Parkour is a way of using your natural movements (running, jumping, climbing, swinging, crawling) in the environment you have, to set physical challenges and push yourself mentally.  Practitioners are often seen balancing on curbs and railings, jumping around on benches and low walls, swinging on scaffolding, and climbing around their cities and hometowns.

Its challenging & fun; For some, the goal is to be able to leap great lengths, whereas for others, it is to simply move and feel better in the every day.  You get to set your own pace and your path, and have a large connected  community to draw on who will push you to grow towards your goals.

It's also for all ages and abilities: Youth, teens, adults and seniors can all use parkour to improve their overall movement. Even better, it can be done anytime and anywhere.  Parkour doesn't require special equipment or specific spaces to practice--you literally can walk out your front door, in your barefeet if you really wish, and practice any time of the day!

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The best way to learn

No matter the age; kids and teens love climbing, running, jumping, and swinging around on whatever they can get their hands and feet on.

However, Parkour isn't just about jumping around -- through guided practice, children and teens will develop critical, life long skills, including physical, emotional, social, cognitive, creative, and communicative skills.


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Whether you come with a background in athletics, or have absolutely no experience with movement, Parkour will meet you where you are and provide you with a challenging and fun method of training your body and mind to be stronger and more resilient.

You approach training to meet your goals: whether it is general wellness or to become a warrior in your own right.

Beyond that, Parkour has an incredible and welcoming community, and practitioners develop lifelong friendships across generations.


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Movement doesn't have to decline as you age. Parkour practice improves balance, coordination, and overall strength and training can be designed to be low-impact and accessible.