THE HOME OF FREESTYLE
WELCOME TO BOUNCE – THE HOME OF FREESTYLE!
Freestyle is all about expression yourself through movement. Whether you’re trying to master your first flip into the Big Bag or learning how to run The Wall, it’s the best place to get a taste of Freestyle.
Learning new skills and working on your moves is even better when it’s with your friends!
So join our tribe and come Freestyle with us at BOUNCE!
HERE’S WHY BOUNCE IS AWESOME
Trampolining has tons of great benefits – it helps with coordination & agility, works as a great detox, gets your heart pumping, and above all, the thrill of learning a trick or two makes you REALLY HAPPY!
Anyone can Jump!
Whether you’re an adult or just started walking, trampolining has tons of great benefits for jumpers of all skill levels – it helps with coordination and agility, works as a detox and gets your heart pumping.
Our hosts are awesome!.
We’ve got some of the most energetic and friendly hosts who are ready to show you a cool trick or two, or simply guide and inspire you through your freestyle journey.
Makes you Smile
A little bit of jumping makes all the stress go away – there’s no thrill like learning new tricks! Come to BOUNCE, let loose and experience the magic freestyle has to offer!
COME AND JOIN OUR GLOBAL FREESTYLE MOVEMENT
Additional Points to Remember
- For children who require closer supervision, we encourage parents to purchase a jumping ticket to enjoy the experience with them.
- All kids 12 years and below must be accompanied by a parent
We look forward to welcoming you back to the Tribe!
For any questions – contact +97444086500
Expert analysis conducted by the Royal Children’s Hospital (Australia) with modelling of data supplied by BOUNCE, has shown that significant injuries in Middle East trampoline parks operated by BOUNCE Inc were very rare, with a rate of 0.07 significant injuries per 1,000 jumper hours.
The rates of trampoline park injuries calculated by this analysis compare favourably with that of other tackle-style sport making us safer than a game of tennis!
Source: The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne, Analysis of Trampoline Injuries (2017-2019), October 2021