Due to limited class sizes, pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Register here. 

Mondays: 7:30-8:30pm All-levels Group Parkour Class

                 8:30-9:30pm Open Gym (experience required to attend open gym sessions) Ask us about it.

Wednesdays: 6:15-7:15pm All-levels Group Parkour Class

                  7:15-8:15pm Open Gym (experience required to attend open gym sessions)

Thursdays:  6:15-7:15pm ParkourFit (See description below)

7:30-8:30 Natural Movement Foundations hosted by Evolve Movement + Wellness (Recommended for people who are concerned they are too deconditioned for our All-levels Parkour Class.) Ask us about it.

Fridays: 6:15-7:15pm Obstacle Course & Challenge Night (See description below)

              7:15-8:15pm Open Gym (experience required to attend open gym sessions)

Sundays: 4-6pm Open Gym (experience required to attend open gym sessions)



Want to shake up your approach toward achieving your fitness goals? Want to develop strength and agility while having fun and developing practical skills? ParkourFit is a way to become as fit as a parkour athlete, without fully immersing yourself in the discipline. This class consists of only those elements of parkour that have a direct fitness benefit. We have also removed movements whose risk to fitness ratio are above a certain threshold. Each session will be a mix of crawling, vaulting, swinging, jumping, calisthenics and gymnastic-inspired exercises that will be incredibly fun and give you a full-body, truly functional workout.

Obstacle Course & Challenge Night

After a group warmup, the obstacle course (different every week) is presented. Participants will have roughly 20-30 minutes to challenge themselves against the course, which has a range of difficulties within different paths etc. Next, a large number of physical challenges of varying skill levels are presented based on where the structures and other elements of the gym happen to be based on the course layout. Participants will have the remainder of the session to try to complete as many of the challenges as they can attempt safely.

While spotting and guidance is available to the participants, this class is not the place to necessarily develop new skills, but rather to apply skills you've already garnered against a gauntlet of physical tests. It is recommended that participants be experienced enough with parkour to be able to make smart decisions about what they can attempt safely.