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PO Box 940482, Plano TX 75094


unity with community

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  • EVERYONE COMING TO THE EVENT, CLIMBING OR NOT need to fill out the Movement Design District Waiver
  • At the Event: have fun rock climbing, donate to our organization, meet the founders, staff, coaches and volunteers and join the team.
  • Updates: make sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram, share with your friends and family.
  • Reminders: don’t forget to add the event to your calendar so you will get reminders.
  • Volunteers: if you would like to help us anytime, you can sign up here. Select “Movement” as your preferred location on the dropdown menu. 



141 Glass St, Dallas, TX 75207



Sunday, March 19th,  from 8:30 to 10:30 am (Central time)
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If you have questions, send us an email we will be more than happy to assist you!
full-body workout

Benefits of Rock Climbing

This sport pushes the climber to his/her limits and gives them a huge sense of accomplishment. Rock climbing is a low-impact exercise, which means it is easier on the body, particularly the joints, while still being a great full-body workout.

Builds Physical Strength

Although safe and appropriate for beginners, rock climbing works lots of different muscles at the same time. It increases strength, grip, flexibility, and endurance. It’s great for balance and increasing mobility.

Sharpens Mental Skills

Physical activity stimulates the brain and improves cognitive function. Rock climbing develops hand-eye coordination while increasing the sense of spatial awareness. It boosts problem-solving skills and focuses the mind. The sport even has meditative effects relieving stress, and bolsters ambition and personal motivation.

Promotes Social Interactions

Climbers are very social; they welcome and support new climbers, giving them a sense of belonging. The sport builds confidence, trust, and a sense of happiness. Rock climbing improves communication skills and is great for building self-esteem.