KAYAKING FOR EVERY BODY

Offering independence and adventure
to people with strength and mobility limitations
due to injury, age or ability.

THE VERSA PADDLE & GAMUT PADDLE HOLDER

 

HOW THEY WORK

Both the Versa Paddle and the Gamut Paddle Holder come with one of several mounts that attach to your kayak to support the weight of the paddle, eliminating stress on your shoulders, back and joints. The patented systems feature a fulcrum around which the paddle can rotate in all directions. Using a gentle rotary movement of your forearms (much like pedaling a bicycle with your hands), you'll glide through the water with minimal effort. 

Versa and Gamut are best suited for recreational kayaking in lakes, streams and other, mostly flat-water environments.  You'll be amazed at the distances you can kayak without getting sore or fatigued, especially in windy conditions. 

The Versa Paddle opens kayaking to people with disabilities, poor coordination or balance, or use of only one limb, as well as novice paddlers. The secret comes from Versa’s ability to angle downward on both sides, which requires a smaller range of motion, enabling many people with extremely limited mobility or paralysis to paddle independently. It can even be used one-handed!

The Gamut Paddle Holder provides many of the same stress-reduction benefits as Versa, but you can use your own paddle! Experienced kayakers with rotator cuff injuries, joint pain or arthritis turn tend to use Gamut because it keeps them paddling longer than they might otherwise be able.

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PARKS & RECREATION PROGRAMS
Accessibile Parks
Summer Camps
Adaptive Recreation
Rental Programs
PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Cerebral Palsy
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome
Spinal Cord Injury
Cognitive Disabilities
Spina Bifida
ADAPTIVE PADDLING & VETERANS PROGRAMS
One Arm/Limb
Quadriplegia
PTSD
Traumatic Brain Injury
INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES
Experienced Paddlers with Shoulder Injuries, Bad Backs
Fibromyalgia
Joint Stiffness or Tendonitis

Arthritis
Poor Balance or Coordination
PHYSICAL & RECREATIONAL THERAPISTS
KAYAK RENTALS & OUTFITTERS
Group Outings
Multi-Generational Paddlers
Novice Paddlers
Parks/Public Programs
Kayak Suppliers & Dealers

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HAPPY CUSTOMERS

I love it. I’m a disabled veteran and only have limited use of my right shoulder and arm. I never thought I’d be able to use a kayak. That thing has really made a difference. I love it, and I really appreciate that you guys created something so amazing!  Tracy J., Oklahoma