WE TAKE CARE
WE TAKE CARE SAFETY FIRST!
SAFETY IN THE LATEST TRAMPOLINE, PARKOUR AND FREESTYLE PARK!
On more than 2,000 m² you will experience action and fun paired with safety and quality. No matter if you are a trampoline beginner or a professional, everyone will get their money's worth in our different areas. Our highly trained instructors are always willing to give advices and they will help you to develop your coordinative skills. Our professional support reduces the risk of injury to a minimum.
A new FlipTime starts every 30 minutes. Special warm up with our instructors ensures that your body is perfectly prepared for the trampoline experience. Our rules for safe trampoline jumping will also be explained. One of the most important rules is that two or more people may never jump on a trampoline at the same time. Children under the age of 7 must always explore the area accompanied by their legal guardians.
Professional care, support!
Special attention is paid to the training of our instructors.
One instructor is responsible for 20 visitors, so that the jumpers can be looked after ideally. Regular training ensures that our instructors are always up to date. We only use trampolines and devices of the highest quality. Our air bags allow soft and safe landings while you are learning new tricks.
Right from the start the FLIP LAB concept was developed in close cooperation with doctors and sports scientists. Markus Posch, PhD from the University of Innsbruck (Institute of Sports Science): “In general, trampoline jumping is a great activity for children. It can improve neurological development, promotes coordination and balance and also makes a decisive contribution to body awareness. Due to the high and still increasing number of trampoline users, this sport, like any other sport, is also associated with a certain risk of injury. Most injuries occur when the trampolines are used improperly. But warm up, the introduction to the most important rules of trampoline jumping and specialist staff can can prevent serious accidents on the trampoline. This will reduce the risk of injury significantly.”