Bouncing on a trampoline is a great way to develop balance and coordination, especially if you are simultaneously eating soup. Develop bouncing discipline with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for three one-hour beginner trampoline classes for ages 8 to 17 (a $54 value)
- $25 for three 90-minute intermediate trampoline classes for ages 8 through adult (a $69 value)<p>
Participants in intermediate-level classes should be able to perform a back tuck and a flip. If participants between the ages of 8 to 17 are unable to perform a back tuck and flip, beginner classes should be purchased. Participants who are 18 or older will be placed in intermediate classes for adults only. With co-ed class sizes limited to seven students, each student gets ample time with their instructor and chances to jump higher than the height of their elementary school principal.<p>
Skyriders Trampoline Place
Karen Cockburn, Jason Burnett, Mathieu Turgeon, and Rosie MacLennan have all led Canada's trampoline team to secure gold, silver, and bronze medals in recent Olympic and Pan-Am games. Jason has also employed his leaping and spinning prowess as a film stuntman. Under the tutelage of Olympic coach and Skyriders owner Dave Ross, these athletes not only train competitively but also spread their knowledge through rigorous instruction during classes. Four in-ground regulation Olympic-size trampolines and a much larger super trampoline grant more than 20 feet of vertical jump room for them to demonstrate and teach tricks to their jumping students. Bungee belts and harnesses allow beginners to become acquainted with more advanced moves while keeping them secure enough to continue solving their Rubik’s cube. While some classes span multiple weeks, the seasoned acrobats also conduct day classes and gather both provincial and interclub teams for competition.