One-to-one, small groups or personal training for kids and adults
Access Parkour offers a range of bespoke private services for the varying needs of our clients, both adults and kids. All of our coaches are able to introduce you to parkour in a confident and friendly manner, but on top of this, each has an area in which they particularly excel.
Whether you want to work on rehabilitating old injuries with Hedge, or perfecting your 'kongs' with Seb, each of our instructors are happy to spend some time with you helping you develop your parkour skills.
Find out all of our availability below, or check out the coaches and find the face you like best to book directly with them.
CHOOSE YOUR PERSONAL COACH
Find the perfect Parkour class for you with Access Parkour's wide range of adult classes
Adam is a full-time coach and occasional circus performer with a degree in Physics. He loves all sorts of physical skills and runs many of our most fun classes for children. He has an almost Peter Pan quality with children, and is one of our most popular coaches. His classes are known to be physical yet fun - applying many circus skills and games to his teaching style.
Strengths: At risk youths and children with additional support needs
Weakness: Thinks pink joggers are trendy
Parkour completely changed Chris's life. He has pulled himself up by his bootstraps and has completed an HND in sports coaching.
He's now moving into full-time parkour coaching with a focus on teaching young people and those from deprived backgrounds. No-one understands the transformative nature of parkour as well as Chris and he is happy to show you his quiet culture of effort with a big smile on his face and all the technique and tips you need to change your own world view.
Strengths: Unstoppable mindset of improvement
Weakness: Can't work public transport
John or 'Hedge' delivers most of our conditioning and movement programs, taking a special interest in creating spaces that build healthier people both mentally and physically. He splits his time between managing the company, teaching as much as he can and researching parkour.
Hedge regularly helps people pre- and rehabilitate their bodies for parkour using corrective techniques for the body, and enjoys helping those who feel seriously unfit to find a pathway back into enjoying movement.
Strengths: movement, conditioning, rehabilitation.
Weakness: Big boss man. Normally very busy.
Seb is a master of flips and tricks and all that is fun and silly and bouncy in the world. Running all our acrobatics and movement classes, he loves teaching upcoming athletes who want to add some complexity to their movements, whether that is big and technical jumps or how to begin flips. Seb is a proud member of the Brewman Performance and Clothing company and would love to spend some time showing you how to move.
Strengths: Big jumps and flips
Weakness: Still hasn't worked out how to speak Scottish
Stefano Sarpio Sardano
Stefano moved here from Italy to pursue his coaching career and is by far our most well-travelled coach. He chose to learn coaching by travelling around the world to seek out the most interesting coaches to learn from.
He brings with him the collected experience and wisdom of some of the most fascinating coaches in the world and is an advocate of the more traditional 'Art du Déplacement' training style, focusing on strength and 'usefulness' of your training.
Strengths: Variety, complexity, innovation, and play.
Weakness: Doesn't know how to stop
DON'T KNOW WHO TO CHOOSE?
No worries! Get in contact with us, and we can recommend someone best suited to you.
ABOUT ACCESS PARKOUR
Access Parkour are leaders in teaching parkour and movement across Edinburgh and Scotland. We believe in making movement accessible to all.
Our range of healthy and fun classes provides something for everyone.
We teach parkour and movement outdoors and indoors across Edinburgh and Scotland. Our custom-built space for indoor classes is called Room To Move.
Our range of classes is designed for those entirely new to movement or exercise, as well as the more budding athletic enthusiasts.