Classes to suit every young body, every stage of child development and every interest
Combinations that involve jumping and leaping increase heart rate, which can improve endurance, stamina and overall cardiovascular health. Like other forms of dance, ballet can improve body awareness, posture and physical self-control.
Energy & Exercise
Exercise can benefit a child in endless ways. A stronger immune system! The body’s ability to fight disease is improved. Children are less prone to colds, allergies, and diseases. A reduction of type 2 diabetes by increasing insulin sensitivity and improving carbohydrate metabolism.
A lower blood pressure and an improvement of the child’s cholesterol profile.
A strengthening of the entire cardiovascular system, including the heart and lungs. The heart develops a higher pump-activity while the child’s heart and lungs are strengthened, supporting the prevention of heart disease.
Children are less likely to become overweight and will have better control of their body fat.
Children develop stronger bone structure and muscle structure.
One of the main benefits of taekwondo is improving a child's strength and balance. Because taekwondo depends on kicking, practitioners learn to balance their weight on one leg to leave the other one free to strike. This also helps strengthen the muscles of the torso. Taekwondo can also help improve coordination. Arm and leg muscles become stronger as a child practices strikes.
Team work has innumerable benefits on the personality of a child. It greatly improves a child’s communication skills as it’s all about voicing your opinion and listening to the opinion of others. It also teaches a child to co-operate with other members of the group. A child learns to value the point of view of others and this is an important leadership skill too. The child works towards a common goal and solves problems keeping in mind the goal to be achieved. A child learns how to share and compromise in special circumstances. The skill helps the child to carry learn how to get along with others and have fun while completing a project.
Gymnasts are renowned for their excellent strength-to-weight ratio. Taking part in gymnastics at a young age can help build the foundations of good all-around muscle strength, endurance, and power. According to the International Gymnastics School, gymnasts get stronger through regular training, which aids in the development of lean, toned muscles, improved balance, and better posture.
Participation in gymnastics helps children become physically active, and stay fit and healthy. Taking part in any exercise significantly reduces the risk of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes in adulthood.
Ball skills are an important activity for children of all interests and abilities to practice consistently. Ball skills not only prepare children for gym class at school and extracurricular activities, but they help to address bilateral skills, hand-eye coordination, timing, sequencing, motor planning, and attention. Ball skills can include, but are not limited to: throwing and catching, dribbling, kicking, and aiming for a target.