The Chainstore Gym and Parkour Academy
The Chainstore Gym is the UK’s first and only dedicated parkour/freerunning centre.
Situated in East London just minutes from Canary wharf and right across the river from the iconic O2 Arena, The Chainstore Gym is open every day of the week and houses bespoke training facilities for parkour, functional fitness, weightlifting and other physical activities.
Whether you are dropping in to use the space for your own training, attending one of our daily parkour or fitness classes or taking part in one of our QCF coaching or personal trainer certifications, The Chainstore Gym is the perfect place to learn the art of movement and to get strong, fit, fast and agile.
The World’s Leading Parkour & Fitness Coaches
The Chainstore will be the best place to find the most experienced team of parkour coaches in the world, with a huge knowledge-base spanning many areas of physical fitness, movement skills and strength training. There will always be someone on hand to help you out with any questions, problems or challenges you are facing, as well as offering full private coaching & personal training sessions whenever you may need them.
As a member or visitor of the Chainstore Gym you can also enjoy free WiFi and access to tea, coffee, protein shakes and health foods to support your training.
Opening Hours, Location & Travel
You are welcome to come join us at the Chainstore for your own personal training at any time. However please be aware that, during class times, certain parts of the facility or pieces of equipment may be in use by the class, and you may have to wait for them to become available. All efforts will be made to share and accommodate all our customers, but classes will have priority on equipment usage.
PRICING & MEMBERSHIPS:
Located at London’s famous Trinity Buoy Wharf, home of the city’s only lighthouse, our iconic listed building is directly opposite the O2 Arena in Greenwich.
The Chainstore Parkour Academy,
Trinity Buoy Wharf,
64 Orchard Place,
HOW TO GET TO US:
To East India, followed by a 7 minute walk. Please do not walk over the footbridge at the station, instead use the stairs to the south exit. Outside of the station follow the blue signs marked either Trinity Buoy Wharf or The Chainstore.
Number 277, alighting at the Town Hall on the north side of East India (DLR) station.
A designated boat service runs from the O2 QEII Pier (accessible from North Greenwich tube station on the Jubliee line) to Trinity Buoy Wharf Jubilee Pier.
The service is £2 each way and operates Monday to Friday from 5am – 8pm and over the weekend from 5am to 8am.
Follow signs to Leamouth on the A13 or from Aspen Way. At the Leamouth roundabout (Esso Petrol Station), take the Lower Lea Crossing exit. Almost immediately, go left after the bridge. At the T-junction turn right onto Orchard Place and follow the road round to Trinity Buoy Wharf. Please note that limited parking is available on site at this time.