Laws of Motion - Ottawa's premier Trampoline and Tumbling Centre

Laws of Motion is Ottawa's leading Trampoline, Tumbling, and Parkour club

Gymnastics Programs

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle

Trampoline/Tumbling

The Trampoline/Tumbling program is designed to help athletes from all sports improve both their acrobatic movements and their spacial orientation.


Advanced Tumbling

The advanced tumbling class is designed for athletes who’s primary objective is to improve their gymnastics/cheer tumbling. This two hour class is ideal for athletes that have already been introduced to the basics of tumbling (cartwheel, roundoff, and backhandspring) and are looking to take their skills to the next level.


Open Gym (14+)

Open gym is an option for those who want to increase their fitness, learn some gymnastics skills, or maintain the skills they already have. It's an open format which means all of the equipment is available for you to use. There are coaches that will be supervising and ready to help at all times so come in and have some fun!


Urban Gymnastics

Inspired by Parkour, urban gymnastics is a relatively new sport that involves propelling your body from point A to point B as quick as possible and getting over, under or around obstacles by using agility and sometimes flips to help keep momentum. It can include running, swinging, jumping, vaulting and or flipping. It’s a fun way to stay in shape and to get around town. Come learn how in a safe environment with some of Ottawa’s best.


Adult Trampoline and Tumbling

Feeling out of shape but are tired of the same old gym routine? Come do some gymnastics conditioning and movements that will distract you from the tediousness of lifting weights or running on a treadmill. This class keeps you moving while at the same time teaching you body awareness. We also include some stretching to help improve flexibility. Come try it out.


Interclub Trampoline

The interclub trampoline program is designed to prepare athletes to compete at the provincial and national level in the sport of trampolining. When competing at trampoline competitions athletes are expected to perform a routine consisting of 10 connected skills on a trampoline bed without repeating any skill twice. Athletes are judged ased on both execution and skill level, the more flips and twists they perform the higher their routine will be judged out of.