Soothes away stress & excess energy, calms tantrums & prevents meltdowns
- Boosts mood & focus
- 5 minutes of swinging provides calming effects for up to 4 hours
- Holds up to 200lbs (90kg)
- Safe to use both indoors or outdoors
- Easy to install in 10 minutes (ceiling mount hardware included)
- Perfect for kids with Aspergers Syndrome, Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) & Down Syndrome
- Suitable for kids 3 years and older
Why Parents Need This!
A sensory swing provides nearly every sensory input you could think of and gives you the power to have a full on sensory playground in your own home, with just this one tool.
Whether your child has sensory challenges, difficulty focusing, or just tons of energy. From calming and preventing meltdowns, to boosting mood and focus, to helping with bedtime and overall being a ton of fun!
Holds up to 200 pounds and it’s easy to set up in your home in under 10 minutes.
This swing also comes with a lifetime warranty, so if it starts to wear, just let us know and we’ll send you a new one for free.
Calm Tantrums & Prevent Meltdowns
It’s one of the top solutions for sensory meltdowns – Just a few minutes of swinging not only calms meltdowns, it actually helps prevent them! It does this by providing deep calming pressure which instantly relives anxiety in your child and makes them feel safe and more comfortable with their environment. And these calming effects last for hours even if your kid was swinging for just a few minutes.
You can have your child swing in the morning before school to help reduce anxiety and boost focus. You can have your child swing when they get back from school to reduce after school meltdowns. You can even have your child swing before bedtime to help release energy and wind down for sleep.
After swinging, kids immediately have an improved mood and overall sense of happiness. Swinging can boost mood and focus right from home.
Seekers always seem to have unlimited energy and they’re practically bouncing off the walls. While avoiders are kind of on the opposite end.
They try to stay away from loud and busy environments and can often get overwhelmed. No matter which one your child is, this swing will give them exactly what they need to regulate their sensory processing.
Seekers can really spin and swing around to release energy, while avoiders can calmly rock back and forth. And no matter your child’s preferences, a swing is amazing to use for daily transitions and in your child’s bedroom routine.