PK Move’s Ninja Reading Hour was amazing! We were excited to welcome 10 children and 7 adults for this interactive, movement-inspired literacy event which included songs, Story Time, ninja movement and parkour culture.
Favorite quote: “My son is very shy. I have never seen him get this excited and participate in a reading program before. He loved it!”
Many thanks to St Elmo’s Coffee Pub for hosting us. We’ll see you next month for more ninja magic!
Come see us this Saturday, June 24th at Well Ray! PK Move will have a display table from 9am – 1pm with information about our parkour programs for special populations, as well an obstacle course from 11-11:30am (in the Well Ray Lot, behind the Union Bank at 2401 Mt. Vernon Avenue.) We’ll also have a raffle featuring many items donated by local wellness business, therapists, and fitness studios.
PK Silver, our parkour class for people over 50, got a mention in IDEA Fitness Magazine, June 2017 edition.
Many thanks to all who came our to see us at St. Elmo’s Coffee Pub for Visit Del Ray‘s 1st Thursday: Health and Healing! Check out this link for more information about 10 health benefits to Parkour and Freerunning.
Many thanks to our generous sponsor, St. Elmo’s Coffee Pub, for their support of PK Move and especially the Pop-Up. We will be outside St. Elmo’s on June 2nd for Health and Wellness First Thursday! Please stop by and try the mini obstacle course challenge and learn more about our programs.
As part of their curriculum about service to community, we were excited to teach the kids at Alexandria Country Day School about our mission including: what a non-profit organization is, why PK Move is a non-profit, why we are dedicated to sharing parkour, who we serve, and how we serve them. Then, of course, we trained parkour! Great job, ACDS. Many thanks for having us and supporting the Pop-Up Playground!