Gymnastics has for many years been one of WA PCYC’s core and most popular recreational activities. It offers young people the opportunity to develop gymnastics and life skills in a safe and positive environment whilst providing fun, friendships, confidence, fitness and performance.
WA PCYC gymnasts are provided with skill progressions and development through circuits, stations and other activities on all gymnastics apparatus and are assisted in improving their strength, flexibility, balance & co-ordination as well as team and sportsmanship values
What does gymnastics provide for young people?
Enhanced co-ordination and agility for body awareness and balance
Develops posture and confident body movement including the ability to land safely
Enhances creativity and builds self-confidence for sport and life
Develops strength and flexibility for life’s constant challenges
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Over the past year Midland PCYC and local Police have been building a special relationship with Aboriginal young people from remote communities who attend La Salle College in Middle Swan. The initiative between the Western Australia Police Force and PCYC aimed to build positive relationships with the Police, improving their…