The trampoline haven is mixing up “Dubai’s finest ravers, DJ, Club lights, Boxercise, Zumba, Cardio Blast, and Bounce Fit” for the free-jumping sessions at 7am, 8am and 9am.
Classes cost Dhs80 for an hour and kick off Saturday February 6, a weekend rave that starts at sunrise. With NASA claiming 10 minutes of bouncing is a better cardiovascular workout than 33 minutes of running - some might look at it as a healthy approach to nightclubbing.
Other benefits of using the trampoline include coordination improvement, stress relief, muscle toning, and absorbing 80 per cent of the impact that sports such as tennis may put on your joints.
Bounce also hold performance trampoline classes, dodgeball games, basketball, wall climbing, and big bag bombing access.
The Al Quoz venue is comprised of 50 trampolines stitched together and as an added bonus hosts birthday parties for kids.
Since it opened in June 2014, UAE residents have been flocking to indoor trampoline park, Bounce.
Venue manager Greg Campbell and co-founder and C.O.O Doran Davies, previously told us: “Bounce kind of fuses trampolining with parkour – free-running – hence, free-jumping. It’s about trying to reduce your limitations.
“You don’t need a gold medal in acrobatics to jump on a tramp, you just have to go for it and we want to provide an experience where that’s accessible to anyone and everyone.”