This is the Memphis Parkour and Freerunning group. If you live in or around Memphis TN and you want to learn parkour or find people to practice with you’re in the right place. Nearly all of our communication happens on our facebook group page. I know some people don’t like facebook but for now this is the best way we have to keep ourselves organized and easily include and inform everyone in the group.
- Kids Parkour – Sundays from 1pm to 2pm – Co-Motion
- Parkour Skills, Teen and Adult – Tuesdays from 6:30pm to 7:30pm – Co-Motion
- Adult Beginners Parkour – Sundays from 2:15pm to 3:15pm – Co-Motion
- Level 2 (Advanced) – Saturdays 10:30am – Memphis Parkour Gym
Suitable for boys and girls from 4 years old and up as well and any parents that want to join in. This class is a safe environment for kids to learn the basics of parkour and to safely test and build their skills.
Parkour Skills, Teen and Adult
In this class more advanced progressions will be explored. No minimum skill level is required but students are expected to be familiar with the basic terminology of the art and must listen well and take instruction seriously. This class is recommended for advancing your skillset and is not intended to be a base level introduction to the world of parkour.
Adult Beginners Parkour
For people with no parkour experience or students that want to continue developing fundamental skills. This class will focus on good rolling technique, basic vaults, balance, jumping skills and generally understanding the effective use of the body.
Level 2 Teen and Adult Parkour
Limited to people 13 years old and higher who have shown solid proficiency in the skills class this class, conducted in our dedicated parkour gym, will introduce advanced techniques from high height balance to lache’s, dynos and flipping.
On this site you can find videos of us, posts on what we’re working on and eventually bio’s for the key group members.
We LOVE having new members and we want you to be able to connect with us when you decide to go out. Times and locations of outdoor training vary so looking at (and joining) the discussion on the group page is the best way to make sure you really find us when you go out to train.