Point A

at 20 Gunson St, Adelaide, 5000 Australia

Training warehouse in the Adelaide CBD for 'movement culture'. Many groups under one roof includng Parkour, Freerunning, Circus, Yoga, Kung-Fu, Aerial Yoga, Personal Training.


Point A
20 Gunson St
Adelaide , SA 5000
Australia
Contact Phone
P: <<not-applicable>>
Website

Description

Movement. Culture. A new home in Adelaide for emerging activities, disciplines, and groups. Website: www.PointA.com.au See our launch Announcement: http://pointa.com.au/docs/28-6-12-PointA-Announcement-v1.pdf Our Statement of Purpose: http://pointa.com.au/sopurpose.html

Opening time

  • Mondays: 13:00- 20:00
  • Tuesdays: 13:00- 20:00
  • Wednesdays: 13:00- 20:00
  • Thursdays: 13:00- 20:00
  • Fridays: 13:00- 21:00
  • Saturdays: 13:00- 21:00
  • Sundays: 10:00- 13:00

Company Rating

1443 Facebook users were in Point A. It's a 6 position in Popularity Rating for companies in Sports/recreation/activities category in Adelaide, South Australia

2367 FB users likes Point A, set it to 11 position in Likes Rating for Adelaide, South Australia in Sports/recreation/activities category

Generated summary (experimental)

Point A is a community training warehouse in the Adelaide city for what we call Movement Culture .
We have open training, classes of many different types, one-off workshops, and you can hire the space for your own thing.
Check out our timetable for an overview.
We also offer personal training .
It’s a phrase we made up.
It’s an attempt to describe the thread that connects many groups, disciplines, or random people who are on the fringes of ‘sport’ ‘fitness’ and ‘lifestyles’.
Movement Cultures are developed, often informally, around physical activities that are undertaken for the pure reason that they are enjoyable and rewarding in and of themselves.
We passionately believe society needs Movement Cultures and the concept is largely missing and unrecognised in our experiences with people as well as organisations and government.
Primarily, Movement Cultures are fun.
That’s why people start – and that’s the foot in the door to all the other benefits they bring.
As a person immerses themselves they will grow with the experiences and find many benefits.
At the very least, it’s a great way to get people off their asses and out doing something.
Sedentary lifestyles, obesity, poor nutrition, depression, pent up anger, lack of wholesome social interaction and far more are all up for improvement by becoming engaged.
Watch this to see what we are about.If you want to join, get in touch with the specific group using Point A you wish to train with, or you can always just contact us !
We post more updates and notices via our Facebook page (and we’re on Instagram and Twitter ).