Parkour is a training discipline using movement and obstacle course training. Students will learn to get from one point to another without assistive equipment and in the fastest, most efficient way possible.
Training will include running, climbing, swinging, vaulting, jumping, rolling and flipping off different obstacles. Our Parkour Program is split by skill level. All students will start with our basic level for their appropriate age. Level progression will then be based on skill only. With each level more advanced obstacles and skills will be introduced. Read more about these under classes.
We offer 4 levels of Parkour. Each level has been developed to focus on the progressive needs of students to ensure a healthy and efficient learning environment. Scroll down for a description of each level.
Level 1 - Introductory
- quadrupedal movement
- balance building
- grip strength
- cardio and endurance
- plyometrics and calisthenics
Level 2 - Elementary
This elementary level uses emphasis on spatial awareness over soft surfaces to focus on fundamental parkour movements including:
- safe ways to fall
- proper weight placement
- strides, bounds, and precision landings
- mastery of essential vaults and their simpler forms
- climbing up and down walls safely
- using walls to carry, redirect, and continue momentum
Level 3 - Technical
- application of skills from level 2 over harder surfaces
- rotational and double vaults
- multi directional wall and rail movements
Level 3 also introduces the three basic flips while using many guidance tools and soft landings from the ground up until students can perform them safely.
Level 4 - Advanced
- advanced flips and twists
- basic martial arts tricks
- combinations of two or more movements
flow through improvised lines of continuous movement
- aim to express confidence and proficiency with all personal movement choices