TRAMPOLINING

Trampolining is a form of gymnastics in which participants perform acrobatics while bouncing. This can range from simple jumps in the pike, tuck or straddle position to more complex combinations of forward or backward somersaults and twists. It’s a sport that can be enjoyed by most age groups and abilities, and has the following health and social benefits:

  • Firms and tones muscles
  • Stimulates your metabolism
  • Increases oxygen capacity
  • Improves bone density
  • Improves your sense of balance and co-ordination
  • Strengthens the heart
  • Increases energy and sense of vitality
  • Improves your confidence
  • Allows you to challenge yourself and learn new skills
  • Makes you smile, laugh and have fun!

Jump Space runs class-based trampolining/rebound therapy evening sessions throughout the week for people with and without disabilities. We are also open during the day for use by groups, schools, care homes and individual referrals. Please click here to access our timetable, or contact us on 0161 637 2800 or info@jumpspace.org.uk.

NB: Trampolining and Rebound Therapy are unsuitable for those with the following conditions: pregnancy; rodded backs; dwarfism; brittle bones; detachable retina; certain heart conditions; positive AAI screening.