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Airhouse Academy

At Airhouse we coach group lessons in Trampoline, Skateboarding, Parkour, and Mountain Biking throughout the school year. Each Airhouse location has a different mix of sports on offer.

The Airhouse Academy program is a designed for individual attention and coaching. To do this we have low athlete to student ratios in all sports so you or your child gets maximum attention at all times. Courses are 5 weeks in length with 1 hour of coaching per week.

Airhouse follows the Canada Sport For Life Long Term Athlete Development model and stages.  Our focus is on learning in a fun, positive and safe environment.

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Jumping Joey’s – 3 & 4 year olds

  • Introduction stage to trampolines
  • ABC’s of movement. Agility, Balance, Coordination & Speed
  • Through play and movement the young athletes are developing the fundamental movement skills that will provide the foundation for learning sport skills at an older age
  • Our Coaches guide these young athletes through active play time, helping build important connections within the brain and between the brain and their muscles

Leaping Lizards – 5 – 7 year olds

  • The FUNdamentals stage of athlete development working on core movement skills in structured and unstructured activities
  • Continued emphasis on the ABC’s of movement. Agility, Balance, Coordination & Speed
  • Developing skills by guided play and activity from our Coaches by using a wide variety of equipment throughout our facility
  • Learning with new friends and old friends while being active and developing a strong self-esteem
  • Introduction of our 4 Ability Levels and building upon foundational skills
    • Intro, Novice, Intermediate & Advanced

Flying Falcons – 7 – 9 year olds

  • Continuation of the FUNdamentals stage of athlete development working on core movement skills in structured and unstructured activities
  • Basic rules, tactics, decision making and ethics of sport are introduced
  • Coaches increase focus on the integration of training with fun and games
  • Start developing strength, endurance and flexibility through games and fun activities

Wild Cats – 9 – 12 year olds

  • Athletes move into the LEARN TO TRAIN stage understanding the rules, tactics, and decision making in their sport
  • Coaches focus on guiding the development of coordination and fine motor control
  • More emphasis on formalized training methods with a balance of free play for exploration
  • Conversion of fundamental movement skills into fundamental sport skills

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