CFC Indoor Parkour Park

Welcome to CFC, where we celebrate the thrilling art of parkour, freerunning and calisthenics! Whether you’re a beginner eager to learn the basics or an experienced practitioner seeking to refine your skills, we have the place for you to practise. Our specifically designed facility and passionate team is here to assist and inspire you on your journey through the urban playground. Get ready to unlock your potential, embrace the freedom of movement, and push the boundaries of what your body can do.

Join us and discover the exhilaration of parkour, freerunning and calisthenics firsthand!

Our indoor park has been put together by practitioners and enthusiasts. We have moveable obstacles for you to create different progressions and challenges. As well as fixed structures for you to explore and practice on. We have equipped the facility with different safety matts and flooring to help you unlock your potential.

We offer an indoor space to train as well as  parkour classes,  personal trainers, performers, workshops, parkour birthday parties and events throughout the year.
To get more information on classes and workshops please visit our class and event page. For Performances, or Parkour Birthday Parties, please send an email to


Parkour and freerunning are athletic disciplines that involve efficient movement through various obstacles in the environment, typically in urban settings. While they share some similarities, there are slight differences between the two.

Parkour is the art of moving from one point to another in the fastest and most efficient way possible. It emphasizes practical movements like running, jumping, climbing, and vaulting, with a focus on speed, precision, and fluidity. Parkour practitioners, known as traceurs, aim to navigate obstacles with agility and effectiveness, often incorporating acrobatics into their movements.

Freerunning, on the other hand, builds upon the foundation of parkour but adds a creative and expressive element to it. Freerunners focus not only on efficiency but also on style, adding flips, spins, and other acrobatic maneuvers to their movement. While freerunning encompasses parkour techniques, it places a greater emphasis on self-expression and artistic freedom.

Both parkour and freerunning require physical fitness, body control, spatial awareness, and mental discipline. Practitioners train to overcome physical and mental obstacles, often in non-competitive environments. These disciplines have gained popularity worldwide and are enjoyed as recreational activities, as well as showcased in movies, videos, and events.

Perhaps the greatest purpose of a movement practice is to open up our capacity to have experiences that are profoundly meaningful

Rafe Kelley

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