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stretch massage
Stretch & Massage Therapy
September 01, 2018

We are proud to add Kasandra Bandfield, LMT, FST, CMPT to our facility offering Stretch and Massage Therapy. Kasandra is licensed and trained in massage therapy, fascial stretch therapy, and a certified medicupping practitioner. 

Fascial Stretch Therapy, or FST, is different than just getting a massage. It is an innovative stretch therapy originally designed for professional athletes. Unlike massage or other stretching techniques, FST starts at the joint capsule and focuses on planes of tissue and lines of muscles and fascia, not just individual muscles. For FST sessions, you will remain fully clothed. Please wear comfortable clothes you can move freely in (we recommend leggings or yoga pants and a t-shirt). If you tend to run cold, consider wearing a lightweight, long-sleeve t-shirt. Your session will start with a range of motion and postural assessments and review of your health history. One of our goals is to provide systemic relaxation, so the treatment room will have low light and relaxing music will be playing.

Your body will be stretched in ways that you just cannot do on your own. 

  • Increase Range of Motion
  • Muscular Balance and Symmetry
  • Improved Performance
  • Reduced Pain
  • Reduced Risk of Injury
  • Improved Posture
  • Improved Muscle Function
  • Improved Circulation
  • Decreased Compression of Joints
  • Decreased Impingement of Joints
  • Improved Energy
  • Feel Lighter, Taller, More Open & Loose

There is no way to fully describe the type of stretching you will receive without actually experiencing it for yourself. Come in for a complimentary consultation. She is available to work on students, as well as parents. 

JUMP TNT members: $60 (55 minutes)
Students (under 18): $50 (55 minutes)
Non-members welcome: $70 (55 minutes)

Appointment required. Call 770.560.7343 or click below to book online.

Book an Appointment




rhythmic gymnastics
Rhythmic Gymnastics
January 01, 2019

Solo Rhythmic Gymnastics Program - Our facility is proud to host the Solo Rhythmic Gymnastics Program with classes starting in September on Fridays and Saturdays.

Rhythmic Gymnastics is a fascinating Olympic Sport. It combines the dynamics and flexibility of gymnastics with art and grace of ballet and self expression of a modern dance.

It emphasizes on flexibility, agility, physical strength, grace and musicality. There are five pieces of hand held apparatus used in Rhythmic Gymnastics: rope, ball, hoop, ribbon and clubs. It requires high developed hand-eye and foot-eye coordination.

Rhythmic gymnastics routines are choreographed to music and links body elements, variable apparatus handlings and dance elements. Whether for recreational performance or for a competition rhythmic gymnastics routine is always a spectacular show.

For more information about the Solo Rhythmic Gymnastics Program, visit their websiteSolo Rhythmic Gymnastics 

To enroll, click on the link button below. 

Click on button below to see the classes currently available and the monthly tuition fees.

Rhythmic Gymnastics Classes






Open Jump square
Open JUMP (open gym)
February 23, 2019

Our next Open JUMP is Saturday, February 23rd TIMES: 2:00 - 3:30 (ages 5-10) 3:30 - 6:00 (ages 11 and older). Come have some fun with us! You don't have to be registered in a class to come! Bring your friends!

Waiver signed by child's legal parent/guardian required: CLICK HERE

2:00 - 3:30pm - Ages 5-10 years old
$10 per child (sibling discount - $2 off)

3:30 - 6:00pm - Ages 11 and older
$15 per child (sibling discount - $2 off)

Grip socks are required to be worn on trampoline. You may use your own or you can purchase a pair at the front desk when you check in. Space is limited to the first 50 participants per session. You can reserve ahead of time by enrolling online (click below).

2:00 - 3:30 (ages 5-10): CLICK HERE
3:30 - 6:00 (ages 11+): CLICK HERE