Freerunning and Parkour

The term ‘Parkour’ was first introduced by David Belle in 1998. Parkour derives from the French word Parcours meaning ‘route’ or ‘course’.

Parkour and Freerunning are primarily a non-competitive sport. In practice it focuses on developing these fundamental attributes which include, functional strength and fitness, balance, spatial awareness, agility, coordination, precision, control and creative vision.

The sport aims to build confidence, determination, self-discipline and self-reliance.

Want to try your hand at a new and exciting sport, then book yourself in!

Who can do it?

4-75 years old
Very Active, you will be partaking in a sports activity

What experience is required?

Everyone can take part no experience required

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