On June 9, 2016, PKMove team interns Don McQueen and Aung Paing Min participated in RunningBrooke’s Move2Learn Summit! The event featured nationally known health and physical education expert, Tim McCord, to learn about how physical exercise fuels the brain and accelerates learning. Click on the link to find out more!
The parkour company Know Obstacles and PKMove partnered to cook up a tasty serving of parkour for the students of George Washington Middle School during their second annual Wellness Day. 6th and 7th grade students learned how to do vaults, wall runs, rolls, and precision jumps. In classes led by WFPF athlete Max Henry, the energetic and engaged students played many games and met individual challenges. PKMove is dedicated to sharing the transforming power of parkour. A unique “gym without walls” PKMove comes to you. We provide parkour training geared to the specific needs of certain groups such as seniors, breast cancer survivors, Title 1 schools, and veterans. We are currently seeking 501(c)3 status. Hungry for parkour? Contact us at email@example.com to learn more about our classes, donate, or partner.
PKMove sub-committee meeting today in Denver! Next week we have a special event scheduled, so our Tuesday, June 21st PKMove Silver meet-up at Hume Spring is cancelled. We will meet as planned on Wednesday, June 22nd at 10am at Ft. Ward – meet at the amphitheater.
FAQ: Parkour? How can seniors possibly do parkour? At PKMove, we focus on the foundational skills of parkour with movement adapted to meet the individual needs of participants. Obstacle courses and games are offered to accommodate varied fitness levels and keep our classes creative, fun, and challenging. (Many thanks to Elizabeth, Dorothy, and Colin)