What is Slacklining?

Slacklining is the art of walking a flat webbing between two anchors.

Types of Slacklining

  • Urbanlining
  • Highlining
  • Tricklining
  • Slackline Yoga
  • Rodeo Lines

Why Slacklining?

Slacklining develops and provides many benefits as a recreational activity:

  • Focus
  • Balance
  • Breath
  • Body awareness
  • Core Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Posture
  • Confidence

Getting Started

On Campus:

The Fitness-Wellness program currently hosts two Slacklining opportunities each week requiring no experience. Students, Faculty, & Staff can come try Slacklining on Mondays & Wednesdays from 4:30p – 6:00p on the QUAD near Kirk Building. If raining slacklining will be canceled.

On your own:

To get started on your own you will need to purchase a Slackline or Slackline kit. Slacklines come in all different styles and lengths. A few to consider:

ZenMonkey 60ft Slackline 

ZenMoneky 100ft Slackline

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Contact Information

If interested in getting involved with Slacklining please contact Janes Dreamweaver (dreamweaver@truman.edu).