Turn Chicago Into a Playground | Private Outdoor Parkour Lesson
Come try parkour in this one-on-one, 60-minute private lesson with an expert in the art, in an outdoor setting using the streets of Chicago as our playground! We will begin with a warm-up during which we will assess your skill level and talk about your goals. We will then tailor the lesson so that you get exactly what you would like out of it. We can focus on any of the following skills in a fun outdoor setting: rolling, vaulting, swinging, jumping, and/or climbing using the natural obstacles around us. _________________________________________________________________________________________ TO BOOK A PRIVATE SESSION: You can either select the "Request a Private Session" option or message me through the "Contact" button below to discuss setting up a time. BENEFITS: Real Functional Fitness: Guess what the human body is designed for? That's right, movement! Stimulate The Mind: Through creative play, physical problem solving, fear management and risk assessment. Develop The Spirit: Push yourself and your limits in your movement adventures to find your fighting spirit. "Parkour" was created and molded by David Belle. The name "Parkour", the name more widely used and recognized by the world today, was actually a strict method of training in which practitioners were meant to move from one point to another point quickly and efficiently. There were no flashy movements. Our mission is to improve the world by providing to our communities an authentic experience of the disciplines of Parkour, Freerunning, and Art du Déplacement.
Who We Are: Our mission is to improve the world by providing to our communities an authentic experience of the disciplines of Parkour, Freerunning, and Art du Déplacement. We are the one and only organization in the Chicagoland area with connections to the Yamakasi (the founders of the disciplines) and the only organization in this area striving to keep the original values in the practice. "Être Fort Pour Être Utile" In English, "being strong to be useful". From our instructors to our students, the strong help the weak... and we all have strengths and weaknesses!
If you have any question on this experience, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.