EXPERT GUIDANCE AND COACHING
Trampolining - Double-Mini Trampoline - Artistic Gymnastics - Tumbling
Our coaches are highly qualified and versatile. We can adapt to any specific learning style or requirement. We have been coaching for a long time so we are confident we can help you achieve your goals.
Gymnastics Guru has a reputation as a company that can provide high quality, varied and structured private sessions for our customers. We have years of experience and have been coaching private sessions catering specifically to individual needs for many years.
Your sessions will include session-by-session note taking to keep track of your progress, constant monitoring of your sessions to keep you on target & progress reviews for block booking sessions. Sessions will be assigned one coach, but for larger groups we can provide more coaches if required.
All our private and group sessions can be administered in our Leeds venue (please see our locations page for more information), or we can come to your venue. Our venues have access to overhead rigs, foam pits and high quality equipment.
These sessions will be planned around yours or your group’s specific goals. We have had a wide range of customers from complete beginner trampoline enthusiasts, clients looking for an exciting activity with lots of health benefits, to international level competitors.
We cater for clients with a wide range of disabilities. Adaptable sessions to suit the individual’s needs. For pure enjoyment increasing physical/motor movement or learning new skills
Our team are very experienced in teaching you all the required elements of the stunt training register. We have years of experience & understand every aspect of the syllabus. No prior experience is necessary.
Any further questions about our 1-1 and group private sessions? Feel free to get in touch today. Or follow the below links to book your session with us.
Frequently asked questions
How long does my/the baby stay on the mattress?
They will stay on the mattress for several weeks until they reach around 36 weeks corrected (postmenstrual) gestational age. At that time, the hospital’s ‘Safe Sleep’ program begins to help prepare babies a safe transition home, at which time this intervention will conclude.
Is this considered safe sleep practice?
Preterm babies are not required to practice “Safe Sleep” until they reach an age closer to their due date- ideally by 35-36 weeks, or when they approach the time to transition to home. During your baby’s stay in the NICU, a “therapeutic positioning” approach will likely be used to maximize their comfort, growth and development. The BabyBe mattress is a supplemental therapeutic position intervention, the techno gel used is firm enough allow for safe use up to 36 weeks. Your baby’s team will consider ending this intervention before the target age of 36 weeks if your baby is ready to transition to home before this age.
What do I have to do to use the BabyBe?
- We will ask you to provide an updated voice recording every week for us to play for your baby when they are being changed and fed during their scheduled ‘cares’ sessions. To do this, we will provide you with a voice recorder and ask you to record yourself for about 15-20 minutes in a quiet place as you speak or read a book for your baby – or whatever else you consider soothing and would like them to hear.
- We will also ask you to calibrate the BabyBe System with your breathing rate and heart rate on a weekly basis. To do this, we will demonstrate how to hold the BabyBe ‘turtle’ on your chest while you sit and lean back in a relaxed position. Automatically, the turtle will sense your breathing rate and heart rate, and record these parameters to then relay them to your baby through the mattress.
Does the system play sounds at a level that is safe for my baby’s hearing?
Yes. The audio recordings of your voice and the heart beat sounds that are played through the gel mattress will only be just loud enough for your baby to hear. The volume is overall very low, such that it is generally only audible to adults when using a stethoscope on the mattress. It will not be any louder than the daily sounds they encounter as they are cared for, including regular speech or equipment noise.
What do I do if the baby seems to be bothered by the heartbeat or breathing movements?
If you believe your baby is bothered by the movements and sounds of the mattress, please let your nurse know and they will notify our research team to troubleshoot as needed. If all the equipment is functioning adequately, but the intervention seems to be upsetting for your baby, we will notify our senior research team, turn off the device, and disconnect the mattress.
How often do we play the audio recording of parents talking?
We will play these audio recordings several times a day as your baby is receving their “cares” sessions (when they are changed and fed).
Who do I contact if I am having a problem?
If any issues or questions arise, feel free to contact one of the members of the research team:
Senior Research Nurse