Our sports programs have been developed in line with our fundamental belief that sport plays an essential role in children’s overall development and well-being. Other than physical benefits such as strength, coordination, flexibility and stamina, participation in athletic activities also helps to develop mental strength, self-discipline, perseverance, confidence and determination. We offer a wide range of athletics programs that are designed for fun, motivation and enjoyment.

“Tell your story through dance”

Rhythmic gymnastics is where dance and drama come together to tell a story. As a developed form of ballet, rhythmic gymnastics was perfected and turned into its current form by the Soviet school. Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport and art that combines elements of ballet, gymnastics, dance, and apparatus manipulation. With the sound of music, individuals or teams of five manipulate one or two pieces of apparatus to artfully express their inner beauty. The apparatus include Rope, Hoop, Ball, Clubs and Ribbon.
With rhythmic gymnastics, athletes develop strength, flexibility, agility, endurance and hand-eye coordination. Rhythmic gymnastics is for women and girls of all ages. Athletes are usually grouped by age and ability. From beginner and intermediate to advanced and pre-competitive, gymnasts work towards achieving awards in club competitions and performances as well as preparing for competing on international levels.

“Reveal your creative character”

Artistic gymnastics is a form of gymnastics where each gymnast communicates her/his own character and style through creative use of different equipment and apparatus including, Vault, Uneven and Parallel Bars, Beam, Pommel Horse and Floor. Artistic gymnastics helps athletes develop agility, flexibility, balance and self- confidence. Other than providing fun and fitness, mastering artistic gymnastics enables athletes to participate in local, regional and international competitions. Unlike many other sports in which boys’ and girls’ sports are comparable, boys’ and girls’ artistic gymnastics share few similarities bur have many differences. Differences include, number of events, equipment, routines and scoring.
Athletes are usually grouped by age and ability. From beginner and intermediate to advanced and precompetitive, gymnasts work towards achieving awards in club competitions and performances as well as preparing for competing on international levels.

“Reach the sky or don’t try”

Basketball involves a lot of starting and stopping. While not renowned as an aerobic sport, it is still a great workout that can help you:
  • Burn calories (an hour of basketball can burn 630–750 calories)
  • Build endurance
  • Improve balance and coordination
  • Develop concentration and self-discipline
  • Build up muscle.
Karate, the combination of two words: “kara”, meaning empty, and “te”, meaning hand, is a Japanese martial art that in its physical aspects seek the development of defensive and counter attacking body movements. Sometimes the word “do”, meaning the way or path is added to the Karate to imply that karate goes beyond self-defense and by embracing its mental techniques, it could become a total way of excelling in life.

Karate made its long-awaited Olympic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Wrestling is a sport practiced in various styles by two competitors. Wrestling is probably the oldest sport practiced by man. Works of art from 3000 BCE depict belt wrestling in Babylonia and Egypt, and the Sumerian Gilgamesh epic has a description of such wrestling Modern wrestling is dominated by two wrestling styles: Greco-Roman and freestyle wrestling. The main difference between these two styles of wrestling is that Greco-Roman forbids any holds below the waist, but freestyle wrestling allows you to use your legs as both defensive and offensive weapons. Wrestling builds character, teaches kids how to overcome obstacles, handle their emotions and that success has to be earned through hard work and determination. Wrestling has been included in every Olympic program since 1896.
Taekwondo is a Korean traditional martial arts and is considered one of the most systematic and scientific disciplines that teaches far more than physical fighting skills. Taekwondo teaches the unity of body, mind, and life. The principles of physical movements and mind training in Taekwondo help you develop peace of mind and extend it to your life and society.

Tae kwon do has become a global sport and stands among the official games in the Olympics.
We all believe that physical fitness is a general state of health and well-being and more specifically, the ability to perform aspects of sports, occupations and daily activities.

We respect your priceless time, so you can now enjoy your daily exercises in Gymnazia’s fully equipped adults fitness studio instead of waiting your little champion to finish.