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Subiaco

Subiaco PCYC is a vibrant Centre, renowned for its recreational activities, especially gymnastics, with several gymnasts reaching competition level each year.

  • Aikido

    Develop fitness, strength and self-defence skills.

  • Judo

    Judo is a modern Japanese martial art that offers physical exercise, discipline, mental focus, fitness, fun, competition, self-defence, confidence and self-control. It is a sport that allows you to set personal or competitive goals while also having fun and making friends in the process.

  • Table Tennis

    Table Tennis is a great recreational activity for all experience levels, it is great for beginners and for those with a competitive streak.

  • Wrestling

    Learn freestyle wrestling, develop self-defence skills, improve your self-confidence and increase your fitness levels. Wrestling is a great sport for males or females of any age and any fitness level.

  • KinderGym

    KinderGym is a GWA approved toddler play program held at PCYC that is specifically designed for children aged 0-5.

  • Gymnastics

    PCYC provides a range of gymnastics classes from beginners to state and national squad levels, designed to allow children to progress appropriately, at their own pace.

  • Slow point guitar tutoring

    Guitar lessons with Dearin Crawford, who has over 30 years experience teaching. These lessons will encourage you to find your own style, technique and approach to playing guitar. Available for all age groups, experience levels and styles of guitar (electric-acoustic, bass, ukelele, mandolin- just to name a few).

  • Weststar Martial Arts

    A combination of punches, kicks, and self-defense moves developed from Taekwondo, Kickboxing, Judo and Jiu Jitsu.

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  • Certificate I in Leadership

    Certificate I in Leadership (52773WA) is a bridging course that assists young people to progress to further education, training or employment through the development of employability and leadership skills and increased community participation.

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