KZN gets locals jumping

Private Property South Africa
Cath Jenkin

A first for KwaZulu-Natal, this indoor trampoline park in Waterfall is making everyone jump for joy.

Jump4Joy Indoor Trampoline Park opened its doors in August last year and has already seen a crazy number of families and children popping in to bounce the day away. Plans are afoot to open up more branches during the year, but here’s what you can look forward to when you bounce in:

Bounce for fun

Yolandi Luyt, CFO and co-founder of Jump4Joy says that Jump4Joy’s interlocked trampolines gives you the freedom to be anything you want to be. “Flying through the air from one trampoline to another makes you feel like an astronaut, NBA basketball star or just a free, flying bird. There are no limitations to the freedom of jumping for joy. Grown-ups can tap into their childhood joy and children can just be children for a pure hour of fun. With our slam-dunk basketball lanes and foam pit there are no limits on your imagination. Indoor trampolining is pure fun while you get an extensive workout without even knowing it.”

Birthday fun

As most good family-fun establishments do, Jump4Joy also caters for bouncing birthday parties and events. With three basic party packages and parents allowed to decorate the party room as they please, don’t be surprised if your children ask for this type of celebration when they turn a year older. You’ll need to book in advance for this, so get in touch with the team if you’re keen.

Get fit too

Jump4Joy extends its offering beyond just a fun day out with the kids; there are regular exercise sessions too. Jump4Fitness, the Dodgeball League and Jolly Jumpers have all proven to be quite popular exercise classes. It’s no surprise really – you burn up quite the tally of calories while jumping around!

Experience it for yourself:


031 766 0104

This article originally appeared in Neighbourhood, Sunday Times.

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