Theme Thursday’s at BIJOU:
Jungle Fever
Bouncing in the club and bring out your inner spirit animal!
July 22

Class Theme: Jungle Fever

Welcome to the jungle (aka the club)! This jungle theme class will take you on a wild ride into the unknown! We are turning the club into a jungle so get ready to show off your wild side AKA we are bringing out your inner spirit animal. This theme class is going to be ELECTRIC and is musically inspired by the group “jungle”. Get ready to get WILD with us! It’s time to rave! Grab your glitter, glowsticks, fishnets, and body paint and get ready to party like you’re at Ultra Festival! 

Dress: dress up as your spirit animal! Think jungle, exotic, aka unleash your wild side.

BOUNCE at BIJOU is our newest format and was created specifically for the club! The instructor will guide you on and off the trampoline as you complete bouncing (trampoline fitness) exercises and our favorite full body sculpt work. Expect a high intensity, low impact, full body workout that focuses on your legs, core, and arms.

BIJOU has a Las Vegas style club feel- there is a live DJ, a stage for the instructor, pro lighting, video boards, and an electric sound system for music!

The class will include approximately 25 minutes of bouncing.

Still have questions? Check out our FAQ page!


What to bring: A water bottle and towel. Wear a quality sports bra and sneakers for trampoline work.

Bouncing for the first time?
You’re in for a lot of fun!

Some of the most popular benefits of bouncing are listed below:

It’s a fun way to help lose weight

Bouncing is unique because it engages your entire body. After just a few minutes of bouncing your body will be sweating and your heart rate will be elevated.

It’s low impact on joints

You don’t need to be a marathon runner to appreciate how hard running can be on your joints- especially your knees! Bouncing on trampolines has been found to eliminate approximately 80% of the impact on your joints compared to traditional running.

It’s an effective complementary workout to running routines

NASA completed a study that found trampoline exercises are up to 68% more effective than jogging.