Most classes* are 1 hour and 25 minutes long. All classes run once-per-week. Classes fall under seasonal terms, either Spring Term, Summer Term, Fall Term, or Winter Term. The length of term varies between 14 and 16 weeks, depending on holidays.
*Parent and Tot & Teeny Leapers classes are 1 hour long.
Registration works much like ordering an item online. Click the button below for more details.
Due to the varying length of our Terms, the costs vary as well. The cost of the term for most classes is calculated as $21 x [the number of classes] + tax.
Fall Term: September 1 - September 7 2019
Winter Term registration opening soon!
Fall Term: December 16 - December 22 2019
parent and Tot
(Coming January 2020!)
The Parent & Tot class is an introductory class in which parents get to participate with their young child(ren). Participants will develop basic body coordination through parkour related movements (jumping, vaulting and balance) as well as learning through games.
(Coming January 2020!)
This class is for athletes aged 4-5.
Teeny leapers is a class that introduces young children to classes without parent involvement. Kids will be instructed through silly games and challenges, learn basic parkour techniques & participate in weekly group activities.
This class is for new athletes aged 6-8yrs.
The Little Leaper program is all about keeping kids moving and having fun. Through silly games and challenges, athletes learn and hone basic parkour techniques. This class has a conditioning element, but athletes are allowed a bit of free time as well.
This class is for returning athletes aged 6-8yrs.
The Advanced Leapers program is for younger athletes who are already competent with the basics and require greater challenge. This class introduces more advanced concepts (like a shoulder roll) and tackles skills of greater intensity. This class features a heavier conditioning element compared to a regular Little Leapers program.
This class is for new athletes aged 9-12yrs.
The Preteen program shifts focus to efficiency and execution. Athletes learn how to “flow” or maintain speed and power through an obstacle course. There is also a heavier conditioning element, as this age group coincides with a crucial time in bone development.
This class is for returning athletes aged 9-12yrs.
This class is for returning athletes who have mastered a kong-vault. The class will progress through the many kong progressions, front flip progressions, as well as a heavier conditioning element, as this age group coincides with a crucial time in bone development.
This class is for new athletes aged 13-17yrs
This class is for teens with no prior parkour experience. It will focus on pure parkour technique and more generalized conditioning. The class focuses on developing skills such as kong-vaults, shoulder rolls, and gymnastics rolls. Obstacle courses are still used, to develop "flow" or maintain speed and power through an obstacle course.
This class is for returning athletes aged 13-17yrs.
This class is for returning athletes who have mastered a kong-vault. The class will progress through the many kong progressions, front flip progressions, as well as more parkour-specific conditioning.
This class is for athletes aged 13-17yrs.
The Tricking program is for athletes who only want to pursue acrobatics; there is no parkour in this class! Here, they learn martial-arts-based skills such as pop 360, tornado kick, and b-twist. These skills are fairly complicated and require much more drilling and focus, and as such are intended for a more mature athlete.
This class is for those 18 and older. It is a drop-in format.
The class is for adults who have never tried parkour before. It provides a relaxed atmosphere where technique is built up methodically.