Members have spring in their steps

Peak trampoline head coach Ken Robertson and club manager Susan Watts. Picture: Andrew Ritchie d399383
Peak trampoline head coach Ken Robertson and club manager Susan Watts. Picture: Andrew Ritchie d399383

Her daughter Abbie then took a liking to the sport.

In 2010, Ms Watts started Peak Trampoline that now has more than 100 members, and 18-year-old Sam is a coach.

Abbie is the reigning under-17 Australian champion.

Peak Trampoline recently moved from Montgomery Hall in Mt Claremont to Lords Sports Club in Subiaco and Canadian Ken Robertson (21) has joined the club as a coach.

Robertson has been a trampoline coach for eight years and competed at the Canadian National Championships.

‘I love Perth and Peak’s pretty special,’ Robertson said.

‘Lords is a fantastic venue and it’s good exposure for our sport.’

Peak offers classes for children as young as three and its oldest member so far was 68.

Ms Watts said trampolining was great for people who were not interested in other sports.

‘It’s a great way for adults to keep fit and develop strength,’ she said.

‘There is a lot of laughter ” that’s the best part of it.’

For more information, visit peaktrampoline.com.au.