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What Is Parkour?


Parkour holistic method of training the body, soul and spirit. It is a discipline to traverse smoothly across random terrain with bodily motion such as crawling, running, jumping, climbing, etc.


It is also an art of motion for one to express creativity in movement in a environment creating an expression of life in a space.


The discipline engages the practitioner to overcome not just fear & physical obstacles but also the ones in life. Becoming more intuitive with their body, soul and spirit with their environment. Engaging in the process of human reclaimation.

What To Expect


Lesson Description

Our sessions are designed to introduce participants to Parkour basics, as a holistic lifestyle, and various movements & techniques. We also aim to enhance the fundamentals of parkour as a fitness programme and develop discipline which provides a means for holistic wellness.


Lesson Objectives

Performance: Explain, demonstrate and apply the following:

                    a. Game or lesson concept / purpose

                    b. Warm routines and games (activity specific)

                    c. Modified parkour routines

                    d. Techniques and transitions


Conditions & standards to achieve: Outdoor lesson, with demonstrations and practice to enable participants to fall safely and apply techniques and application.


Stages and Time Allotted

a. Introduction: Brief description of lesson and concepts.

b. Warming up: Activity specific exercises & games.

c. Stage 1: Technique demonstration & practice.

d. Stage 2: Techniques application & transitions.

e. Stage 3: Explaination of techniques application to life

f. Conclusion: Post training exercise / games.


Method of Instruction

Explanation with demonstrations followed by practice and application.


Organisation of Lesson

The sessions will cover basic parkour conditioning, techniques, ideology and application to life.


Equipment and Training Aids: Ideally a sheltered environment


Attire: sporty attire - long pants & rubber/flat sole shoes preferred.


Safety Precaution: First Aid Kit will be readily available.


Canadian International School

Canadian International School

A2 Movements conducted a parkour workshop for Canadian International School (grade 10) students at Lakeside park & Chinese Garden over 4 days in May 2013 Students were taught basic parkour techniques in balancing, landing etc which they found the sessions to be challenging, but very enjoyable.

ITE East College - Simei

ITE East College - Simei

A2 Movements conducted a parkour workshop in ITE East College - Simei on Jan 2013 Students were taught basic parkour techniques to be better exposed to the art of movement

Fajar Sec

Fajar Sec

A2 Movements conducted a parkour workshop in Fajar secondary school in collaboration with Ephebeia Services on 16 - 24 Oct 2012 Students were taught parkour techniques and philosophy to learn to face and manage their fears.

New Town Sec

New Town Sec

Oct 2012 A2 Movements collaborated with the Youth Without Borders team & paid a visit to New Town Secondary School. Various performances & workshops including parkour were held on that day. There was even a live SMS to wall screen during the discussion, this was definitely one of the highlights in the calendar of the students..

Hwa Chong Institution

Hwa Chong Institution

11- 17 May 2012 - HCI parkour workshop where students were exposed to the ideology and techniques. Students were challenged and inspired to "be strong to be useful"

Bishan North CC YEC

Bishan North CC YEC

12 March 2012 - parkour workshop collaboration with Bishan North CC YEC

Innova JC

Innova JC

Parkour workshop for Innova JC students in their school on 2 March 2012 Students were taught basic parkour techniques and is exposed to the art of movements

Nanyang Polytechnic TKD Club

Nanyang Polytechnic TKD Club

6 Nov 2011 - Free Running workshop was conducted for NYP TKD team to better prepare them for event The training was conducted in NYP & Scape over several days

SMU Xtreme

SMU Xtreme

Orientation camp for Xtremist on 14 July 2011 Students were taught some basic parkour techniques and give a simple route to challenge their limits and teamwork

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