TYPICAL CLASS + REQUIREMENTS
All classes are an hour long (unless otherwise noted) and are supervised by a Revolution Parkour Academy instructor who are ACE certified in CPR and First Aid. Our classes are set up so that the students warm up for 10 minutes, move to the days instruction, and then followed by a 10 minute cool down. Some classes allow for free time.
Class reservations are highly recommended, as classes can reach maximum capacity.
Classes: Students must be 8 years or older to participate in classes. See class schedule for age limitations specific to individual classes.
Open Gym: Students must be 14+ years OR ages 8+ with a membership and are working on things they've learned in class. See class schedule for age limitations specific to individual open gyms.
Your first class is free when you register online! Click the class schedule button above to register.
*Class reservations are highly recommended, as classes can reach maximum capacity.
Focus on basic parkour techniques through technical instruction including strong focus on safety.
BEGINNER PARKOUR II
The second step of your parkour journey.
Beginner Parkour II pre-requisites:
- Parkour Roll (Both Sides)
- Vaults: Safety (Step Vault) (Both Sides), Lazy, Speed Lazy (Thief), Reverse
- 5' Wall Climb
- 4' Precision on Green Blocks
- Knowledge of how to perform a Kong Vault
- Knowledge of the Running, Standing, and Plyo Take Offs
- Knowledge of how to perform a Cat
- Interest in progressing and getting better at parkour!
Learn something in class that you want to practice? This is your time to share the gym and work on what you want. All Open Gyms are supervised by an instructor and require a certain level of situational awareness in order to maintain a safe training environment.
Open Gym is a time to practice and NOT to goof off.
Take this class to learn front flips, side flips, palm spins, vaulting flips, and variations of flips and spins. All beginners welcome!
This Beginner II class focuses on the fluidity of movement. Taking your knowledge of parkour movement, we learn how to transition from one to the next through this flow based class!
Start your journey towards training like David Belle and getting ready for our Parcours class. This class is to practice your techniques in a coursework environment. Less focus on learning new techniques and more focus on longer obstacle courses. Recommended for students who have been taking Beginner Parkour classes and are comfortable with basic vaults, rolls, climb-ups, and dismounts.
Designed for those new to movement. Focus on basic low-impact parkour techniques and fundamental strength development for parkour.
Continue technical instruction, learn advanced movements, build strength, and begin fluidity.
Prerequisites: Pass Seasonal Trials Level 1 or receive instructor approval.
INTERMEDIATE PARKOUR II
Incorporating intermediate & advanced parkour concepts including supplemental movement skills, mental acuity, fluidity, focus, and performance training.
Prerequisites: Pass Seasonal Trials Level 3 or receive instructor approval.
Train like David Belle in this dynamic parkour class. Train for distance, performance, endurance and speed by traversing challenging courses and sharpening parkour techniques. This class is typically 3 separate obstacles where the practitioner tries to complete as many laps as they can within a time limit before rotating to the next obstacle.
Prerequisites: Taking Beginner Parkour II classes at a minimum. The range of the class is from Beginner PK II to Advanced PK II.
A class packed with games and obstacle courses designed to augment your parkour training and overall have fun!
Prerequisites: None. A good attitude helps!
A freerunning class for those that have the foundational tools from parkour and are prepared to push themselves in an area of expression beyond efficiency. We do not have a regularly scheduled freerunning class but one could be made available during a private lesson upon request.
Traceur - Male practitioner of parkour.
Traceuse - Female practitioner of parkour.
*Tracer - Both male and female practitioners.