Who we are?
Jump Space was established in 2008 by Marie Fisher and Lynsey Mcintosh, both having an extensive background in coaching Trampolining. Initially operating in local leisure centres and schools demand for the activities offered grew to the point where in 2010 the Jump Space Centre was opened at its current site.
Jump Space is a specialist centre offering Rebound Therapy, Trampolining and Sensory play. Our primary client group is people with disability and their families (we encourage siblings to take part as well). We do however welcome everyone with all of our classes being open to people with or without disability. We provide a safe, fun, understanding and non-judgmental environment for disabled children and young people, many of whom, due to their impairments, are unable to access other forms of sport and activity.
The centre is fully accessible with hoist equipment available for the trampolines, ball pool, sensory area and accessible toilet facility.
Jump Space now has a team of nine staff, eight being coaches who are trained to teach Rebound Therapy & Trampolining and one administrator who are DBS checked. We also have the support of around 20 volunteers who provide excellent support to participants in sessions.
As a registered charity Jump Space is governed by a board of trustees who are volunteers and report to the Charity Commission. We are also fortunate to have Paul Lake (former Manchester City player as our Patron).