Where to do it: We found this in Kelvingrove Park, but it is not a matter of place but a matter of finding the right object.
How to do it: The practitioner must find a second practitioner. This exercise works with synergy so better start slow. The movement up and down is generated through flexing the legs, use your arms to reach greater momentum and to keep your balance.
Care: Make sure your chosen seesaw object is not brittle
Equipment: A friend or a friendly passer-by, a curved piece of disused fence or an elevated bar/beam of some sort
Suitability for wet weather: Depends on how brave you are
Grade of difficulty: 2