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.
Who can bounce?
Children can start from 3 years old & there is no upper age limit, our eldest is 82. Toddlers are
the club & seating area, but unfortunatley aren't allowed to bounce until they are 3. Many adults
train alongside children & teenagers at our club (so feel free to come & have a bounce too Mums &
Our sessions are all mixed age, gender & ability level. We find having a mix of ages & ability
well, so families can train together & our more advanced bouncers can help beginners.
Disabilities are welcome! Our coaches are trained & have years of experience
working with a range of disabilities. Our coaches have taken extra
courses to be better equipped to understand & work with a range of physical,
behavioural, mental, learning & social disabilities & disorders. In the past 14
years we have coached severely autistic ones, people with asperger's syndrome,
ADHD, dyspraxia, fibromyalgia, hypermobility, ones recovering after a stroke,
speech & understanding problems, a girl with one hand, cerebral palsy,
people recovering from various operations, ataxia,
ones with 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 or specific rebound therapy at a time which suits you. We work with disability schools too
& run private sessions for these ones. Contact us if you would like to organise a separate
sessions for your group, need us to tailor any of our sessions to a specific disability, have any
about whether you can bounce 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. Trampolining is therapeutic, enjoyable & relaxing.
Also our club environment is a lovely place to make friends, learn to communicate effectively,
praise, help & guide others. Although trampolining is an individual sport, we work as a team.
We have a seating area for parents, friends & family, where you can play games, have a cuppa,
catch up with other parents or if you're feeling productive bring your laptop & get some work done
whilst the kids are happily bouncing away.
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 & some sessions are full,
so please contact us to book your space. Text or call 07783580354
or send a message us on Facebook
If you would like any more information
at all feel free to contact us.
Any more questions?
See our Frequently Asked Questions