What do we do?
Each trampoliner will receive personalised, one-to-one coaching. You will also
have time on trampolines without coaches, to practice the skills you have learnt
& do the moves that you enjoy. From complete beginners to ones who only have
experience on a garden trampoline, from ones with serious disabilities to
advanced bouncers – our qualified & experienced coaches will take you from
whatever ability level you are currently at & progress your skills to rotate,
flip, twist, somersault & land safely.
We work on the nationally recognised award structure for trampolining, starting
with simple basic shapes in the air & body landings, progressing to twisting &
linking various landings, moving on to forwards & backwards somersaulting moves.
As you progress, you will be able to perform sequences of tricks called routines.
Whatever level you are at – there are always more twists, somersaults & combinations
which can be added to your skills.
We are a non-competitive club, so you can learn new skills & tricks in a relaxed &
friendly atmosphere – without the stress of an upcoming competition or the worry of
upcoming grading exams.
Special occasion coming up soon? Want some different ideas for a party? Or just want
to do something fun & exciting with your friends? Why not have a trampoline party?
More details can be found on the 'prices' page.
Who can bounce?
Children can start from 3 years old & there is no upper age limit, many adults train
at our club (so feel free to come & have a bounce too Mums & Dads!). The classes are
all mixed age, gender & ability level.
Disabilities are welcome! Our coaches are trained & have years of experience
working with a range of disabilities. Our Head Coach, Rachel, has taken extra
courses to be better equipped to understand & work with a range of physical,
behavioural, mental, learning & social disabilities & disorders. In the past 11
years she has coached severely autistic ones, people with asperger's syndrome,
ADHD, dyspraxia, fibromyalgia, hypermobility, speech & understanding problems, a girl
with just one hand, behavioural issues, social anxieties, depression, ones with Special
Educational Needs and a range of other disabilities. Depending on the disability & level
of support needed, you can join in with the regular weekly sessions or have one-to-one
sessions at a time which suits you. Contact us if you would like to organise a separate
session tailored to a specific disability, or want any more information.
Trampolining is a great way to stay active - whilst keeping fit, having fun, developing
flexibility, practicing hand-eye co-ordination & learning exciting, interesting new skills
& tricks. Trampolining strengthens core & leg muscles, increases cardio-vascular fitness &
stamina. It fits nicely with other sports such as parkour, free-running, gymnastics, dance,
DMT & tumbling. For ones with disabilities trampolining is therapeutic, enjoyable & relaxing.
How do I get involved?
You can also try our club out first in a taster session. Places are limited to 24 participants
per class (places will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis, so book soon to avoid
disappointment). Text or call 07783580354, email firstname.lastname@example.org or send a message
to us through our Facebook page 'Tumbling Trampoliners'. If you would like any more information
at all feel free to contact us.
Any more questions?
See our Frequently Asked Questions