Sport Section

Play and Snow

Inclusive Activities

The main mission of Play and Train’s Sports Section is to organise inclusive activities for people with a disability, also allowing non-disabled people to participate. It focuses on sports in the natural environment, looking for a format in which participants can enjoy sports in a group.

To belong to it and benefit from all the programmes, an annual fee (from October to October) of 30€ must be paid.

The Sports Section is divided into three sections or groups of activities:

Skiing

The aim of the snow programme is to give people with disabilities, as well as their families and friends, access to skiing and/or snowboarding on a regular basis during the winter at La Molina.

surf

Development of programmes to educate people with and without disabilities while they learn to ride the waves. This programme runs from May to October in Fuerteventura and El Prat de Llobregat.

ADVENTURE

Through the adventure programme we plan inclusive outdoor activities with a wide range of activities: cycling, zip-lining, hiking, climbing, etc.

ADAPTED SKIING AND SNOWBOARD

The snow section of the Sports Section aims to promote the practice of sports through alpine skiing and snowboarding, thus helping children, young people and adults with disabilities to create healthy physical and psychological habits.

Depending on the level, needs and objectives of each person, we offer different programmes:

INITATION

WHO IS IT AIMED AT?

The programme is designed for all those people, children, young people or adults who want to start Alpine skiing or snowboarding.

HOW?

The programme consists of 7 days of skiing or snowboarding and one day of social running, all of them on weekends.

Each day will be 1h30 with qualified teachers specialised in the professional field of disability.

The classes that each participant will receive are individual.

INTERMEDIATE

WHO IS IT AIMED AT?

The programme is designed for all young people with intellectual disabilities, autism, Asperger’s Syndrome or PAS, children or adults with average autonomy.

– They go down and up the ski lifts with little help.

– They go down green and blue ski slopes.

HOW?

The season starts in December and ends at Easter. There are different options: alpine skiing and snowboarding lessons every weekend, every fortnight, or one of the two modalities every fortnight.

Each day will last 4 hours with qualified teachers specialised in the professional field of disability.

The classes that each participant will receive are in a group.

Piloted

WHO IS IT AIMED AT?

The programme is designed for all young people, children or adults who are multi-disabled or severely disabled.

Com?

The programme consists of 4 days of adapted skiing and one day of social running, all of them at the weekend.

Each day will last 1h30 with qualified teachers specialised in the professional field of disability.

The classes that each participant will receive are individual.

MINI PROMO

WHO IS IT AIMED AT?

The programme is designed for all young people with physical or sensory disabilities, children or adults who have an average level of autonomy:

– They go down / up the ski lifts with little assistance.

– They go down green and blue ski slopes.

The aim is to teach the values needed to become a good sportsperson in a multidisciplinary way in the different areas: technical, physical, psychological and nutritional.

How?

The season starts in December and ends at Easter.

Each day will last 4 hours with qualified teachers specialised in the professional field of disability.

The classes that each participant will receive are in a group.

PROMOTION

WHO IS IT AIMED AT?

The programme is designed for all young people, children or adults with total autonomy:

– They go down/up the ski lifts alone.

– They go down red and black ski slopes without help.

It is also aimed at all those who want to acquire a high level of skiing and want to train for competition.

How?

The season starts in December and ends at Easter. There are two different options: to take classes every weekend and public holidays or 15 days throughout the season.

VETERANS

WHO IS IT AIMED AT?

This programme is designed for all adults who ski down green and blue slopes, go up to the lifts with little help, want to improve their skiing level and have a good time together.

How?

The programme consists of 8 days of skiing during the week and one day of social running.

Each day will last 3 hours with qualified teachers specialised in the professional field of disability.

The classes that each participant will receive are in a group.

Custom-made to measure

WHO IS IT AIMED AT?

This programme is designed for all those people, children, young people or adults who do not fit in with the dates proposed in the different groups.

¿Cómo?

The programme consists of individual classes according to the needs of each user on a regular basis and with a previously established timetable.

CAMPS

The camps are of an educational and sporting nature, which is why we seek to stimulate learning that favours self-knowledge and knowledge of sport.

We run two camps throughout the snow season, the first during the Christmas holidays and the second during the Easter holidays. Both camps take place in the ski resort of La Molina.

How?

They consist of three days and two nights where snow activities are carried out in the morning and recreational, sporting and educational activities in the afternoon. The snow activities are adapted to the level of each participant in group or individual classes.

Become a member!

Become a member of the Play and Train Sports Section and enjoy inclusive sports activities all year round. During the winter we offer different programmes so that you can find the one that best suits you. The rest of the year continue to enjoy the sea and the mountains with surfing and adventure activities.

If you are looking for private alpine skiing or snowboarding lessons you can visit the section Adapted Sports Centre of La Molina where you will find everything you need to know to organise your trip to the snow, alone or in a group.

Contact us

 Adapted Sports Center La Molina, next to the Johan Cruyff slope (P1 – Cable car).

Phone: 638 141 437

E-mail: ester@playandtrain.org

AREAS OF IMPROVEMENT

Health

Self-esteem

Improvement of social relations

Improvement of autonomy

Inclusion

Transmission of values

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