Flying Frog Academy Fire Relief

Dear friends,

As you know, our community has suffered tremendously from devastating wildfires. This crisis has impacted, directly or indirectly, everyone in the region. Many of our Flying Frog families are hurting right now and we want to raise money to assist these families in regaining some form of normalcy over the next few months.

Why this matters:
We truly believe it’s important to give our kids a safe, fun place that offers some continuity in their lives during this turbulent time, as well as a place where they can relax and enjoy themselves with the support of their friends and mentors.

Thank you so much for your support.

If you are in need of assistance due to the wildfires, please fill out this form. Don’t hesitate to contact our front office at (707) 292 8201 or email us at if you have any questions.

To help get the word out, please also consider sharing this link on your Facebook page or with friends and family.


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The word comes from the French “parcours,” which litteraly means, “the way through,” or “the path.” What we now all know as “Parkour,” with a “k,” had its origins in a training program for the French Special Forces known as “Parcours du combattant,” or “The Path of the Warrior.” It was David Belle, a French dude, son of a Parcours Warrior and the “inventor,” of Parkour, who changed the “c” to a “k,” and along with his comrades, the Yamakazi, began the worldwide movement you are now officially a part of and which also includes the phenomenon known as Freerunning (confused yet? Don’t give up! You’re almost there!)

According to the strictest definition, Parkour is the act of moving from point “a,” to point “b,” using the obstacles in your path to increase your efficiency. Sounds like a fun game right? A basic repertoire of moves developed of the years, like the “tic-tac,” the “kong-vault,” and the “gap jump,” that make Parkour immediately recognizable to most people who see it, even if they don’t know what it’s called!

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