Outdoor Parkour Camps
In this camp for ages 10-15, campers will work on movements and fitness individually and as a group while they discover ways to engage the environment surrounding them.
- Work on movement skills including: balancing, jumping, vaulting, rolling, swinging, climbing, and everything in between.
- Learn how to train safely.
- Play games that require focus on movement.
- Work together on challenges for your bodies and brains.
WEEK 1: July 17 - 21
WEEK 2: AUG 14 - 18
WEEK 3: AUG 21 - 25
1 Week $250
Multiple Weeks $225 ea.
1 Week $225 ea.
Multiple Weeks $200 ea.
Week 1: Register by July 7th
Week 2: Register by July 31st
WHAT TO WEAR
Come dressed in whatever is comfortable for you to move in. It could get dirty! As for shoes, we recommend athletic shoes that are at least mostly flat on bottom. If you're not sure what to wear, just wear whatever you would go for a run in. Don't forget to check the weather forecast!
What to bring
A bag (backpack, drawstring sack, etc.)
Water (no sodas or energy drinks please)
WHAT WE EXPECT
BE ON TIME
We understand that things happen (they happen to us, too). Please try to be on time!
From the teacher(s), to your fellow practitioners, to property owners and even your own self. We want to make sure our classes are a positive experience for everyone. Be kind, supportive, and aware of your environment and the people within it. Get to know each other and make friends!
COMMIT TO THE TRAINING
Make a commitment to yourself: put the work in! You'll be moving a lot! When we're working on a challenge, we expect everyone to participate. There will be some things that will be drilled repeatedly - this is how you improve, so keep that in mind!
"We start together, we finish together!" has been a phrase used in this discipline for a long time now. We try to make sure that no one is left working hard by themselves. If you see someone struggling, please be supportive and if possible, help them finish by continuing alongside them.
This means being honest with yourself about your capabilities and limits. Our discipline is not meant to be dangerous - we take managed risks. If for your safety you need a substitute exercise or a different way to approach a movement, don't be afraid to ask. When dealing with injuries - we can't feel what you're feeling, so you are the judge, but "no pain, no gain" is not [always] one of our mantras. Please help to keep everyone and everything around you as safe as possible as well!
We cannot accept cancellations for the camps, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.