Disk Balance

It has been shown to be very effective for reducing ADHD symptoms and improving concentration and reading skills.

Cross lateral

When children do cross-lateral movements (arm and leg movements that cross over from one side of the body to the other) the two sides of the brain are forced to communicate and this strengthens the nerve-cell pathways that link both sides of the brain through the corpus callosum.

Crossing the midline is necessary to stimulate brain function, learning, reading and writing. Children could benefit from increased sensory integration and body coordination.


jumping requires the jumper to manage multiple tasks simultaneously: balancing, bouncing, maintaining an upright position and anticipating the next move.

It is an effective way to practice the skill of concentration, improved attention spans, increased information retention, development of cognitive skills, Spatial awareness, spatial reasoning are critical parts of everyday life. It allows children to navigate places, participate in athletic activities and much more.

Trampoline jumping circulates blood black to the heart, sending a fresh supply of oxygen-rich blood to the brain. This improves brain health by controlling inflammation and expanding the size of the memory center.

Ball Balance

This strengthens the muscles of your core, improves proprioception -- or awareness of your body as it moves through space -- and improves posture, balance and coordination. These are skills that translate into improved sports and fitness performance and better protection from injury.