking part in this exciting, fast and wonderful new game.
An opportunity for people living with Multiple Sclerosis to join us sailing for the day. You can learn to sail, get involved, or just enjoy the view. You will be sailing with other people with MS in an MS friendly environment.
WetWheels South West offers disabled fishing trips and coastal cruises.
Everyone has the option to take the helm.
For the fishing trips we have specially adapted fishing tackle, water proofs and electric point for our electric reels.
On our coastal cruises we frequently see a variety of bird life, Seals, Dolphins and Blue Fin Tuna.
DanceEast Springboard Adults classes, are for adults with additional needs. The Dance Artists leading the classes have extensive experience teaching dance to adults with learning and physical difficulties. This class will help and support participants to adapt to different situations and it assists with their social, creative and physical development. Engaging props, themes and stimuli are used to create movement. Participants will begin to explore some choreography and how to put moves together to create routines or pieces that can be expressive, narrative, emotional or purely physical.
Take the DanceEast virtual tour to familiarise yourself with the DanceHouse layout before you arrive. This is ideal for those who might be anxious about going to new places and experiencing new environments. Every room and corridor that you might need to access is included in the virtual tour, so you can get an accurate idea of where you need to go, how you can get there and where the closest facilities are.
Access the virtual tour here https://www.danceeast.co.uk/the-dancehouse/virtual-tour/
Headway Cambridgeshire's supported exercise and sports programme has been developed in partnership with people who have experienced a brain injury. Participants want to keep fit, and especially want to have fun with others while doing so. The programme has been designed to enable all to participate, and we provide a range of activities, including one to one support. For people who want to progress further our specialist trained personal trainers can provide one to one sessions in local gyms. The social element is really important too and people off stay for a peer led social group after the activity or access other groups in our Getting Ahead programme which includes Mindfulness sessions after the activities.
We offer inclusive horse riding and horse care sessions within the local community. We will do our best to accommodate all individuals so please contact us about any specific requirements you might have so that we can try to adapt to meet your needs.