At Airborne Trampoline KW, leapers of all ages defy gravity on the centre's six Olympic-style trampolines. Custom mats and padding surround each trampoline to ensure safe landings. Trampoline coaches certified by Gymnastics Ontario and the NCCP watch over visiting jumpers and recreational classes of students aged 6 through adult as they leap, flip, and twirl through basic moves and advanced tricks. When not leading classes, coaches also host tryouts for an in-house competition team. The centre also provides decorated private rooms and basic catering services for birthday parties, during which children combine the joy of birthdays with the thrill of hugging clouds they've herded indoors.
With thousands of frame and mat samples, Framing & Art Centre can satisfy any and all framing fantasies. The expert framespeople can make diplomas radiate (diploma framing starts at around $100), personalized jerseys glisten (starting around $300), and dorm-room movie posters sparkle (under $100 for 24"x36" pieces). The design wizards can also find a home for any prized possession, such as shoe-box photos, baby booties, ticket stubs, medals, and really good pot roasts.
Awarded Best Dance Studio by Cambridge Times, Move With Grace instructs in the ways of sway with a host of fun and educational dance classes. Toe-tapping sessions can aid in body and mind development, including multi-tasking skills crucial to future success such as how to follow a lesson while keeping your tutu on. The family-friendly facility houses a 2,500-square-foot wireless lounge for parents to chill as their offspring twist and shout. Sift through a spectrum of seminars including ballet, jazz, hip-hop, and lyrical contemporary, as well as Kidazzle and Tot classes for 3–5 year olds. Check out the class schedule for all the hip-shaking happenings.
For more than 30 iron-pumping years, World Gym continues to help clients of all fitness levels find fine fettle with muscle-boosting equipment and exercise classes. Fitness students can work toward fitness goals or live out their own Pygmalion transformation after sweat sessions such as a 45-minute Spin class, or a 60-minute Pumping Iron class that promises to challenge all clients from beginners to seasoned weightlifters. The Boxfit session boosts cardiovascular health while teaching students how to defend against one’s own shadow; Hatha yoga yields peace of mind and the path to toned physiques. With a variety of classes offered seven days a week on the Cambridge and Kitchener schedules, students can mix and match classes to create the ultimate weekly buffing routine.
Wedges 'N Woods Golf Academy helps players of all experience levels build their skills at its comprehensive practice facility, complete with driving, chipping, and putting greens. A fully irrigated tee deck allows guests to practice landing on the 10 target greens using every club, and practice bunkers challenge golfers to get out of the sand before the tide washes away their castle. A CPGA professional offers various levels of instruction, combining modern teaching techniques and video analysis to correct golfers' swings and mental approach to the game. The academy also maintains an 18-hole miniature course surrounded by natural landscaping and sand traps, providing mini golfers their first step toward their quest to attain the Mini Masters' coveted green sweater vest.
The Bogey Golf Tour grants golfers a chance to take to the links and compete against fellow amateurs in tournaments scheduled at some of the finest courses in the London, Windsor, Detroit, and Kitchener/Waterloo areas. At each event, scratch golfers compete in the Birdie division, 0–15 handicaps square off in the Par division, and 16+ handicappers trade pinpoint approaches and sequined divot tools in the Bogey division. The top five finishers in each division receive prize money—which can be paid out in gift certificates or cash—and the Tour also holds prize competitions for longest drive, closest to the pin, and 3-iron jousting. The Tour publishes the results from each tournament in local newspapers, and players can chart the peaks and valleys of their careers on the Tour Members list, which compiles all of their tournament results. Along with providing an outlet for amateur golfers to exercise their long-suppressed competitive side, the Tour and its sponsors have raised $74,000 for various area charities since 2003.