Winter Registration Info

The schedule for our Winter Term (Jan 2- Mar 12) can be found by clicking the SCHEDULES tab above, and registration will open to new families on December 11th. At that time, you will be able to register your child using our online portal (see PARENT LOG IN in the top right corner). Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns!

Lost and Found

It's that time again! Our Lost and Found is overflowing with water bottles, hats, and all the other precious items that have been left behind at the gym over the last few months! Items will be displayed at both locations and on social media all week. Make sure to grab anything that's yours! Unclaimed items will be donated next week.

Gym closed June 28-July 3

The gym in both locations will be closed June 28-July 3. Our offices will still be open for any inquiries, including registrations for Summer Term camps and classes, and Fall Term as well! See you on July 4 for Summer Term!

May 23rd Closure

Both locations will be closed on Monday, May 23rd, but we will remain open this Saturday and Sunday! If you'll be absent on Saturday or Sunday, you can contact us to schedule a make-up class! Monday folks, you won't be missing anything because we stuck an extra Monday onto the end of the term :)

Save My Spot - Jan 31st

Save-my-Spot begins on January 31st! This means that if you would like to register for the same class & time in the Spring term as you have in the Winter term you can do so from Jan 31- Feb 6. If you are a returning family who would like to register for a different class or time, you can do so from Feb 7- 20 during Change-my-Spot weeks!

Registration for new families will open on February 20th.

Lost & Found Week

It's Lost & Found Week once again! Lost and Found items from the last few months are on display at our Yaletown and North Van locations. They will be donated on January 24th, so come check it out soon!

Holiday Hours

Please note that we will have reduced holiday hours over holidays. We look forward to seeing you for Camps and Jump Plays and for our Winter Term January 4.Happy Holidays!


December 25-27: CLOSED December 28-31: 8:30-4:30 January 1: CLOSED January 2-3: 9:30-5:30


December 25-27: CLOSED December 28-31: 8:30-4:30 January 1: CLOSED January 2-3: 10:30-5:30

Change My Spot!

Change Your Spot priority registration for Jump families  for our next term which runs from January 4th to March 13th, 2016 has now started. This is for families who:

  • Would like to transfer to a different day/class time
  • Are returning to Jump after a break
  • Have children who are ready to move to the next level (ex. Jump two to Jump three)
  • Have been on a waitlist and would like to join a class
  • Would like to enroll a sibling in a class

Contact our front desks in North Van or Yaletown to Change Your Spot and be sure to check out our Holiday Camps and extra Holiday Date Nights to make your holiday season easier and more fun!


Trick and Treat at Jump!

Things are pretty tricky at Jump this week! In the spooktacular spirit of the season we've got some fun, active tricks your kids can play on our team in exchange for a (sugar-free) treat. Be sure to drop by our front desks in Yaletown and North Van this week to get in on the Halloween action. And after a lovely, dry fall it's ironic that it looks like it's going to be a wet night on October 31st. So why not take your kids to the 16th Annual Trick or Treat in Yaletown from 3:30 - 5:30 pm and then drop them at Jump for our Halloween Date Night from 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm and head out for some ghoulish grown up fun of your own?



Jump North Van Welcomes Julie

We're delighted to welcome Julie to North Vancouver as our Facility Leader. You'll see her coaching and keeping things shipshape when you're in the gym (and maybe even bouncing around!) so feel free to connect with her with your questions anytime! Julie hails from Germany and by way of introduction we've asked her a few questions to get to know her better and shared her answers here: Q. How long have you worked for Jump Gymnastics? A. I first started working for Jump in 2009 when I was last in Vancouver. In May 2015 I came back and started working at Jump Yaletown and transferred to Jump North Vancouver at the beginning of September.

Q. Do you have a background in athletics or other sports? A. When I was four years old I started with track and field. My disciplines were running long and short distances and jumping high and far. I kept doing it for over 10 years. When I turned six I also started with horseback riding and it is still a big part of my life. My favorite sports these days are snowboarding and swimming.

Back in Germany I used to work as a sports teacher for an elementary school, as a fitness coach for all ages and as a swim teacher for children. I did my education at a private sports academy for three years and have been working as a sports teacher since then.

Q. What's your favourite part about working with kids? A. Working with kids is always a pleasure and fun. Kids are honest and straightforward, which makes work very interesting and varied. They always appreciate your work and are mostly open for trying new ideas for movements and games.

Q. Have you spent much time in North Van before you started as Facility Leader? A. I actually have never really spent much time in North Vancouver even though it is already my second time in Vancouver, but I'm enjoying discovering the North Van community. There is so much nature just around the corner. I am getting really excited about the winter, just grabbing my snowboard before or after work and heading up to one of the local mountains.

Q. What's the best thing about managing Jump North Van? A. There are more than just one best thing about managing North Van. I get to know a whole new community with its families. Also I get to work with a whole new coach team which I am enjoying. My work standards are always high and I like that I have opportunities to implement these.

Q. How did you end up in Vancouver from Frankfurt? A. My wish was to live in a different country for a year. I was looking for a city where I had a chance of improving my English, being close to the ocean and go snowboarding as much as possible. And here I am!!! Vancouver is made for me.

Q. What would you like Jump families to know about you? A. I feel so lucky having a second chance to live in Vancouver. My goal is for my English to become fluent. So please feel free to help me with this!