Preschool Classes

are aimed at children aged 3-4 years old. In these classes the main focus is on play, fun, development and co-ordination. It is a requirement that the parents stay for the entirety of the lesson.

 

Junior Recreational Classes

are aimed at children between 5-10 years old. The main aim of these lessons is to have fun on the trampoline in a safe and controlled environment. These classes are designed to be challenging and they focus on skill development, fitness and co-ordination. Children are grouped according to both their age and their ability.

 

Senior Recreational Classes

are aimed at athletes 11-16 years old. The main aim of these lessons is to have fun on the trampoline in a safe and controlled environment. These classes are designed to be challenging and they focus on skill development, fitness and co-ordination.

Adult Classes

are aimed at athletes over 16 years old. These lessons are for fun, fitness and socialising! Whatever your level bring your mates along, have a great laugh and maybe even learn some cool moves!

 

Competitive Classes (Development Squad)

are aimed towards athletes who are aiming to qualify for Nationals. These athletes are expected to compete in the competitions recommended by their coaches. These classes include conditioning and flexibility exercises. Athletes who take part in these classes are expected to commit to two training sessions a week.

Competitive Classes (National Squads)

are for athletes who have qualified for the New Zealand National Championships in trampoline. These classes include conditioning and flexibility exercises. Athletes who take part in these classes are expected to commit to at least three training sessions a week.

Competitive Classes (International Squad)

are for athletes who are aiming to qualify for Australian Nationals, Indo Pacific or World Championships in trampoline and who are competing in the Sub Junior, Junior or Senior International division at the National Championships. These classes include conditioning and flexibility exercises. Athletes who take part in these classes are expected to commit to at least three or preferably four training sessions a week.