No refunds are given for missed classes!
Wear loose-fitting sports clothing you can move in easily and bring a bottle of water too!
We have classes for students ages 5 years – 17 years.
Of course! We teach all abilities.
No. You will need to go to JSA’s gymnastics classes to learn flips. They will teach the correct technique and form much better than a Parkour coach can!
We use gymnastic equipment to teach vaults, jumps and other techniques in a safe environment.
The media image of Parkour often shows risky stunts and daring leaps, but these are performed by professionals who have trained for years. Parkour is about mastering small challenges (landing jumps correctly or learning new vaults for example) before moving onto a harder version of that challenge. This is the method that professionals started with and still use themselves. Injuries in classes are actually very rare.
Parkour is a movement discipline derived from military obstacle training. Created in France, it has spread worldwide to become a melting pot of various movement skills and techniques. Parkour participants are called ‘Traceurs’ (male) and ‘Traceuses’ (female). It is non-competitive and can also be known as ‘Freerunning’ or ‘L’art du Deplacement’ (ADD).
In order to be eligible for a makeup session we require you to notify us of your absence prior to the class, along with your preferred makeup timing. All make up classes are subject to availability, and all classes have to be made up within the same term. All classes not made up within the same term will be lost.
To make up a class send an email to your specific sports department firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org and leave the following information;
1. Child’s name
2. Child’s age
3. Day(s) and time(s) that you normally attend
4. The day(s) you will be missing
5. The day(s) you prefer to make up the class
We will email you back and confirm your request right away.