2 Summer Class Locations!

Wednesdays 6:30 - 7:30

6 Weeks ~ 6/7 - 7/12

Academy at the Beach ~ 1961 East Lake Road, Palm Harbor 

Kids and/or Families ages 8 and up!

This is an outdoor Parkour class for beginners, Level 1.

Come learn and play on Academy's outdoor rig and yard. You will be learning proper Parkour FUNdamentals involving running, jumping, climbing and more. We will be following USA Parkour's Level 1 national curriculum. This is a high energy class with focus on proper form and safety for all.

***Waiver Must Be Signed By Parent or Legal Guardian***

Kids 8+ - $90

Sibling Discount - $75

Family up to 4 - $180 


Saturdays 9:30 - 10:30

4 Weeks ~ 6/24 - 7/15

Prime-8 Fitness ~ 2762 Summerdale Dr, Clearwater

 Ages 8-14 Yrs

Indoor/Outdoor Obstacle Conditioning Class for Beginner to Intermediate

Join us for a high energy class teaching the FUNdamentals of obstacle course conditioning. Whether your child has dreams of becoming the next American Ninja Warrior, is joining you for your next Spartan race or is just a natural climbing monkey, this class is the one! We will be working in a controlled group doing circuit style training in "the jungle" at Prime-8 Fitness. 

***Waiver Must Be Signed By Parent or Legal Guardian***




Please note that all fields followed by an asterisk must be filled in.
Wednesday - East Lake/Palm Harbor
Saturday - Clearwater/Dunedin

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Pinellas Parkour 

 Teaching the fundamentals of Parkour and Freerunning 

Through games and challenges, Kidkour is a fun and safe way for kids to learn the proper progressions of Parkour. Kids will learn how to control their focus and movements, while maneuvering through obstacles, challenging themselves and having fun!

Through this progression, students will be introduced to: 

  • proper body positions
  • safety rolls
  • climbing
  • jumping 
  • vaulting
  • bar work
  • conditioning drills
  • Kids ages 8-14  *under age 8 may be qualified by instructor
  • Dress in comforatable t-shirt, sweatpants or shorts
  • Class Shoes -  Due to the outdoor yard we learn on, we recommend trail running sneakers. Our favorite brand is Altra footwear. They can be purchased through this site or found locally at runners world specialty stores. 
  • Waiver must be signed by parent

Class location: 

See Summer Sessions Above

Instructors - Coach Todd and Valerie are certified USA Parkour instructors.

For all our future Ninja Warriors!

Let us know you're coming by filling out the online registration.

You can securely pay for the month online or at class with cash or check.

See you there!

PLEASE NOTE: All participants under the age of 18 MUST have a parent come to the Kidkour class to fill out a waiver. ONLY a parent of a participant is approved to fill out and sign a waiver on behalf of their child. Siblings, relatives, friends are not approved to fill out a waiver on behalf of a participant under the age of 18. Rule is strictly enforced. Please prepare in advance of your visit to the center. Parent must present valid photo ID with waiver. Thank you.

Here's a sneek peek at how our instructors have been guided to teach your children...


"Combining the core elements of running, jumping, and climbing with the discipline of the martial artist, the grace of the gymnast, and the creativity of the skateboarder, parkour-or freerunning- is more than simply an elegant noncompetitive sport. It's an art form, a philosophy promoting fitness, imagination, community spirit, and ethical, healthy living."~ Dan Edwardes: Co-founder of Parkour Generations

Parkour is a natural method for training the human body to be able to leap and move from place to place by climbing, jumping and flipping. This 'art of displacement' requires neither specific structures nor accessories for its practice: The body is the only tool. It takes perseverance, guts, and discipline, but the end is rewarding.


Discipline: the basics

The first thing we grasp when practicing parkour; 'the art of displacement' is that this is not a series of techniques and sets that you must master: rather it is about the development of six (6) basic "elements". Collectively, they will allow you to develop your own way of moving and your own physical and mental potential. You should apply these elements to your training as often and as regularly as possible, blending several of them into each session.

The six basic elements are:


" Good parkour training will go some way to helping you reach your true potential and you will come to realize that your limits are far beyond what you could ever imagine."