Run at Point A by the South Australian Parkour Association (SAPA).
If you already know what you are doing and know what you want to train, Point A is several times a week for casual training and hanging out. We call this Open Warehouse and you can find the times on the Timetable. These are currently based on donations covering the rent and equipment, so we ask for $5-$10 but you can volunteer your time/skills instead. For inquiries please contact TJ.
On the first Saturday of every month, SAPA hosts their Monthly Jam, usually at Point A. This is a social training day where you can come in and meet the community. Details are announced via the South Australian Parkour Association on Facebook.
There are multiple Parkour classes run at Point A by SAPA. The main public classes run on Thursday evenings, though throughout the week we host specific groups and book workshops, birthday parties, private training, etc.
Fundamentals is a 6 week ‘course’ of classes for adults that will give you a solid foundation in Parkour training. No minimum physical requirements. We run these Thursdays 5:45 – 7:45pm. Full information on the Fundamentals course can be found on the SAPA website.
Adults Basics runs from 8-9pm Thursdays. Basics is SAPA’s main class category where most students will fit. It is an exploration of the concepts and movements that will begin to round out a person’s Parkour training. Again the class listings are hosted on the SAPA website.
SAPA currently teaches a Teens Basics class in Point A Thursdays 4:15-5:30 for ages 14+. For other ages, times, and locations check the SAPA site. Students will be having fun while learning practical skills and lifelong capacities – with a bit of self-development and self-confidence thrown in. While we pilot these classes they will be on a casual basis. We are currently taking names for a mailing list for kids classes in Point A, full information can be found here.
Mostly done in the ‘open warehouse’ sessions, Freerunning is a blend of Parkour movements and other acrobatic or creative expressions. We also have crash mats and other padding to make use of for safe progression. Point A hosts acrobatics and tumbling courses which are a great way to begin acrobatic training to blend with SAPA’s Parkour training. For tumbling details see Tumbling classes at Point A.
For some visuals, check out @pointamovement on Instagram.