The Royal House and JIYO

Team JIYO has established a strong relationship with the Danish Royal Family through multiple performances and personalized training.

Team JIYO's appearances for the Royal House have been a huge success, leading to several requested appearances for the royal family. The team is known for their professional and energetic presentations, which have been a source of inspiration and motivation for the royal family.

The team's training has also been a great success, and Prince Nikolaj and Prince Felix have learned many new skills through their training with Martin Coops, JIYO's founder. Their physical and mental capacities have been strengthened and it has helped them push their limits.

Great relationships over the years.

Team JIYO has performed for the Royal House on several occasions, including Prince Nikolaj's confirmation and the opening of the world's first official parkour park, JIYO Parken in Ørestad, Copenhagen, where His Royal Highness Crown Prince Frederik was also present. Team JIYO performed for the crown prince and the audience and showed the crown prince around the park.

Team JIYO has a great relationship with the Danish Royal Family.

Prince Nikolaj and Prince Felix were hooked on Parkour.

The pictures above show Prince Nikolaj and Prince Felix from the Danish Royal Family with Team JIYO, who have performed several times for the Royal Family. In the pictures we are at Prince Nikolaj's confirmation, where JIYO did a show and then the princes tried some parkour tricks.

Shortly after the show, Prince Nikolaj and Prince Felix began to be taught by head coach, Martin Coops, who has been teaching the princes privately for a long time.