Therapeutic climbing aims to combine the benefits of climbing with the contents of Schroth therapy.

Specifically, this means working both on strengthening the trunk muscles, on body awareness, on muscular coordination, and on correcting scoliosis.

Therapy climbing is suitable as an extension of the scoliosis treatment and is aimed at those persons who would like to work in a different setting specifically to the statics of their spine.

Therapeutic Climbing is especially recommended for people who already have climbing experience or who would like to start this sport. Therapeutic climbing is not to be regarded as a beginner’s course, but as a complementary therapy method.

For optimal implementation, we recommend at least 6 completed scoliosis therapy sessions prior to beginning therapy climbing.

If you are interested in therapy climbing, please contact Ms. Merle Rustler, Tel: 0664 5393619