The See & Do parkour workshops are suitable for all levels whether it’s your first day or 10th year. Discover how to improve your posture, strength, mobility, and overall mindset towards how you move and feel. We’ll explore the varied terrains of our everyday environments seeking out challenge, movement and creativity in how we move through the world. Everyone can benefit from both the inner excellence and physical challenges of parkour.
Culture of Effort
Special Event March 9th & 10th, Raleigh,
North Carolina USA
WE ALL HAVE A BODY THAT WE CAN MOVE AND IMPROVE
DISCOVER WHAT YOU ARE CAPABLE OF
Walls and railings will never look the same again. No competition or comparison, See&Do workshops are an inclusive environment where we celebrate a culture of effort while we explore, experience and play with different movements and techniques from the worlds of Parkour, Natural Movement training, Animal Flow and Original Strength. Learn new approaches to movement challenges while increasing your confidence and facing your fears. Move More and learn Parkour! We are all able.
A. Yes, it is scaleable and moves can be adapted. Our workshops are about effort and inclusivity as well as movement.
Q. Will we be sprinting across the city?
A. No, that’s really only what happens in TV commercials. We’ll go to one area and train at different spots in that area.
Q. Will I have to jump across a rooftop?
A. Nope, this is not a stunts workshop. We are not ‘roof jumper’ types of coaches.
Q. What should I bring?
A. Some water and everything in a small backpack so you can move with it if needed.
Q. What should I wear?
A. Clothes and shoes that you can move easily in and are used to. Don’t wear your favourite things if you are worried about getting them dirty.
Q. Can I buy a ticket for just one of the sessions?
A. Yes. Saturday and Sunday are individually $25. A Weekend ticket for both is $45.
Q. Is there a refund policy?
A. No. Sorry!
Q. What age group is it suitable for?
A. This is mainly an adult workshop although children are welcome if the parent or guardian is training alongside them.
Q: What if it’s expected to rain on Saturday?
A: We will train indoors at Enso Movement if there is inclement weather.
SATURDAY MARCH 9th,
Indoor training, special thanks to Enso Movement for hosting!
3200-115 Wellington Court
Raleigh, NC 27615
SUNDAY MARCH 10th,
Outdoors movement workshops.
Saturday & Sunday. No frills, no swag, just movement & good vibes
Indoor evening training, small groups, movement & good vibes
Outdoor morning training, small groups, movement & good vibes
The Culture of Effort event is perfect for you if
- You are opened minded.
- You remember what it was like to explore, move and play with the curiosity of a child.
- You want to experience challenge and being brave in a supportive and respectful environment.
- You know that you want to be stronger physically and mentally than you are, but don’t know where to start.
- You’re ready to see the world around you in new ways.
- You’re interested in progress not perfection. Perfection isn’t real.
- You want to learn about real world practical movements and mental solutions rather than party tricks or gimmicks.
- You want to have fun and connect with like minded people who enjoy being outside and playing regardless of age or ability.
Artist, Author, Movement Coach, Merrell Ambassador
“I was lucky enough to be trained by some of the best movers in the world even though I was an out of shape beginner. They were kind and patient and allowed me to train alongside them, not just being taught by them. I am grateful for this message of inclusivity and the importance of valuing effort over performance and that is what I believe we should nurture in movement communities.”
Play therapist, StrongFirst Kettlebell Instructor, MovNat Instructor and Original Strength Coach
“When we play we are happier, solve conflicts, think and feel better. I’m a play advocate and believe in the power of laughter and the benefit of multigenerational and inclusive ways of playing and games. Play enriches our lives and allows us to experiment, explore, imagine and connect with others “
Personal trainer, low-impact parkour instructor, adult fitness coach
“I really loved the playground as a kid. Playgrounds back then were not like they are now. We had awesome bars to swing on, not molded plastic. I marvel at the memory of what us group of kids were able to teach ourselves to do on those bars with no instruction. We taught each other through trial and error, camaraderie, effort and discovery. I seek others who want to move and train like this. Because there’s a certain sense of belonging and joy in it that makes you feel really alive.“
Certified Yoga instructor, Adapt Lvl 1 Parkour coach
“Even if I have been involved in various types of movement throughout my life, how I move and what I do now are not only because I find it fun and challenging. The purpose is for me to keep moving for a very long time. How I approach a movement, jump or even a flip on occasion is with caution but with an openness. An openness to do some of the things I used to do as a kid and not worry what others think, an openness to invite any fear I have, acknowledging it and working around it so it’s not the center of my thoughts. Being surrounded by a community who honors that process makes it even more valuable to my future as a mover.“