Kurling is a form of the original curling game, but adapted so that it can be played indoors on any smooth, flat surface, such as a community hall, rather than on ice. Importantly, the game can be played by both able-bodied and disabled people of all ages alike. This session may also include other activities such as Boccia and Shuffleboards.
I am not very mobile, is it suitable for me to play? New Age Kurling is a relatively new sport, but a very inclusive sport, as can be played by people of all abilities. Additional pushers and ramps are available to assist players, if required.
I struggle with my balance and standing for long periods of time, can I play sitting down? Of course you can play sitting down. It’s fully inclusive and you can use the pushers from a chair if you are worried about balance and standing.
What are the health benefits of playing New Age Kurling? New Age Kurling develops participants co-ordination, players experience feelings of achievement, which promotes confidence and as a team sport it involves lots of social interaction and communication.
What should I wear to a New Age Kurling group? Where clothes that you are comfortable in and a pair of flat comfortable shoes.
Do I need to bring anything with me? Just bring yourself, all equipment is provided for you to enjoy the game.