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Welcome To Sky ThAIRapy!

Our Mission is to inspire and motivate people with disabilities through adaptive paragliding!

We are located in Horseshoe Bend, Idaho and partnered with HSB FLIGHT PARK Through our 501c3 nonprofit, we developed a community based program that helps anyone access free-flight through paragliding and speed-flying. Sky ThAIRapy focuses on individuals who have disabilities, suffered injuries or just need an adaptive approach to flying. 

 

Adaptive Paragliding

Because of the special equipment required for adaptive athletes to FLY, we need YOUR HELP!

We are fundraising to Make HSB Flight Park ADA Ready!

Our goal is to raise $20,000 by the GrAnniversary of HSB Flight Park. You can find more information about our goals below! Any amount of support is appreciated and will truly help make a difference. Thank you!

Check Out what this special paragliding equipment can do! 

Here you will see Joe Stone and Daniel Velasco soaring high in the Sky with their flying wheelchair trikes. We plan to give this experience to so many deserving people from around the world! Any Donations truly help!

News & Media from Sky ThAIRapy!
  • Soaring Saturdays – Adaptive Paragliding Events

    Soaring Saturdays – Adaptive Paragliding Events

    This is our way through “Sky ThAIRapy” to have an impact on the lives of people who have some sort of physical or mental condition. At the very least, we are hoping to put a smile on their face and help them live completely in the moment.Read More »
  • Paragliding In Oludeniz, Turkey

    Paragliding In Oludeniz, Turkey

    On Apr 23, 2019 myself and 12 other US pilots flew to Turkey to fly Babadag Mountain. This has been a huge step forward for Sky ThAIRapy!Read More »
  • Justin Boer – Daniel Velasco & Sky ThAIRapy

    Justin Boer – Daniel Velasco & Sky ThAIRapy

    The Birth of Sky ThAIRapy! My name is Justin Boer and this all started with a dream, to Fly Again! After I suffered a spinal cord injury while speedflying in June 2013, my future seemed uncertain. The thought of never being able to fly was devastating so I knew I needed to do everything possible […]Read More »