Below you will find some usefull links to movement parekour related companies doing good things in Scotland
Ukemi promotes activity in highly urbanised areas and encourages a healthier society through digital design, product creation, and community arts.
Each founder has practised Parkour for over a decade and this is the lens in which we see the world and project our ideas onto. We create experiences in response to and in collaboration with communities to reclaim the city for free and open activity.
Our aim is to tackle health and safety culture to encourage play and demystify fitness and movement to make it more accessible through our products and services.
“Parkour Outreach is a social enterprise that supports Parkour communities in Scotland and beyond.
Parkour is an incredible way to encourage physical activity, health and well-being.
We want to create more opportunities for Parkour and to bring ideas to life. We do this by collaborating with other organisations, exploring funding opportunities and supporting the growth of new and potential Parkour communities.”
“Access Parkour are the leading provider for teaching Parkour and movement in Edinburgh and Scotland.
We believe in making movement accessible to all, and as such provide a large range of healthy classes for a range of different people.
Our classes, either for you, or your children will provide movement in a healthy and fun way. We teach Parkour and movement both outdoors or in our custom built indoor gym; Room To Move.”
“Edinburgh Parkour is the community of traceurs who meet up to do parkour in Edinburgh.
We are a non-profit organistion, focused on promoting an supporting the Parkour community in and around Edinburgh.”
“Established in 2009 by the UK Parkour/Freerunning community and the City of Westminster, Parkour UK is the recognised National Governing Body (NGB).
Parkour UK as the National Governing Body (NGB) for Parkour/Freerunning, provide governance and regulation of Parkour/Freerunning throughout the UK, act as custodians of the sport/art, protect the rights & freedoms and promote the interests of Traceurs/Freerunners (practitioners), their member organisations & the UK community.
We work closely with partners encouraging and developing the safe and appropriate practice of Parkour/Freerunning in addition to working with local groups, organisations, as well as national organisations/bodies, local authorities, constabularies.”
Movement Card files
Here are some resources you can download to print your own Scotland cards. Please get in touch with us if you are unsure how to use these.
You can view the old website for just Scotland here:
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Our goal is to replicate the card worldwide - it allows those with limited rights to take legislative examples to improve their own freedom of movement.