RUN, CLIMB, JUMP AND VAULT
CHALLENGE YOURSELF TO MENTAL AND PHYSICAL OBSTACLES
Parkour is an attitude and training method for movement through any environment at alternating speed. The concept is to overcome all physical and mental obstacles in your path by using your body and mind to run, climb, jump and vault.
The Parkour Arena
The Parkour Arena has been professionally designed by Professional Parkour Instructors to reflect true parkour movements. The environment is forever changing and allows you to bring out your imaginative play.
We are happy to move obstacles in the Parkour Arena to suit your desire however, the large boxes cannot be moved. It's all up to your imagination and creative play on how you move, run, jump and vault in the Parkour Arena.
Open to the public Tuesday to Friday, Saturday and Sunday except during class times when it is closed to the public.
A 2 hour run is charged at $10.00 per person. Please note adult supervision is required at these times. Should your child be struggling with movements we suggest booking them into one of our Parkour Classes.
The Parkour Classes are run by experienced and knowledgeable practitioners, who can teach you how to train safely in any environment.
Classes cover all the basic techniques and philosophy behind Parkour to help you on your journey, while having fun and keeping fit.
Find your passion for Parkour by joining in classes, workshops and other training sessions held weekly at The Simulation Centre.
Classes available - Tuesdays, Thursday, Saturday, School Holidays Sessions
Parkour School Holiday Session Tickets
JANUARY COMING SOON
Book in early to avoid missing out!
The Simulation Centre uses trainers qualified by The Australian Parkour Association.
You can register online or over the phone on 9494 2717 or send us an email to email@example.com.
Disclaimer: All people under the age of 18 MUST be supervised by a parent or guardian. The Simulation Centre takes no responsibility for injuries caused within the Centre. Our staff have the right to remove you from equipment if you fail to listen to their instructions, advice or adhere to safety instructions. We ask that parents intervene in moderating their child's behaviour when not listening or when the child is putting themselves in harm's way.
Trent began his training with the Australian Parkour Association six years ago. He regularly attended classes and gained experience in a wide range of techniques.
Since being invited to start instructing, he took a ground-up approach to learning how to teach parkour and adapt it to each individual's skill level. Starting as an assistant, he made his way up to instructor level within a couple of years.
Instructing parkour has also brought Trent a wide range of experiences, including traveling to Adelaide for an instructor intensive, instructing at schools and with government programs.
Sebastian Hince Brown
Sebastian has trained with Perth Parkour for five years. He regularly attends classes and is continuing to develop his teaching skills through workshops supported by the Department of Local Government and Sport and Recreation, WA.
Recently having completed a workshop in Mental Health First Aid and attending a workshop with Aspen Coaching. Sebastian is an expert in joint articulation and joint integrity.
In Sebastian’s spare time he is either training or conditioning his body to handle the stresses of parkour. When not in training he is resting and enjoying the company of his friends and family.