Trampoline lessons for all the family
Greenwich Bouncers trampoline academy offers trampoline lessons for adults and children aged 2+, including Rebound Therapy for those with physical and/or learning difficulties.
Our lessons are structured and are delivered by British Gymnastics and ReboundTherapy.org qualified coaches. We teach you how to mount and dismount safely, skills development and how to perform routines based on British Gymnastics and Winstrada development programmes.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Anne-Sonia King
- Contact Position
- Club Manager, Head Coach
- Trampolining lessons
Greenwich Bouncers trampoline academy offers trampoline lessons for adults and children aged 2+, including Rebound Therapy for those with physical and/or learning difficulties. We have a hoist so we can provide services for those who can get on with or without assistance (we will help with this). Sessions are held at Plumstead Manor School, Old Mill Road, SE18 8QF on Saturday morning at 10 or 11am. Annual Membership is £25 per month for 1 session per week, 10% discount for 2 sessions per week or for siblings/parent. Drop-in sessions are available at £8.00 each if you wish to have some trial sessions. Classes are mixed with adults and children sharing the same trampolines.
Where to go
- Plumstead Manor School
Old Mill Road
- SE18 1QF
The venue, Plumstead Manor School is fully assessable, but it’s a 5 min walk to the Gym at the back of the School.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Sessions are Saturday mornings at 10 and/or 11am and last for 50mins.
- Time of day
- Session Information
Structured sessions delivered by British Gymnastics qualified coaches and Rebound Therapists for those with disabilities.
- Referral required
- Other notes
Our Trampoline Coaches/Rebound Therapists are qualified fo deliver structured coaching to all ages 2+ and abilities, except the following exclusions (contra-indicators):
* Detaching retina (detached retina is NOT an exclusion)
* AAI: Atlanto-axial instability (only found in some with Downs Syndrome
* Brittle Bone disease
* Spinal Rodding