Taekwondo is a millenary martial art of Korean origin that over time has become
become an excellent method of self defense and a popular Olympic sport.
Taekwondo is one of the sports that can contribute the most to the educational process of children, as it develops both their physical and emotional state, considerably favoring their school performance and their relationship with others.
It is recommended that it be from 4 years of age when a child begins to attend Taekwondo classes. The introduction of this sport at this age is based on a work of recreation in which it is intended that children make contact with the activity through play. The main The goal is to have a good time in a fun environment.
In the physical aspect, Taekwondo allows to develop to the maximum all the capacities of the body: Strength, elasticity, flexibility, resistance, as well as a harmonious and functional development of your entire body.
On a mental level, this sport teaches its practitioners the need to be persistent with designed objectives, in addition to instilling the values of education and companionship. Discipline, respect and self-control are essential throughout the learning process of this martial art.
Rhythmic Gymnastics is a sports activity that promotes coordination and muscle strength. Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport that combines ballet, dance and gymnastics movements with the use of various elements such as maces, ball, ribbon, rope or hoop.