PK Silver, our parkour class for people over 50, got a mention in IDEA Fitness Magazine, June 2017 edition.
It’s that time of year for requests of donations from many worthy charities. Please consider making a donation to PK Move for Spring2Action, Alexandria Virginia’s Day of giving. We are raising $5000 for an RPCA Community Matching Fund Grant to purchase a pop-up parkour playground AND offer three years of free-to-the-public parkour lessons. To help fund the playground project, please donate below. Any amount is greatly appreciated!
But wait there’s more!
To celebrate Spring2Action on April 5th, PK Move is hosting a Parkour-A-Thon from 10am – 2pm. Please join is for one or all of these events, more info and sign up links below:
PK Silver, parkour for people 50+, Hume Springs Park, 10-11am
Ninja Story Time, ages 0 – beginning reader, light stretches and ninja poses before the reading ninja reads some great ninja books. 11:15-noon, Cora Kelly Rec Center
FREE Open House/Demo/Mini-Lessons with Special Guest Jesse Danger! Jesse is a professional stuntman, master parkour coach, and co-founder of NYC’s famous Movement Creative. We will a small pop-up sample playground for you to try and also have door prizes and free cookies (while they last) from the Happy Tart! Noon – 2pm, Cora Kelly Rec Center
Many thanks for your consideration. Email email@example.com if you have any questions!
Please watch this excellent BBC News segment on “Forever Young”, PK Silver’s inspiration across the sea! Congrats to Jade and Jacob on the wonderful work (or is it “play?”) they are doing!
PK is an abbreviation for the word parkour. Hence our name, PK Move. Parkour is a French word which could be translated as “obstacle course running.” Our definition? Parkour is moving through your environment in a fluid, efficient manner. This month, we are telling you why we love parkour. Listen to PK Silver participant Colin. He says, “This is fun. It’s outdoors. And it’s good for you.”
**EXCITING NEWS UPDATE!** PKMove has been awarded a Community Matching Fund Grant from Alexandria RPCA. We will be offering city-wide, free-to-the-public parkour lessons at parks events for the next three years! But to do this we need YOUR help! We have to raise $5000 and are looking for sponsors!
Do you want to build positive public perception of parkour Do you want to bring play to underserved neighborhoods? Is encouraging movement education for all, including play spaces accessible to special populations of various ages and abilities something you want to support? Please join our effort. We have seven sponsorship levels, but any amount appreciated. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. (Photo from The Movement Creative, who design and build the pop-up playground)