Ninja FAQ

How much is the entry fee?

A casual entry after school, on weekends and in school holidays is $20 per person participating.  There is no charge for supervising adults.

A casual entry on public holidays is $25.

How long does a session run for?

Every session starts with a compulsory safety briefing which takes approximately 15 minutes.

Participants can then access the courses for a one hour period.

Please allow a total of 1 hour 15 minutes for a complete session.

What sorts of obstacles are in the Ninja course and how many?

The Ninja course consists of at least 24 obstacles to overcome.  These include spider wall, bars, floating doors, a rope ladder, cargo net, rings, calisthenics bars and swinging logs.

Casual entry also includes access to four warped walls, a pegged wall and a bouldering wall.

Where party groups are using these areas, casual entry participants must wait for these areas to be vacated.

How early do I arrive?

Please arrive with plenty of time ready to start your session at your booked time.  We recommend arriving at least 15 minutes prior to your booked start time to allow for parking, signing in, completing any paperwork where not completed online, and removing loose items.

Please note that no refunds or part refunds will be made if you do not arrive in time for the start of your booked session time.

What is the age limit?

The Ninja course is recommended for children 5+ years through to adult.

Is there supervision?

Children under the age of 12 years MUST be accompanied by an adult, with a maximum ratio of four children to one adult (4:1) for supervision purposes.  All adults supervising should attend the safety briefing with their child/children and where supervising only, there is no charge to accompany the children.  Adult supervisors should ensure children in their care follow the safety rules and behave appropriately.

The Ninja courses are also supervised by Moving Bodies Ninjas instructors.

Can we leave our children at Moving Bodies Ninjas and pick them up at session end?

Primary School children must be accompanied by an adult.  High School children may participate unaccompanied by an adult, however they must read and sign a consent form.

Moving Bodies Ninjas instructors will be present on the course at all times.

Some sessions may run as DROP and CONQUER. If this is specified, then parents may leave their child and pick up at the end of the session.

Is there a weight and height limit?

Participants should be 5+ years.

There is no weight restriction for participation.  Moving Bodies Ninjas will have height supports available.

What are the hours of operation?

Weekend and school holidays:

9.30 – 10.45am

11.00 – 12.15pm

12.30 – 1.45pm

2.00 – 3.15pm

What are the benefits of the Ninja course?

The course is a fun and challenging way to exercise.  You may find an improvement in strength, particularly upper body, muscle endurance and coordination as well as overall fitness.

The course will challenge children and adults alike.

Do I need prior experience?

There are no special skills or prior knowledge required.  We will provide a safety briefing and helpful hints to assist you in conquering the Ninja course.  We recommend you be prepared for a challenge but most of all, to have fun!

Do I still need to attend the safety briefing if I have participated previously?

Yes, every visit will include a safety briefing prior to participation on the course.  This is to ensure we provide a safe environment for participants.

At times we will mix up the obstacles, so it is important that you are up to date for each visit.

What do I bring and wear?

  • Closed shoes (sand shoes / sneakers) and socks must be worn while using the warped wall.
  • No shoes allowed on the ninja course (carpet area)
  • We recommend comfortable clothes suitable for physical activity.
  • Please tie long hair back and remove jewellery. Please do not have any loose items on your person.  We recommend not bringing valuables as we do not have secure lockers.
  • The course can be completed in bare feet or socks with grip.
  • We suggest you bring a towel and a drink of water.
  • For extra grip and hand protection, you may wish to bring training gloves. These are also available for hire and purchase from the office.
  • Please do not bring chalk to use on the Ninja course.

How do I book?

For your enjoyment of the Ninja course, we allow a specific number of people on the course at any one time.  We recommend you make a booking via our website to ensure your place in your preferred timeslot.

Online bookings are essential on weekends and holidays.  Without a booking, there is the chance that you may not be able to participate due to number allocations being reached.

Is the Ninja course safe for participation?

As with any sporting activity, there is some risk involved.  Each session will commence with a safety briefing to ensure a safe environment and we encourage appropriate focus and behaviour while participating on the course.  Moving Bodies Ninjas instructors will be present on the course at all times.

Is the Ninja course available for events?

The Ninja course provides a unique activity for corporate, sporting and community groups.  Suitable events include Christmas parties, team building and personal development activities, reward and recognition programs, school sport, plus hens and bucks afternoons.

Moving Bodies Ninjas can host your private event exclusively and can also offer in-house catering.

What facilities are available at Moving Bodies Ninjas?

Moving Bodies Ninjas includes a café.  Bathrooms plus disabled toilets are accessible for participants.

The warped walls and mini Ninja course are included with Moving Bodies Ninjas casual entry.  Where party groups are using these areas, casual entry participants must wait for these areas to be vacated.

Moving Bodies Ninjas is a non smoking venue.

Do I need to sign a consent form?

Yes a consent form must be signed prior to participation.  These are available online with your booking or in the office.