Crowdfunding campaign for coaching qualifications

We’ve launched a crowdfunding campaign to get women qualified to coach parkour in Scotland!!

Please contribute here:

And share the link far and wide!!


This campaign will mean we’ll have a woman coaching in Scotland, and it’s only the beginning!

Please support us!


Superchared thanks and infinite gratitude to those who have already donated!!
Ellie Dubois
Naomi Honey
Nicole Brandon
Chrissie Jamieson-Ardill
Paul Raj Lagah
Mimosa Percy
Dana Macpherson
Nina Ballantyne
Ruth Savks
John Harte
Cat Sinclair
Daria Altenburg
Ryan McSorley
Marie Lindenkohl
Hector Pahaut
David Banks
Rani Dhanda
Heather Boyd
Holly Waller
Freya Gosnold
Julie Ridell
Alison Greenwood

I was inside, I was outside.

Who was this ‘I’?

It is something everyone knows, unemotionally and as a matter of fact. You only have to pass through a small opening, a blocked corridor, swing over a handrail or on a balcony high enough to provoke vertigo for the body to become alert. The body knows by itself how to say I. It knows to what extent I am on this side of the bar, and when I am outside. It judges deviations from normal balance, immediately regulates them and knows just how far to go, or not go. Coenesthesia says I by itself. It knows that I am inside, it knows when I am freeing myself. This internal self proclaims, calls, announces, sometimes howls the I like a wounded animal. This common sense apportions the body better than anything else in the whole world.

From The Five Senses, a Philosophy of Mingled Bodies (I) by Michel Serres.

Translated by Margaret Sankey and Peter Cowley. (Continuum publishing, London and New York, 2008, p 19.)