$29 for Four Beginner Classes for One or One Beginner Class for Four at Revolution Parkour ($60 Value)

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  • $29 for four beginner parkour classes for one person (a $60 value)
  • $29 for one beginner parkour class for four people (a $60 value)

During beginner parkour classes for ages 7–60, instructors impart basic techniques while focusing on safety and building strength. The parents of younger students can surf the web on Revolution Parkour's free WiFi while they watch classes held in their gym located behind 503 Motoring and Crown Trophy. See the class schedule.

Revolution Parkour

When Matt Antis was in college, he was introduced to the practice of parkour—an intensely physical sport focused on efficiently navigating obstacles such as walls, bars, and whatever else happens to be nearby. After college, Matt Antis headed off to train for the US Army, then served in Iraq. When he returned in 2010, he married his fiancée, Whitney—and a year later, he took over ownership of Revolution Parkour.

Now, Whitney, who's also a parkour enthusiast, manages the front desk as Matt and his team of instructors teach students the gravity-defying skills of parkour and free running. Within a gym drenched in reds, blues, and spots of graffiti-style artwork, they lead classes ranging from beginner parkour to Parkour Fit, which emphasizes endurance and speed with challenging courses. Students balance on beams, vault over small barriers, and swing across bars, building strength and coordination. The staff emphasizes safety, keeping a watchful eye on students, taking the time to teach proper technique, and positioning cushy pads and magic carpets to break falls.

Revolution Parkour

When Matt Antis was in college, he was introduced to the practice of parkour—an intensely physical sport focused on efficiently navigating obstacles such as walls, bars, and whatever else happens to be nearby. After college, Matt Antis headed off to train for the US Army, then served in Iraq. When he returned in 2010, he married his fiancée, Whitney—and a year later, he took over ownership of Revolution Parkour.

Now, Whitney, who's also a parkour enthusiast, manages the front desk as Matt and his team of instructors teach students the gravity-defying skills of parkour and free running. Within a gym drenched in reds, blues, and spots of graffiti-style artwork, they lead classes ranging from beginner parkour to Parkour Fit, which emphasizes endurance and speed with challenging courses. Students balance on beams, vault over small barriers, and swing across bars, building strength and coordination. The staff emphasizes safety, keeping a watchful eye on students, taking the time to teach proper technique, and positioning cushy pads and magic carpets to break falls.

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    Raleigh West

    5651 SW Arctic Dr.

    Beaverton, Oregon 97005

    503-746-4785

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In a Nutshell

Instructors teach the basics of parkour's gravity-defying practice and help students efficiently and safely navigate obstacles

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 31st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must activate 4-pack by expiration date on your Groupon, membership expires 1 month from activation date. Reservation recommended. Subject to availability. May redeem across visits. All attendees for beginner lesson must participate in same class. Must sign waiver, under 18 must have signed waiver by legal guardian. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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