This weekend's Moscow Parkour Festival hosted by the Moscow Parkour Academy was a great success, with traceurs coming from all over Russia to take part in workshops run by Parkour Generations and our partners the Yamakasi Founders.
This weekend, July 8-10, sees Dan and Johann along with Williams of the Yamakasi Founders teaching workshops throughout the Moscow Parkour Festival. The event has been organised by the Russian Federation of Extreme Sports in conjunction with the Moscow Parkour Academy and the Moscow City government.
Next month Dan, Stephane and Williams fly to Russia to run a series of seminars at the Moscow Parkour Festival, running from July 8-10. The event has been organised by the Russian Federation of Extreme Sports in conjunction with the Moscow Parkour Academy and the Moscow City government.
Between July 22nd and the 24th, Parkour Generations will be sending a small three man team over to our friends in Wisconsin, U.S.A to run some intensive Parkour workshops. Some of the Wisconsin Parkour organisation were present at our events in Ohio earlier in the year and also attended our A.D.A.P.T. Level 1 Qualification course. We're very happy to be heading out there to train with the entire group and visiting a brand new community.
Following last week's American Rendezvous II we will be heading back to the United States next month to run a weekend training event for hosts Wisconsin Parkour on July 22/23. This will be the first time we have taught in Wisconsin, and we are looking forward to working with the community there which is led by a small but dedicated group of ADAPT coaches.
Next month we will be appearing at the Crossover Youth Culture Festival in Dortmund, Germany, on June 18th. The festival is a celebration of youth culture, from rock to rap, skateboarding to parkour, street dance and more.
Our own woman behind the camera, filmmaker Julie Angel, has just today released this new film from the first American Rendezvous workshop event held in Columbus, Ohio. Teaching were 11 team members from Parkour Generations and the ADD Academy and it marked the first time the Yamakasi Founders had ever taught in the USA. The event was hosted by Ohio-based organisation Parkour Horizons, and will be again this year - this month in fact!
The team has just returned from teaching at the Milan Monkey's parkour gathering in Milan, Italy, and had a thoroughly excellent few days with the community out there. The event saw around 300 practitioners gather from all over Italy, and everyone put fantastic effort and enthusiasm into the daily workshops. It's great to see the Italian community thriving and the discilpine is really exploding over there at the moment.