Ninja Parc Indoor Obstacle Course set to change how Townsville moves
A new way of moving is coming to Townsville. Ninja Parc Indoor Obstacle Course is opening its doors at the Thuringowa Wildcatz Indoor Sports Arena Saturday, 15 June.
With a focus on making fitness fun and accessible for all ages and abilities, Ninja Parc Indoor Obstacle Course has it all: a general indoor obstacle course, fitness classes for adults and kids, parkour, birthday parties, school programs, holidays clinics, and even corporate events!
Ninja Parc is the brainchild of fitness entrepreneur John Pirlo who saw a need to create an outlet for fun. A place that made this the number one priority, with fitness and the development of new skills and abilities succeeding this. Since opening its first location in Newcastle in mid-2017, Ninja Parc has been able to not only deliver on fun to the local community, it’s also bridged the gap for many, connecting them to a form of physical fitness that they can enjoy and feel confident in doing.
“Nothing makes us happier than seeing kids and adults of all ages on the Ninja Parc obstacle course with a smile on their face. We’ve seen young girls gain the confidence that comes from understanding what your body can do; adults who thought they’d forgotten how to have fun rediscovering joy; and families having a reason to have some good, healthy fun together. Ninja Parc has changed the way people look at moving. We’re already seeing thousands of people in Townsville get behind our opening, knowing it will be great for their city,” says founder, John Pirlo.
In keeping fun and flexibility at the fore, Townsville residents can experience Ninja Parc from 15 June through casual passes, starting from just $17; or through weekly adult or child memberships that give unlimited access to the indoor obstacle course, as well as fitness classes.
Birthday parties will be available Friday nights and weekends, and holiday clinics will run every school holidays. Parents too can have fun, with the option to relax and unwind with a coffee or snack break at the on-site Ninja café.
Before the year ends, Townsville and Newcastle residents will not be the only ones moving at Ninja Parc, a further five locations are set to roll out across the country. Commenting on the swift expansion, John Pirlo says: “Our vision is to inspire a world of movement. We want to see as many people as possible getting active in either recreational movement, or structured activities. We plan to launch Ninja Parc in as many regional and metro locations as possible to bring affordable, safe and fun activities to all. With hundreds of franchise inquiries, all excited to contribute to our vision, we’re confident there’s an exciting future ahead for buddying Ninjas across the country.”
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