Gyms, like San Francisco's House of Air indoor trampoline park, are starting to pop up across the country. Comprised of three main areas, the House of Air calls an old airplane hangar home, and touches of airplane vernacular are found throughout (i.e. jumpers are called "flyers," staff are referred to as "air traffic controllers"). I got to test out three different areas: the Matrix, 42 conjoined trampolines spanning the entire width of the structure; the Colosseum, 22 conjoined trampolines set up for dodgeball and slam-dunk contests; and the Training Ground, three competition-grade trampolines with harnesses for the most intense aerial workouts.
Look for one in your area and inquire about classes. House of Air offers intense Air Conditioning classes fit for beginner and high jumpers.