Fusion Autism &

Sensory sessions

It has been recognised that jumping on a trampoline helps individuals with Autism to control their anxiety and relieve the build-up of stress.

Sensory-friendly jump times are here!

At Fusion, our goal is to extend the exhilaration and liberation that comes from trampoline flight to everyone. Hence, we provide Sensory-friendly Sessions every Tuesday Afternoon.

Every Tuesday, we also run a sensory session from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. We invite all individuals and groups who find sensory stimulation challenging to join us for an invigorating jump session.

Our sensory sessions at Fusion are particularly beneficial for our amazing guests, as we offer the following advantages during this time:

  • Reduced Capacity to keep disruption to a minimum
  • All music & effects lights turned off for a more comfortable experience
  • Quiet rooms are provided to ensure a calm atmosphere

trampoline activities can be particularly beneficial for children with autism and special needs, and here’s why:

  1. Sensory Stimulation: Jumping on a trampoline provides a unique sensory experience. The sensation of bouncing and the feeling of weightlessness can be an enjoyable and calming way for children with autism to engage their sensory systems. The rhythmic motion can help stimulate and balance the vestibular system which is responsible for our sense of balance and spatial orientation.
  2. Motor Skills Development: Trampoline activities help improve gross motor skills like balance, coordination, and agility. For children with special needs, mastering these skills can boost self-confidence and independence.
  3. Physical Fitness: Bouncing on a trampoline provides a full-body workout, promoting cardiovascular health and muscular development. It’s an enjoyable way to encourage physical fitness in children with special needs who might struggle with more traditional forms of exercise.
  4. Social Skills: Group trampoline sessions can promote social interaction, allowing children to learn and practice social skills in a fun, low-stress environment.
  5. Therapeutic Benefits: The repetitive motion of bouncing can be calming and therapeutic for many children with autism. It can serve as a positive outlet for pent-up energy and help reduce anxiety and stress, contributing to overall emotional well-being.
  6. Cognitive Development: Trampoline activities can improve concentration and focus. Navigating the bounce and maintaining balance requires mental alertness and can contribute to cognitive development.

However, it’s important to remember that every child is unique, and what works for one might not work for another. It’s always best to consult with therapists or medical professionals when incorporating new activities into a child’s routine.

session cost

  • Participant
  • Parent/Carer
  • 7.95pp

  • Free

safety rules

  • Children between the ages of 2 to 4 years must be accompanied by an adult jumper during peak sessions.
  • Children under 2 are not allowed to jump. We instead run dedicated toddler sessions throughout the week.
  • All jumpers & carers must complete a waiver form prior to their first session
  • All jumpers & carers must watch the health & safety video prior to entering the park
  • Fusion Grip socks are compulsory, without exception, for the safety of all our jumpers & carers. You can purchase these online or at reception. 
  • Please arrive 20 minutes early for the safety briefing.