Our next Adult Intro to Parkour workshop is this Sunday, January 20th from 4-6 pm! This is the best way to get started with parkour. Register here!
Winter Session 1 began Jan 2nd for ages 5-15! Most classes are now full, but there are a handful of spots open in a few classes. Check availability or get on the waitlist here!
Whether you're seeking an authentic parkour practice, training to be the next American Ninja Warrior, hoping to crush your next obstacle course race, or just looking for a fun way to get fit, Innate Movement is the Hudson Valley’s undisputed leader in obstacle-based movement training. Our gym is the only space in the Hudson Valley designed exclusively for this purpose, and run by A.D.A.P.T. certified coaches who have dedicated their lives to this method of training.
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Our entire 3,300sqft facility is specially designed for obstacle-based movement training with hundreds of obstacles and other elements that can be arranged in thousands of combinations to ensure an endless array of interesting physical challenges for any skill level. The facility has wall-to-wall carpet bonded foam mat flooring and is staffed with A.D.A.P.T. certified parkour coaches who support a community that has a culture of careful risk-management, all of which is geared toward creating an environment that is safe for everyone to challenge themselves and grow as movers.
Innate Movement Parkour offers group and private parkour and obstacle course classes in Ulster county and the Hudson Valley. Parkour is a holistic discipline that develops natural movement patterns and supports a healthy lifestyle for its practitioners. It is for anyone and does not require a high baseline fitness level.
Our Parkour coaches are dedicated practitioners of this discipline and have trained in the art of teaching it with A.D.A.P.T. (the only certification with the endorsement of parkour's founders, The yamakasi).
Safety is our first priority. Recklessness has no place in parkour.
Photos Courtesy of Erica Ascher, The New Paltz Oracle