When Samwise Holmes was growing up in Port Macquarie he knew he was a little bit different.
"Having Asperger's syndrome I was a big target at my school," he said.
Things started to improve when he went to Camden Haven High School.
"They have such a great drama and music program," he said.
"I started to find an outlet for how I was feeling."
He studied performing arts after school before setting up his own business, Action Education.
The business provides programs for school-aged children on anti-bullying.
But it is not your typical school program. They use backflips, parkour and acrobatics to get their important message across.
"Engaging students in any topic is the hardest, and when it comes to issues such as harassment or bullying, the students who need to hear it the most are often the ones who are hardest to engage," Mr Holmes explained.
"We use backflips to present the bullying scenarios and then we get the kids to identify what is going on and then change the scenarios to see what could be done differently."
Action Education will be providing programs at Camden Haven High School and at Hastings Secondary College in February.
On Saturday, January 11 Action Education ran a successful workshop at Port Macquarie Library for younger children.
Dancer Jack Dunne, a staff member at Action Education, said the reaction from the children was priceless.
"Just seeing the smiles on their faces and how excited the kids get," he said.
"It is the best."