Skip to main content

Virtual Rehabilitation Movement Games

  • CalendarAvailable on request
  • Clock outlineUp to 2 hours

Our Virtual Rehabilitation Movement Games aim to promote an understanding of body movement, the function and importance of muscles and the concept of rehabilitation which is needed when muscles have trouble functioning properly.

This activity captures the tiniest movement in the body by attaching wireless motion sensors to the front and back of a child’s body, usually the chest and lower back.

Each child plays fun interactive games grounded in movement sciences and physiotherapy to enable standardised, objective analysis of movement performance. Up to seventeen unique movements are incorporated into the games.

This activity is for one child at a time for a two-minute game.

We can deliver this activity in a school or at events in the community.

Find out more

For more information about the activity, please visit our website.

About the organiser

This activity is organised by Cardiff Institute for Tissue Engineering and Repair. Contact Amy Smith at or +44 (0)29 2087 0129 for more details.

How to book

We can deliver this activity in a school or at events in the community. Please email us with your enquiry.

TicketThis activity is free

We come to you

We want to make it easy for you to work with us. Wherever possible we will bring this activity to your school or college.


  • TickTeachers
  • TickKey stage two - ages 7-11, years 3-6
  • TickKey stage three - ages 11-14, years 7-9

Teacher supervision is required.

Curriculum themes

  • TickHealth and wellbeing
  • TickScience and technology

Activity type

  • TickActivity
  • TickWorkshop


  • TickEngagement with our research
  • TickSupporting curriculum themes

Share this event