Women’s Parkour Movement – with Alice Popejoy, Gabby St. Martin, and Adrienne Toumayan
Since 2010 the Women’s Parkor Movement annual gathering has brought practitioners together from across the globe to share their voices and their movement with one another. From teaching workshops and sessions to designing the t-shirts and posters. It is an event conceived organized and executed by women within the community every step of the way.
The WPKM gathering is a space for women to come together and learn from each other, to share their experiences and challenges, and to support one another in their movement journeys. The event includes workshops and sessions led by experienced practitioners, as well as opportunities for participants to design t-shirts and posters.
“The WPKM gathering is not just about movement,” says Alice Popejoy. “It’s about empowering women and creating a supportive community where they can learn, grow, and connect with others who share their passion for parkour.”
In addition to the annual gathering, the WPKM has a presence on social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and Discord. These online spaces provide a way for women in the community to connect with each other, to share their experiences and skills, and to support one another in their training.
The WPKM is more than just a gathering or a social media community; it is a movement. It is about providing opportunities for women to learn, grow, and connect with others in the parkour community, and to create a more inclusive and diverse space for all practitioners.
“We believe that parkour is for everyone,” says Adrienne Tumaan. “We are working to break down the barriers that have traditionally held women back in the parkour community, and to create a more inclusive and supportive space for everyone to thrive.”
The WPKM is an important part of the parkour community, and its work is helping to create a more diverse and inclusive space for all practitioners. Whether you are new to parkour or an experienced practitioner, the WPKM is a valuable resource and a supportive community for women in the discipline.
I’ll go you know I am a oh Adrienne go ahead. Okay, okay, all right, Let’s go: spontaneous, freedom, embodied.
Um, I’m going to go with: play, community, and empowerment.
Awesome. I would say: Creativity, flow, expression. And as we wrap up I Just want to. Plug I’ll be event details one more time for folks listening. Um so you can find more information about the event at women’sparormovement.org. There is a registration site again. The event is free for everyone to attend. Um, it is open to all women.
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