I have wooden floors at the moment, and it is indeed harder for the cats to run and jump after the Da Bird, compared to the carpeting we used to have. To solve the problem and allow them to jump all they want, I start every play session in the bedroom, so they can jump off and on the bed, and do back-flips without having to worry about hurting themselves. Then, once they have cooled off a little bit, I take them into the living room and drag the toy on the floor so they will run after it, but not jump too high. When they do jump, they most often end up landing on their side, and I feel bad for them, the floors are so hard.
As for the kitty hiding under the table, have you tried wriggling a ribbon, a long string, a peacock feather or something approaching, right out of her reach? You can make it nag at her from behind the foot of a chair, and let her curiosity drag her from under the table - works every time with mine
I am sure she will get used to your laminate floors, you will just have to adapt your games to that new surface. Having a couple of cardboard boxes or kitty tents for the cat to hide in and POUNCE on their toys when you throw them near helps switching from the "run" mode to the "stalk" mode, which is easier on smooth, slippery floors.
Good luck, and keep us updated about the state of your toes!