Thursday, February 11, 2016

Jump Yard: Manila's Newest Indoor Trampoline Park

I love taking my girls out on dates, just us girls.  I love the bond that I have with both my daughters, and I treasure it. I love to spend time doing an activity with them. I also love to hear about what is important to them: who they like spending time with, what they are thinking about. Our conversations are nothing deep, just mundane and ordinary, but in the end it’s the little things that add up to the whole that makes them who they are.


So when we were invited to visit Jump Yard, Manila's newest indoor trampoline park, I said yes right away! I know jumping on an olympic trampoline was something my girls and I would enjoy doing together.





Jump Yard isn’t your typical back-yard type trampoline.  It is the first and biggest indoor trampoline park in the Philippines with a one-of-a-kind high-flying experience!  Jumpers can jump as high as they can, bounce off the walls, and allow themselves to land on a soft bed of foam – and we mean lots and lots of foam.  With over 2000 square meters of jumping space, you will never run out of things to do at Jump Yard. 

Click on the video below for an interactive view of Jump Yard:




Trampoline Parks are relatively new in Manila, and because it involves a lot of physical movement within an enclosed space, it is important that all the participants are aware of the do's and dont's before going in the jumping area.
We made sure to take some time to read the safety rules which is posted by the cashier.


In addition to that, we also sat down to watch a video on how to jump responsibly.



If you are going in with kids 10 years old and below, it is recommended that you catch the first jumping schedule, which is the 1030-1130am time slot. This way the place is not yet too crowded and your little ones are safer and can enjoy the facilities more. The standard rule is one person per trampoline, but we all know how it is with kids. Sometimes with their excitement, they forget the rules on safety and just get on with what they want. A smaller child might get hurt if he goes beside a bigger kid who could lose control and land on him.

O ayan, be warned: cash transactions only for the moment since they are still on soft opening.



Because they are on soft opening, Jump Yard is slashing their jump rate to just P250/hour. Go na! There's a lot of holidays this month of February so make the most of it!




For kids aged 10 and below, an adult companion is required to accompany them at all times. The non-jumpers can pay for the platform rate of P100. They can bring their own regular socks or they can also purchase on site.

However, for everyone jumping on the trampolines, grip socks, sold for P100 (shown below), are required.



Like any physical activity, it is recommended to do a short warm-up/stretching before proceeding with the actual jumping. To prevent any injuries, Jump Yard strongly encourages all its guest to do some pre-jumping requirements.



Jump Yard features huge trampolines divided into sections for individual bouncers. There are several attractions which are divided into zones. Dodge, duck, and dive in their dodgeball courts, flip out in the Foam Zone, bounce and try some tricks on the olympic trampoline courts, dunk some balls in their trampoline basketball courts.

Trained Marshals go around to assist each and every jumper at any time of the day. 


The first thing you will see when you enter the venue is the Olympic trampoline. Jumpers can jump as high as they can and then throw themselves to land on the soft bed of foam right beside it.




Each attractions has a corresponding set of rules right beside it for the safety and enjoyment of all the guests.



 The dodge ball area 


the main court



The Foam Pit features a wall for climbing, after which you can jump right 
into the foam cubes below it.


Here's J trying to cross the foam pit using the monkey bars.



Here we are taking a break because nakakapagod din to traverse through all those foams. 
Promise! Effort talaga for me.


Easily, the most loved attraction in Jump Yard is the zero gravity basketball court. Teenaged boys and dads can fly high in the air and dunk the ball.


My B did a pretty good job of shooting the balls... di nga lang nag slam dunk.




Kiefer and Thirdy Ravena shows everyone how to jump and dunk when they visited JumpYard.





After an hour of jumping around, my 2 girls finally took some time to sit down and rest. Napagod na din!



While jumping can be fun, it can also be tiring, so Jump Yard also thought of keeping guests comfortable. For this reason, there's a restaurant outside which offers light meals and beverages.  


Party packages are available for birthdays, special occasions, end-of-school get-togethers, or team-building activities. 


Don’t miss out on the fun!  Head over to Jump Yard and enjoy the thrill of its jump-packed activities! 

Jump Yard Indoor Trampoline Park is located at Frontera Verde Complex, Ortigas Avenue Corner C5,  Pasig City.  Visit www.jumpyard.ph for more details. Like and follow jumpyardPH on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram. Call 544-0703, 09084720031 and 09156182183.

 



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