Upcoming training:
Oxford Parkour·Tuesday, 14 June 2016·Reading time: 3 minutes
If you like what we do at Oxford Parkour, have you considered helping us keep things running? See this post for more details!
Upcoming Training:
For full details of upcoming sessions, join our community and check the upcoming get-togethers page.
To organise a session, just create a ‘get-together’ post within the Oxford Parkour Community, including WHEN and WHERE you want to meet.
Regular Sessions (Term time only):
  • Monday Lunchtimes, 13:30-20:30 - general structured session, beginner friendly
  • Tuesday evenings, every other week, 19:00-20:30 - Women and Other Non-men’s (WAONM) structured sessions, beginner friendly.
  • Tuesday evenings, every other week, 19:00-20:30 - general structured session, beginner friendly
  • Wednesday Lunchtimes, 12:30-13:30 - general structured session, beginner friendly
  • Friday Lunchtimes, 13:30-14:30 - general structured sessions, beginner friendly
The list above is updated frequently, and often at very short notice (sorry)
If you plan on joining any of our sessions, please let us know, either by clicking the (more info) link and liking/commenting on it or by actually telling someone!
Whether this will be your first ever session or you’ve been training since the dawn of time, all training is open to anyone, of any ability level.
If you aren't already a member of our Oxford Parkour Community page - do join for full details of each session, discussions and more! Any sessions you want to organise will also be added to this list - just pick a spot from our location map ( http://tinyurl.com/OXFPK ) and let us know when you’ll be there!
We must stress that we are a Community rather than a formal club. Although many of our members have been training for many years, we do not hold a formal qualification to teach, nor are we insured to do so. It is for this reason, we ask that all our members are over the age of 14.

Other local goings on (not organised by us)

Other spaces, sessions or resources that might be useful to Oxford Practitioners.