This difficulty tier is meant for practitioners who are brand new to parkour, or still developing skills and learning to train on hard surfaces. No prior knowledge or experience with parkour is required. Classes will cover the most basic of parkour principles and movements so as to build a solid foundation for each athlete to progress from and build upon. Soft surfaces and mats will be heavily utilized in this tier as most practitioners will still be in a very early stage of development


This difficulty tier is meant for practitioners who have established a solid foundation in the basics of Parkour. This class is not available to an athlete who has never taken parkour class. At this level athletes will be pushed to rely less and less upon soft or padded surfaces during their training and instead be more confident in their abilities to execute movements and recover safely. This tier will have more training on hard surfaces, so competence and comfortability with concrete and wood structures will expected and developed further. Athletes will also be encouraged to start training for and potentially take part in various types of competition.


This difficulty tier is meant for practitioners who have continued to grow their foundation in parkour movement and are now ready to move on to more advanced techniques. Practitioners must have their level 4 band and approval of the head coaches before they may enroll in this tier. The training in this tier will take on a very athlete specific and competition oriented form with Level 5 classes operating in a similar format to all previous levels. Level 6 classes however will not take on the same format but rather be changed and structured on a day-by-day basis around each athlete.