Safety First

Did you know? Jumping on trampolines is considered an extreme sport. It is a vigorous and dangerous activity. Participating in the activity can result in serious injury, paralysis, or even death.

It is crucial all participants (including parents or guardians) thoroughly read and signed our waiver, adhere to our safety guidelines, abide to the rules posted throughout the facility, listen to our referees, fully understand the risks involved before jumping, and always jump within your own abilities to minimize the occurrence of injuries.

Because your safety is of utmost importance to us…

  • Our facility has been designed with strong and sturdy equipment manufactured and installed through reputable and reliable international suppliers

  • Daily inspections are held to ensure all equipment are safe

  • Weekly maintenance programs are conducted by our trained staff

  • All staff are trained to ensure high standards

  • All staff are first aid and CPR certified


Jumping on trampoline is known to have many positive health effects. However, before participating in any physical activity, you should be in good health and free from any serious medical condition. If you have any health issues or concerns, please consult your physician to seek for medical advice prior to your jump.

DO NOT JUMP if you suffer from:

High blood pressure, kidney disease, arthritis, heart conditions, have spinal, back, neck etc pain, motion sickness, are expecting a child, wearing any form of plaster cast, or have any other physical/health limitations that can be magnified by jumping. Once again, if in any doubt please consult your physician prior to jumping.

STOP jumping immediately if you feel any pain or discomfort in your body, feel lightheaded, dizzy, or feel like fainting, vomiting, or experience difficulty breathing. Please exit the court and find a place to sit and take rest.