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Canberra Trampoline Gymnastics Club (CTGC) offers adult recreational term classes. Adult recreational classes cater for all levels of ability.


Our adult recreational trampoline classes are "just for fun classes". They teach skills on both trampoline and double mini trampoline and are all about having fun and learning new skills. CTGC recreational trampolinists learn how to jump higher, sault, twist and land safely and progress through the ten trampoline levels at their own pace.

2024 Term Dates (Recreational Classes)

​Our adult recreational classes run in line with the ACT public school terms.

  • Term 1: Monday 29 January - Friday 12 April

  • Term 2: Monday 29 April - Friday 5 July

  • Term 3: Monday 22 July - Friday 27 September

  • Term 4: Monday 14 October - Tuesday 17 December

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Adult Recreational Classes

Ages 17+

Levels 1-5


5:45pm - 7:00pm


  • Trial Class: $20.00 per athlete

  • Full Term: Costs listed here

Important Information AC



What to Wear:

  • Trampoline athletes should wear comfortable, stretchy clothes with no zips etc. that could be caught in the trampoline bed.

  • Socks must be worn while on the trampolines (normal socks and grippy socks are both fine).

  • All jewellery/watches etc. must be removed prior to class.

  • Trampoline athletes do get hot while training so layers are a good option in winter.

  • New trampoline athletes may wish to bring a long sleeved top with them, even in summer, to put on while learning front landings (long sleeved tops provide protection against scratched elbows).


What to Bring:

  • All trampoline athletes are required to bring socks and a water bottle to training.

Class Size:

  • Trampolining classes have a normal maximum ratio of one coach to six trampolinists (occasionally classes may increase to a ratio of one coach to seven trampolinists to accommodate trampolinists attending make-up classes).

Illness or Injury:

  • Any athlete who is unwell is required to stay home. Any injury should be discussed with the Club Manager or Head Coach prior to training so that a modified program can be implemented. 

  • All athletes and spectators are required to follow CTGC's "Return to Play in a COVID Safe Environment Plan" available here.

  • The Club Manager/Head Coach can be contacted via this form.


Safety First:

  • The safety and well-being of every member will always be our first priority. Any issues that arise will be communicated and addressed in a timely manner. We reserve the right to remove any participant from the program if their behaviour is unsafe. ​

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