Sunday, December 8, 2019

Throw a Show with us and get 50% of Door Sales

We have already officially announced that we will be renaming our company to The PPAC (pronounced "the pack). This is an acronym for The Parkour & Performing Arts Center.

Classes, memberships, workshops, and special events will continue.  But you will notice a recognizable difference in the amount of shows and events we host as a performing arts center and event venue.

Here are a few things we would like you to know if you decide to throw a show with us.

1) If you throw a show with us you will receive 50% of the door sales, plus the full amount of any add'l revenue you generate, such as vendor sales, photography/video content, you set up. 

2) As the venue we may want to sell concessions, or have our own vendors (relevant to the theme or content of your event). Since we front the cost of the concessions and time to gather vendors, we receive the full amount of those sales. If you plan on having vendors or concessions, let us know within 4 weeks of your event, so we do not compete with each other.

3) We allow the coordinators to be non-paying, and up to 5 non-paying crew members from your team. If you have more than 5 non-paying volunteers/guests/vip's, their potential sales revenue comes out of your cut of the 50% door sales.

4) If you hire crew, you pay them out of your cut. If we hire crew to manage the event, we pay them out of our cut.  We will need to coordinate this ahead of time.

5) If you are planning a showcase/spectator type event, we will give you free rehearsal space up to 8 weeks prior to the show. You must be an established performance troupe or organization in order to obtain this type of access. 

6) All events are different. You may need an extended amount of time to set up, or tear down. All these logistics will be discussed ahead of time and cannot impact our regular classes and operations.

7) We always have a manager on site during our events. We are here to take care of first aid, maintain house rules, and take care of emergencies. 

8) Things to consider: Our Venue provides restrooms, lots of indoor space, and outdoor space, 150+ seating, plentiful free parking, drinking fountain, safety equipment, cpr/first aid trained staff, fully stocked first aid and cleaning supplies, cash/card register, pre-registration for your event, in house marketing to a database of 10,000+ people through social media, newsletter, and our day to day clientele, a complete and thorough sales manifest of your event, staffing for your event, and much more.

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

2019 Event Schedule

Parkour Olympic Challenge Dates/Times
Saturday Morning (9am - 2pm) races start at 9:30am - Dates:
Sat April 6th
Sat June 15
Sat Oct 5
  • obstacle course/speed course 
  • Skills 
2019 Workshops - EVERY Second Saturday 6:30pm-8:30pm 

$40/person or $35/pair (pre-registration price)
$50/person or $45/pair (at the door price)

First two people to sign up get 50% OFF - TEXT MESSAGE our front desk at 916-759-1468 "I want to sign up for the (Name of Workshop)" and we will call you during office hours to take payment and get you the discount. First come first serve.

2019 Flight Nights (Every Odd 2nd Sunday) $5 members/$10 non-member Open Jam 

Join us for our Flight Nights (Every Odd 2nd Sunday)
$5 members/$10 non-member Open Jam Session with Free Flow Academy trainers and special guests! This month we are hosting an Open Jam at the following times:

5:30-7:00pm (kids 5-12)
7:30pm-9pm (teen/adult)

May 12th

July 14th

September 8th

November 10th

2019 Tag Nights (Every Even 2nd Sunday) - $10 

Cash pool prize (for tag)
5:30-7:00pm (kids 9-12)
7:30pm-9pm (teen/adult)

April 14th

June 9th

August 11th

October 13th

Saturday, March 2, 2019

Aerial Silks Showcase Performer Checklist

The Week of Performance:

Eat Simple/Clean all week leading up to performance (but eat foods you are used to!)
Stay hydrated
Wash Hands Regularly/Avoid Sickness
Do not try or do new activities that pose risk/injury
Make sure you have your Costume
Have your Hair/Makeup plan (Hair should be up and out of the way)
Relax and Self Care

Day of Performance:

Warm up morning of the performance
Make sure you have your Costume (put it on BEFORE you arrive, and wear it underneath some warm layers)
Makeup/Hair Ready
Do NOT wear jewelry/clothing that can get caught in silk
Eat foods that give you energy
Stay hydrated
Arrive at Call Time (5:30pm)
Warm up when you arrive
Have Fun (remember you are sharing something you love to do!)
Don’t forget to smile 😊
Point your Toes

Thursday, January 31, 2019


Meet Our Tutors

Coach Eddy:
My name is Salvador Amore. I currently tutor several high school students in Placer County. I have 2 years of tutoring experience at Bella Vista High School and 1 year currently at William Jessup University. I am a undergraduate student with the goal of receiving my doctorate in Biblical Studies. I have taken courses though AP Calculus BC, Spanish 4, AP Physics 2, and AP Literature. Therefore, I am confident tutoring below and at these levels. My students currently range form 7th grade to sophomore year. Some of my students have a 3.00+ GPA while others struggle to pass basic classes due to learning disabilities. Rather than explaining the result, I focus on understanding and comprehension of the process. For example, instead of teaching the concept of absolute value as the cancellation of a negative, absolute value by definition is the number’s distance from 0. This helps to target misunderstanding. If you have any questions, please contact me at

Coach Matt:
 I joined the Army at 17 years old and learned many things while in the Army; some of the more important things being perseverance, determination, and dedication. In high school, I found a love in foreign languages as well and through the Army, I learned Korean, making me trilingual, also being fluent in French.  I can tutor in French and Korean.  I hope to see you all in class! -Coach Matt