resources

and links

We're in the ongoing process of compiling resources to help you train and stay fit at home. If you've got suggestions for an info sheet, please send us an email or post in our Facebook group. 

All of these resources are available free for everybody.

If you can, we'd appreciate any and all contributions (or gift certificate purchases) to help us stay afloat in this difficult time.

Resources

 

Lectures for parkour instructors

With support from the Australian Parkour Association, we are excited to present a series of lectures for parkour instructors, and movement coaches, all over Australia and the world!

These lectures aim to help beginning and experienced parkour instructors to continue professional development and education while we're all stuck in quarantine.

 

Our resources blog

 

Our collection of articles, videos, blogs and other stuff to help you with your training 

 

 

 

PARKOUR FOR BEGINNERS

We write up notes from each of our Parkour for Beginners courses. See your course date below: 

INTENSIVE JAN 2020

Course FEB/ MAR 2020

links

We believe in community, and in diversity of movement.

We've collected below some links to awesome folk doing awesome things- check 'em out.

 

FACEBOOK groups 

 

Melbourne in motion community

Parkour Melbourne Group

WOMP GROUP

parkour research

Parkour in VIctoria

 

Women of melbourne parkour

 

Parkour Geelong

Walk the walls

Central Victoria

 

 

Parkour in australia

 

australian parkour association

perth parkour

women of perth parkour

south australian parkour assoc.

point a (adelaide)

Tasmanian parkour and freerunning

women of sydney parkour 

Parkour internationally

 

Parkour earth

art of retreat

pk nz

other movement in VIctoria

 

fearless movement collective

Proud 2 play

climbing qts

train station dance and fitness

blogs and podcasts we like

 

decolonising fitness

Non Gendered fitness

 

Embrace the Void

southpaw

bent knees and raised fists

We acknowledge the people of the Kulin nation who are the traditional custodians of the land on which we move.

We are committed to paying the rent, and donate 1% of all income to the Wurundjeri Tribe Council

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