Physiotherapy JollyHeap

JollyHeap Blocks in Therapy and Rehabilitation

JollyHeap construction sets allow for the free building of various exercise objects.

With them, you can divert the attention of those under your care from their tasks, turning duty into curiosity and engagement.

Why JollyHeap blocks?

JollyHeap Soft and Safety

Soft and safe

The blocks are filled with soft foam, allowing for safe falls during exercises.

Children can tackle the most challenging tasks without worry.

JollyHeap Nice in Touch

Pleasant to touch

The blocks are covered with soft fabric, providing incredibly pleasant sensory experiences.



During exercises and play, the blocks make no sounds, allowing you to work with those sensitive to noise.


Magnetic and stable

The blocks contain magnets, which are strong enough to sit, lie, or even stand on.

Where and how can I use them?

Speech therapy
Sensory Integration
Special Education
Intellectual Disability Education

One tool, thousands of possibilities

Rafał Królak

Children respond very enthusiastically to JollyHeap blocks, treating the challenging training as great fun. They are most often used in the therapy of children with intellectual disabilities because the blocks are pleasant to touch and soft and children have no fear of them. They are used as a mat, a table for physiotherapy, obstacle courses, balance training paths, coordination ladders, slides and ramps, weights, platforms of varying heights and even as a roller. Just building these objects with JollyHeap blocks develops sensory integration, coordination, concentration and the child’s attention.

Rafał Królak


Paweł Zawitkowski

JollyHeap Blocks, with their simple form and universal shapes, as well as ease of assembly and disassembly, provide the opportunity to modify the work, therapy, relaxation and play environment without time and space constraints – the entire child’s surroundings. By shaping appropriate planes, dimensions and shapes of structures, we can adapt them to the child’s individual limitations and dysfunctions. Even without special skills in the field of motor coordination and organization, the child, together with the teacher or therapist, can actively participate in organizing the space for play, learning, and therapy.

Paweł Zawitkowski

Physiotherapist, author of actions, books and films in the series: “Mum, Dad, what do you think?”

Recommended sets

Most frequently purchased for therapy
100-300 blocks
When purchasing 300 blocks
Special offer
We provide a
post-warranty service


100 Blocks
2 Shapes
  • good starter set for group play
  • Optimal building possibilities
  • Build structures for exercise, competition, and relaxation.


150 Blocks
2 Shapes
  • optimal set for therapy and exercises
  • best starter set for group play