Ninja Training

Rock climbing, yoga, fitness equipment….and now Ninja Training?! That’s right, AZR has a Ninja Training rig and many obstacles upstairs, so come and try obstacles just like those you see on the hit TV show. Don’t know how to approach one of the obstacles? just ask one of our experienced coaches for help. 

Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic we are not currently offering group classes. Private sessions can be arranged on request.



Training Class Times



All children (individuals under 18) must have an AZ on the Rocks waiver completed and signed by his/her own parent before using the facility. No permission slips, NO EXCEPTIONS.

Using the Ninja Equipment

Use of the equipment is included in all memberships and day passes. Only want to use the training rig? Pay just $20 and get to go upstairs to give it a go (all participants must have a properly completed waiver on file to use any portion of the facility). We have replicas of many of the iconic obstacles seen on the hit NBC show, including the Salmon Ladder, Bar Hop, Rumbling Dice, Cannonball Alley, Ring Toss, Quintuple Steps and many more. We are adding new obstacles on a regular basis. Click the toggle section below to view a complete list of obstacles.


Must Have Waiver on File




1 class per month



2 classes per month


  • All participants need to have a properly completed digital waiver form on file, and for those under the age of 18 this must be completed by his/her own parent-no exceptions to this.
  • Nobody under the age of 15 is allowed upstairs without adult supervision.
  • Fitness equipment (rowing machine, treadmill, ellipticals etc.) are not to be used by anybody under the age of 15.
  • Anyone not using the equipment properly will be asked to leave the fitness area.
  • As with all physical activities, it is important to stretch/warm up, know your own fitness level and abilities and understand all risks involved.
  • Use the crash pads, do not take the crash pads from others.
  • Remove any objects from underneath you that you may fall on.
  • Be courteous of other customers using the equipment.
  • Some of the equipment can be loud (the salmon ladder, rings on the pegs and the rumbling dice, in particular), so please be aware of the yoga classes and refrain from using those during class times.
  • Do not remove safety straps/tethers from any of the equipment.
  • The salmon ladder is only to be used under the supervision of the coaches or by authorized individuals. Please do not use the stretching bars or pvc tubing on the salmon ladder.
  • Some obstacles are only available during classes, so sign up if you want to try them.
  • Do not tie knots in the ropes.
  • Please respect the yoga classes and refrain from using noisy obstacles while they are in session.
  • If you are not sure, ask!
This is what you can find upstairs. We have grouped the obstacles according to difficulty. A student would be expected to master all obstacles under Level I before moving on to Level II and so on. A Level I student may be able to master some, but not all of the Level II obstacles.
Level I
  • Quintuple Steps
  • Sonic Curve
  • Monkey Bars
  • Fixed Pegs
  • Spool Roller
  • Pipe Roller
  • Balance Spheres
  • Rings
  • Trapezes
  • Trampoline
  • Rope Swing
  • Balance Beams
  • Cargo Net


Level II
  • Ring Toss
  • Canonball Alley
  • Flares
  • Rumbling Dice
  • Wind Chimes
  • Sky Hook
  • Helix Hang 
  • Floating Boards
  • Cliffhanger
  • Doorknobs
  • Pegboard
  • Tire Swing (New!)
Level III and above
  • Birdhouses
  • Bar Hop
  • Circuit Board
  • Floating Monkey Bars
  • Stair Hopper 
  • Piano Keys
  • Traveling Balls
  • Salmon Ladder
  • Battering Ram/Pipefitter
  • Walking Monkey Bars
  • Vertical Limit
  • I-Beam
  • Block Hopper
  • Wingnuts (New!)



Whether you are a beginner wanting to learn the best techniques, or a seasoned veteran wanting to perform better, we have something for you. We offer training programs for kids and adults of all ages and ability levels. Please note, classes are suspended for the time being due to the COVIS-19 pandemic.

Level I is intended for the beginners, while Level II is for more advanced Ninjas. You must be able to complete a set course or be approved by one of the instructors to participate in a Level II class.

Progressing from Level I to Level II

In order to progress from Level I to Level II, a student would normally be expected to complete an obstacle course consisting of six obstacles from the following list, with no more than one obstacle failed:

  • Quintuple Steps or Balance Spheres
  • Rope Swing
  • Trapeze Bars
  • Balance Beam
  • Monkey Bars
  • Ring Toss
  • Rings
  • Fixed Pegs

Alternatively, the instructors may move a student from Level I to Level II, based on overall sustained performance in class.

Level III is for the most advanced Ninjas, who are able to complete multiple courses of complex obstacles without difficulty. Participation in the Level III class is recommended only with the approval of the head instructor (Steve Kimpton).


Aimed at kids 6-9 years old who want to learn the basics of Ninja training. With scaled-down obstacles aimed at improving strength, balance and agility, this class will prepare them for the day when they are ready to move to Level I.

To register or ask questions relating to the Future Ninjas program, please complete the form below. Click Here.


The Monday evening and Saturday morning adult classes are for all levels (age 18 and over). The minimum recommended age for classes is 10 years old (except for Future Ninjas), unless pre-approved by one of the instructors.

Future Ninjas

Not currently available

Level 1: Beginners

Not currently available

Level II: Intermediate

Not currently available

Level III: Advanced

Not currently available

Adults (18+)

Not currently available

Have Questions?

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(480) 502-9777

AZR Main Line

(480) 331-5881

Yoga on the Rocks

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M-W-F: 3pm to 10pm
T-TH: 3pm to 7pm
Weekend: 9am to 7pm


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T & TH: 7pm to 10pm


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