WELCOME TO THE SHINOBI SCHOOL
Shinobi School is our new space for younger Ninjas to get started on their Ninja journey.
It is a unique Ninja Warrior style obstacle setup that will help Ninjas aged 3* – 13 test themselves, while organically learning resilience and how to overcome challenges.
- *parents must be present with kids aged 3 – 6.
SHINOBI SCHOOL MEMBERSHIPS
For the first time ever we are offering a membership for Ninjas aged 3-13. This membership – the Shinobi School Membership – grants members unlimited Shinobi School Sessions each month.
Usually $18 per 1 hour session, this membership costs just $60 per month^ for unlimited bookings* – that’s roughly $15 per week, or less than the cost of one normal session per week!
If your little Ninja is loving the Shinobi School, and wants access to more sessions for a massive discount, then this membership is the way to go. We will keep adding to the space to keep it interesting, and keep them growing and learning.
WHAT DO YOU OFFER?
We have started running Shinobi Freestyle Sessions where our younger Ninjas as free to explore the space and their own capabilities in an unstructured session. We provide them with a range of challenges across 12 Ninja obstacles, including:
- Warped Wall Runs; and
The kids are encouraged to play and explore on their own or collaboratively with the other kids in the session.
If you would like more structured sessions please check out our YOUTH CLASSES where our coaches will teach your kids skills in small classes to ensure high quality instruction.
WHAT TIMES ARE THE SESSIONS?
The sessions run for 1 hour each from 10 am – 1 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
Sessions start and end promptly on the hour, so please make sure you arrive at least 10 minutes before your session time.
DO I NEED TO BOOK FOR A SESSION?
Sessions are capped to just 30 kids, so we suggest booking in advance to avoid missing out.
HOW DO I BOOK IN MY KID(S)?
You can book by clicking the link below.
You will need to create an account for each child that is attending the session, sign the liability waiver, and book them in separately.
Please do not try to book in multiple kids at once at the system will only reserve one spot despite you paying for multiple spots.
We apologise for how tedious this is, however this out of our control at this time.
WHAT AGES DO YOU CATER FOR?
The space is currently open to ages 3 – 13.
NB: PARENTS MUST STAY WITH KIDS AGED 3 – 6.
CAN PARENTS WATCH?
Yes! We’re more than happy for parents to stay and watch, although the adult space is available at the same time so we’d prefer you to enjoy some of your own Ninja training instead!
Please note: while parents can watch, we ask that parents DO NOT attempt to assist or instruct any of the kids aged 7+, and they do not interfere with the kids learning experience.
WHERE IS IT?
The new Shinobi School is in the same location as our main space, Ninja Academy.
HOW MUCH DOES A SESSION COST?
Each 1 hr session costs $18 per participant.
WHAT SHOULD WE BRING TO A SESSION?
Bring a water bottle, and athletic attire (including sports shoes).
CAN I HOST A BIRTHDAY PARTY/GROUP SESSION AT SHINOBI SCHOOL?
Shinobi School is available for birthday parties/group bookings, however please note the following important details.
Non-Exclusive Use of the Space
If you only have a small group and do not need/want exclusive use of the space, you can simply book them into an existing Shinobi Freestyle Session to reserve their spots in the session.
Exclusive Use of the Space
If you would like exclusive use of the space for your party/group, please contact us for pricing.
^Memberships are billed monthly and are ongoing rolling contracts, meaning they will continue until such time as they are terminated.
*Bookings are still required and do not include special events, private functions, birthday parties etc that the member might attend at the Shinobi School. Booking availability is subject to change at the sole discretion of Ninja Academy.
The name Shinobi School is written the same as Ninja Academy in Japanese. Shinobi is another word for Ninja, and a school is a less advanced form of education facility than an academy, so the name is a play on words in both English and Japanese.