Please note: We require that all students submit a signed waiver to the Revolution Parkour front desk before attending any and all classes or events. Students that are under the age of 18 must have their waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian.
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 below to find out more.
*Class reservations are highly recommended, as classes can reach maximum capacity.
To learn more about Class Levels and class advancement click here.
BEGINNER PARKOUR I
The beginning of your parkour journey! First time students will start with this class.
Learn basic parkour techniques while developing body awareness, movement skill and strength. Each class will focus on repetition of a specific technique like the roll, wall climb and basic vaults. Revolution Parkour classes have a warm-up, cool down, techniques of the day, obstacle courses, and a strong focus on safety.
BEGINNER PARKOUR II
Learn new beginner techniques and reinforce the techniques you already know. Classes will start training more endurance with a variety of fun courses and continue a strong focus on good repetition.
Intermediate Parkour I
Continue technical instruction, learn intermediate movements, and begin working on building strength and fluidity. It is highly suggested that students at this level be taking a minimum of 2 classes per week for the purposes of retention and building strength in order to move on to the next level.
A class is designed to focus on the efficient movement patterns of tracers who seek a way to move fluidly through their environment. Exercises and courses are designed to teach energy preservation over speed or power.
Intermediate Parkour II
Take your techniques to the next level while introducing elements of power, stealth and a new style of endurance.
Intro to FREERUNNING
Introduce students to Freerunning and other movements that will help them learn all of the Flips I material in a safe and familiar manner. Students should pass this class in before they take Flips I.
Learn variations on front, back, side, and twisting flips as well as a few variations of things already covered in Intro to Freerunning. Students should pass Intro. to Freerunning first or receive instructor approval.
Designed for those new to movement. Focus on basic low-impact parkour techniques and fundamental strength development for parkour. This is a Beginner Parkour I & Beginner Parkour II level class.
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 a time to goof off.
A class packed with games and obstacle courses designed to augment your parkour training and overall have fun!
Prerequisites: None. A good attitude helps!
Traverse three separate courses in this endurance focused class with the goal of accomplishing as many laps as you can in the time given. Develop endurance and to know thyself through repetition of the singular techniques on the course and develop a better way by being efficient, powerful, and smart.
Traceur - Male practitioner of parkour.
Traceuse - Female practitioner of parkour.
*Tracer - Both male and female practitioners.