Freestyle Trampoline

Freestyle Trampoline is the basis for spatial awareness skills in all sports. No longer is it just the “Extreme” sports that are doing aerial movements. It builds on the basic skills of traditional trampolining and then allows the athlete to develop their own set of skills using a fundamental progression of skill development for each trick.

Focused on Fun Continued learning of the 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 sports 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.

All lessons are taught by certified coaches using the Canada Sport For Life age-appropriate levels. Classes start for kids age 3 y/o and up. Starting with the basics of trampoline safety and continue to work on developing skills at your athlete’s pace and comfort level.

  • Pre K - 45 min classes once per week, 6x sessions - $89

  • K - Gr 9 - 60 min classes once per week, 6x sessions - $119

 
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A foundational introductory program specifically designed for kids before they are in Kindergarten using the Active Start methodology of Canada Sport for Life Long Term Athlete Development Program. An introduction to trampolines with the 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 sports 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 Learning trampoline safety and risk identification

 
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For young athletes in the FUNdamentals stage where athletes development working on core movement skills in structured and unstructured activities. Using a wide variety of equipment throughout our facility to learn with new friends and old friends, while being active and developing a strong self-esteem.

  • Intro: This is a continuation of the Active Start methodology of Canada Sport for Life Long Term Athlete Development Program.

  • Novice: For athletes who have completed all of the skills in the Intro level.

  • Intermediate: For athletes who have completed all of the skills skills in the Novice level.

 
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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

Intro: This is a continuation of the Active Start methodology of Canada Sport for Life Long Term Athlete Development Program.

Novice: For athletes who have completed all of the skills skills in the Intro level.

Intermediate: For athletes who have completed all of the skills skills in the Novice level.

Advanced: For athletes who have completed all of the skills skills in the Intermediate level.

 
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These athletes are going through a big physical and emotional change, athletes at a competitive level start to focus on the TRAIN TO TRAIN stage of the Canada Sport for Life. Others are looking for a way to stay active in a fun and social atmosphere

Intro: This is a continuation of the Active Start methodology of Canada Sport for Life Long Term Athlete Development Program.

Novice: For athletes who have completed all of the skills skills in the Intro level.

Intermediate: For athletes who have completed all of the skills skills in the Novice level.

Advanced: For athletes who have completed all of the skills skills in the Intermediate level.

Natalie Byers-Jones