How has your practice affected your life?

There are so many ways parkour and training it has affected my life, both inwardly and outwardly. I feel it has really helped to change my mindset on myself; my strengths and weaknesses, goals and abilities. It has made me a stronger person both mentally and physically. Training parkour is much bigger than just training; it applies to everything you do in life, growing, setting goals, and bettering yourself.

On an outward level, through training parkour I have had the opportunity to travel, and continue to train, learn new things and meet new people.

I have met some of the best and most inspiring people that I know, who have become a part of my journey.

Who are you?

I am a student, an artist, a teacher, and a traceuse. Each separate piece informs and affects all of the other pieces, and each of these things has become an important part of who I am, as well as who I am becoming.

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