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New Parkour Gym in Loma Linda / Redlands CA.

Residents in the Redlands and Loma Linda communities have a brand new Parkour training facility right in their backyard.

Freedom in Motion is a parkour gym that first opened in Murrieta, CA. In July 2020 they opened their newest state-of-the-art parkour training facility right on the border of Loma Linda and Redlands at 25449 Redlands Blvd, Loma Linda, CA, 92354. The greater San Bernardino, Redlands, and Riverside communities now have access to one of the leading parkour programs for kids, teens, and adults. Freedom in Motion is now enrolling in its parkour programs.

Freedom in Motion is known for their world-class athletes (Literally, some of them compete on the international level) who offer some truly amazing classes. Their numerous 5-star reviews speak for themselves.

If you’re a prospective parent, you can join Freedom in Motion’s Facebook group at this link to chat with other parents and members to see if it's a good fit for your family directly from your peers.

30-second video tour.


(FiM has classes for teens and adults also) Freedom in Motion’s kid's parkour program is the best program on the market for kids, as voted by local parents. It's beating gymnastics, martial arts, and team sports in parent and child success surveys.

Ninja Warrior training at Freedom in Motion Parkour gym in Loma Linda CA

One parent recently told Freedom in Motion how their kid typically hated team sports, but parkour seemed to inspire them to show up to sessions ready to learn and challenge themselves.

If yore ready to try out a class, head to now and click “try a class” to get started. Let us know how it goes!


Freedom in Motion Loma Linda also rents out their gym for parkour birthday parties for any age. Kids' birthday parties are filled with games, obstacle courses, and fun challenges all set up by the coaches. Companies can even host team-building events or banquets here at freedom in motion parkour gym in Loma Linda.


This place is a MUST for parents who want to get their kids involved in a sport. Kids tend to stick with parkour due to its open structure and play-based teachings.

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