Upon contact our highly experienced consultant will work with you to create the learning program you envisage.

​As a Social Enterprise we are willing and able to give large discounts on bookings depending on the values and aims of the event.

To find out more, get a quote or to book a session please use the
enquiry form.

“Slacklining can contribute to reducing youth crime

By giving young people a positive identity, feelings of empowerment and by helping youth acquire leadership, teamwork and self-governance skills under adult supervision”. This is what was found when we carried out some research back in 2012 into the use of slacklining as a means of engaging youth who are at risk of or who are offending.

An example of a previous project - We piloted and ran, in conjunction with the police and crime commissioner, a program targeting ASB between 19:00 and 00:00 on Friday and Saturday nights. We would receive reports of youths gathering and causing a nuisance and instead of the police attending we would head down and set up slacklines at the location or at a suitable location nearby.

This freed up vital resources whilst also engaging the young people in something real, with real consequences, real purpose and potential reach beyond themselves which leads to positive affirmation and personal development.

Here at Ru-Slack...

Do you have a young person that isn’t interacting with your service, maybe your school has a truancy problem or perhaps you have groups of young people congregating and causing ASB issues for local residents.

Well Ru-Slack has a special outreach program that targets hard-to-reach youths and offers them an activity to do on their own terms. As slacklining is a relatively new activity to be offering and most young people haven’t had the opportunity to try it yet, it always proves popular. 

On previous outreach programs we have run, we have had masses of interest and seen some really good results.

Ru-Looking for a way to engage your young people yet? 

​Outreach Work


  • Engages young people.
  • Balance, co-ordination and personal motor skills development.
  • Improved self-awareness and communication skills.
  • Improved interpersonal skills and value development.
  • Improved problem solving and negotiation skills.
  • Improved action planning and reviewing skills.
  • Increased ability to explore and manage feelings.
  • Increased ability to understand and identify with others.
  • Increases the plasticity of the hippocampus, an area of the brain responsible for navigation and memory.

If you would like to look further at the benefits that slacklining can bring please visit our Academia page

Ru-Slack tailors it’s programmes & packages and we pride ourselves on the fact we are flexible enough to be able to meet with your required learning outcomes whilst still meeting each and every learners needs. So if it’s pupil engagement, ASB avoidance or even social inclusion programs you want us to run we can design something that’s right for you. 

“Consciousness is only possible through change; change

is only possible through movement.”        (Aldous Huxley)

  • Diversionary activity
  • We come to your young people
  • We operate anywhere in the UK
  • Anytime day or night
  • Pilot sessions available
  • Singular or regular meetings
  • Mentoring programs available
  • All equipment provided
  • Suitable for all ages, needs and abilities

A great man once said, those who interpret others are

                                                        seen as a fool by the masses and an even                                                 greater fool to their ofspring

What you get...
Not only does Ru-Slack offer competitive rates but by booking with us; you are guaranteed peace of mind.

  • Fully insured and risk assessed
  • Instructors with a background of EBD & SEN
  • DBS/CRB compliant
  • Child protection trained
  • Qualified First aiders.
  • Regular CPD updates
  • Fully Flexible to meet your needs
  • Supporting a Social Enterprise and people in the wider community.

Why book with us...

Members of our team hold backgrounds in teaching and providing a variety of outdoor adventurous activities to a varied range of young people, from primary school children with SEN & EBD to teenage socially excluded teens.

With this we bring extensive experience of not only the hard skills needed to facilitate slacklining and other outdoor based activities in a safe and proficient manner but also the softer skills needed to facilitate an area that encourages learner development in a supportive environment.