Associate Member

– Duncan Munro

Aberdeen Parkour is a community for the practitioners of Parkour and the people interested in it. We are dedicated to the exchange of ideas and information relating to all aspects of sport, physical art, fitness and health. Our goal is to become the leading resource and central point for the communication between traceurs in the North East of Scotland.
Aberdeen Parkour is not a club or formal society merely a group of individuals with a common interest. Anyone taking part in events organised through Aberdeen Parkour remain responsible for their own safety at all times. Children under 12 attending events must have a parent / guardian present at all times.

Showtime Circus

Showtime Circus is a fully inclusive circus school.
We teach all things circus including aerial, acro and more.

All teachers are current professionals in their field and exceptionally experienced.

Everyone is welcome 🙂


Ukemi promotes activity in highly urbanised areas and encourages a healthier society through digital design, product creation, and community arts.

Each founder has practised Parkour for over a decade and this is the lens in which we see the world and project our ideas onto. We create experiences in response to and in collaboration with communities to reclaim the city for free and open activity.

Our aim is to tackle health and safety culture to encourage play and demystify fitness and movement to make it more accessible through our products and services.


Providing a number of zones within an arena including Parkour, Ninja Assault Course, Sweat Zone. Strong emphasis on engaging with disadvantaged groups including the disabled, young people etc.