Elevate is the first and only Parkour and Aerial Arts training facility on the Western Slope. With our 5,000 sq ft space, we teach multiple forms of movement: parkour, aerial arts, tricking, flips/tumbling, and more. Between our moveable, ever-changing, and innovative obstacles we will help you develop your own movement style in a structured and safe environment.
Read More About Our Mission
At Elevate, we want to help others grow as an individual through movement. Through our programs we aim to help you discover your limits, your character, and what you are capable of. We believe movement can be a powerful tool to be used both physically and mentally. Parkour and Aerial Arts provide a long lasting and playful approach at movement that is truly for all ages.
What Is Parkour?
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Parkour is a sport and activity in which participants move through an environment quickly and efficiently. Parkour utilizes fluid and controlled jumps, vaults, and climbing to navigate over and around walls, rails, and other various obstacles. In addition, the movements are used with flips and tricks to develop a more creative path, with the same principles.
Testimonials & Reviews
“Can’t say enough great things about this place. My son has been a member for 3 years now. Parkour has improved his strength, flexibility, and self-worth. The coaches are fantastic — Vinnie, Collin, Victor (and the others) are so inspiring to these kids and are truly invested in their success.“
“Just chuckling…caught my daughter with her computer in her lap doing crunches while she waited for it to load…she loves learning parkour and who better to learn from?! Love this place!”
“Vinnie and the coaches at Move to Inspire are all very passionate and informative on parkour instruction. They’ve built up a great set of obstacles that offer some awesome challenges for every age of student. We’ve always had a great time here and can’t wait to get back for more.“
“I go here twice a week and it’s so fun. 10/10. I really love the place. It teaches me so much. If you haven’t been, what are you waiting for? Go do some parkour!“