Sports Skill Development
Develop motor and life skills in a fun environment
YMCA Sports Development Sessions are sports training sessions designed to expose our youth to the number of sports and activities within the area. These programs run for 8 weeks during the school terms, which emphasises on participation and skill development in a variety of activities.
Why not enrol your child to participate in our sports development sessions? Sessions are 45 minutes in length and have been designed to accommodate all skill levels.
Sport exposure and skill development sessions
The skill development sessions are designed to run over a term to progress the skill levels of certain sports and develop motor and life skills for children aged between 5-11 and 12-16. This program has been designed to maximise enjoyment and participation whilst exposing the kids to new sports and skills.
There will be a variety of programs running including Basketball, Netball, Badminton, Table tennis and more such as our multisport program to expose your child to 5 sports in 8 weeks. With coaching from experienced and qualified coaches you can be assured that your children is getting the most from this program.
Returning to Sport
This program is targeted for adults aged 30 years and older. This program is a combination of both fitness and skill based drills to prepare your body to return to sport or for those looking for an alternative to boot camp fitness programs. Our coaches are both highly experienced coaches and exercise professionals.
Mini-ball is a FIBA initiative to develop your child’s basketball skill levels and prepare them for regular season play. This progressive program is aimed at children aged 6-10 who are looking to join with their local sports club. With experienced coaches to deliver this program it is a great advantage to get your children ready to play competitive basketball and improve general motor skills.
Experience our range of sports and develop your skills with friends today. Call us on 9848 0088 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.