Operations Management


Head of Parkour



Head of Aerial silks & Gymnastics



Head of Administration & Development



Harry has been training in Parkour for 10 years and teaching for 5. He mainly got into it as a way to get out of trouble and get into more trouble.
If you don’t catch him jumping, he’s “either taking photos, riding a bike, or being a nuisance”.


Bio coming soon!


Bio coming soon!


Part mermaid, part wise old owl, this curious cryptid is highly seasonal and can be found at Urban Evolution primarily during the summer and winter months, spending most of the spring and fall seasons at George Mason University pursuing a degree in kinesiology.
Kim has been teaching Aerial Silks since 2016, and talking to cats since around 2005.


Aldrin started doing Parkour at the end of 2020. “I guess you could say that I made the best decision to end the year.” After that, he tried everything Urban Evo has to provide. In his spare time, he loves going outside and wandering off into nature. He hopes to see you training at our facility!


Amanda has been dancing for 15 years and has been dancing Hip Hop at the Industry level for the last couple years. When she’s not dancing, she’s playing guitar and writing music. Whatever she’s doing, she’s always tapping into her creative side and she’d love to share that with all of you! 


Christie has a background in different movements from dance, martial arts, yoga and Parkour. She decided to pursue her 200hr yoga certification from CenteredBeing in 2012 and has been teaching yoga ever since. She has taught all ages and levels. Christie will help guide you through your journey with flexibility with strength and ease.


Rachelle has been practicing Parkour/ Gymnastics/ Breakdancing for almost six years. She always wanted to breakdance, but couldn’t find a school/class when she was younger, and found her passion here at Urban Evolution. In her spare time, she likes to ride her motorcycle, play games (board games, trivia and video games), and fish keeping.


Chris has been practicing aerial arts for five years and have gotten to work primarily with pole, lyra, and silks – the last of which he teaches here at UE. He started his aerials journey while in college with a friend as a way to get into shape and fell in love with it from the first class. If he’s not hanging out in the air or at the gym, you can usually find him playing video games or traveling. 


Bio coming soon!


Bio coming soon!


Bio coming soon!