Kurling / Curling
New Age Kurling is an evolution of the original sport of Curling, adapted so that it can be played indoors on any smooth, flat surface, like a sports hall instead of on ice. The robust, rubber Kurling stones run on bearings making the game accessible to everyone. It's also great fun! Kurling began as a sporting idea for disabled people but immediately become popular with all people of all ages. Importantly, disabled people can play with or against able-bodied people on an equal level without adaptations. New Age Kurling has been recognised by the Curling governing body as a teaching aid and many schools have incorporated the game into their sports curriculum. It is thoroughly recommended for sports clubs and activity centres. Kurling has also been used as part of rehabilitation programs in hospitals because the sport doesn't require any physical fitness to play, but exercises muscles you would not usually use.