Introduction to Parkour

Introduction to Parkour

A woman with dark long hair leaps powerfully between two walls outside against the sky
Sat 20 Feb 2021, 13:50 to 15:30
POSTPONED DUE TO COVID REGULATIONS
£12 / £8 (low income) / £16 (supporter)
In front of Teviot Row House
13 Bristo Square
EH8 9AJ
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Rediscover the city and yourself with this introduction to parkour. Qualified coaches from Access Parkour will empower you to move safely and confidently through your environment in new ways, and with fresh eyes. 

As mixed ability training is a hallmark of parkour, no age, fitness level or prior experience is required to take part. Instead, expert female coaches from Scotland's largest parkour coaching organisation will help you find the level of challenge that's right for you. 

We welcome participation from disabled, D/deaf, chronically ill and neurodivergent people and have more accessibility information at the following link: https://bit.ly/awfaccess

If you'd like more information or want to talk to us in advance about any adjustments, our team of coaches are always happy to chat. You can get in touch through the Audacious Women Festival’s contact details.

Event Leader

A head and shoulders view of a woman with short pink hair and glasses smiles at the camera in front of a white wall with writing on it.
Nina Ballantyne
Access Parkour

Nina started training parkour 15 years ago and coaching around five years ago. She loves helping people reclaim and reconnect to their environment and their body, and to feel badass doing it. As well as teaching regularly with Access Parkour in Edinburgh, Nina is a director of the parkour community interest company, Parkour Outreach, and has coached at a number of international and community events in Scotland.