COVID-19 Updates

We update our information (including classes) while the situation unfolds, as we continually reassess what’s best for the safety of our tribe.

Move like a human again wherever you are.

Our COVID-safe Intro to Natural Parkour course is now online!

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Latest Status of Our Classes & Events

We update our information (including classes) while the situation unfolds, as we continually reassess what’s best for the safety of our tribe.

EVENTS

Our North America 2-day workshop tour events in San Francisco and Los Angeles are cancelled. Stay tuned for more information as the situation develops. 

CLASSES

Following guidelines for outdoor group class activities in King County, we have re-opened our Saturday morning classes at Volunteer Park. Currently we can have a maximum of five students, so pre registration is required. All Evolve Move Play classes are cancelled until further notice. We will continue to monitor the situation and keep you informed about our response, including when classes will resume, on this page and in our newsletter. 

SUMMER CAMPS

All Evolve Move Play summer camps for 2020 are cancelled.

But wait…There’s good news!

To respond to the needs of our tribe — including supporting your movement practice during this time — we are shifting more toward online classes! Our Intro to Natural Parkour (INP) course is the first in our lineup to provide you with creative, tangible ways to keep movement alive in your life while your practice may have been disrupted by COVID-19.

We’re really excited about it. Check it out!

Rafe and the Evolve Move Play team

P.S. There’s nothing like a good tree-climbing session to relax and connect with nature safely. Check out our throwback video that shows you how to select the perfect climbing tree 🙂

Movement Training During COVID-19

Do you want to keep your movement practice alive and sustainable, even during challenging times? We certainly want you to!

And we’re going to help you do just that.

See how we are responding to the situation, what’s available and what’s not, and the encouraging evidence that outdoor exercise is safe (while observing standard precautions). We’ve also developed special remote-learning classes to keep you moving wherever you are. Safely.