"she does not get off the table unless I rush towards here yelling"
She is probably bored, and this is her form of playing with the human. Boo did that a lot when younger. He did mellow out a lot as he aged, but he still does these irritating things when he's feeling bored or neglected. He's very needy. One of his favorite things has always been to stare at me, posed ready to do something bad, and wait until I look. As soon as I look, off goes the vase or nails down the couch. Then he springs away about two feet and looks for more mischief.
Open a window and hang a bird feeder for her to watch.
Hang a dangling toy.
Get her a variety of catnip toys to wrestle with.
Anything motorized, bouncey, etc
Pen light! That'll wear her out
My furballs love that ball in a track toy.
Popup tents, tunnels and hammocks.
I even sat up a small fish tank with active fish and frogs - cat was mesmerized forever
Try to give her something new to play with every week or so. Doesn't have to be a store purchased toy, but something that's safe from around the house. For example, a different box, a paper bag, a different blanket, an old sock. My cats act like ferrets and are extremely pleased with any new gift.
Please don't declaw her. It won't actually stop her from jumping entirely either.
And always remember, museum glue can be your friend lol