Non-Scholastic - YOGA
Yoga is the activity for the physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which aim at transforming body and mind.It is one of the techniques used of students for controlling the body and the mind. So the students are get peaceful mind , memory power , concentration about studies and innovation thinking skills.
Our students are participated in state level Yoga competition and got many Certificates and Medals.
Karate is a great form of exercise which provides a whole body workout with an emphasis on balance, coordination and aerobic fitness. The complex movements required by karate also challenge the mind and fully engage the student, child or adult, as they try to master the stances and blocks, punches and kicks, plus Japanese terms and language.
While the techniques of karate are unquestionably effective for combat or self-defence, but more importantly karate promotes self control, self respect and respect for others. Importantly karate teaches non-violence and is anti-bullying.
The introductory course is for anyone and everyone, and trust us when we say that ANYONE can do it, it’s all about personal improvement and reaching your own goals, whether it’s fitness, confidence, flexibility, strength or just making new friends. Whatever your reasons to join you can be sure you will have plenty of fun.
As the summer winds down and your kids go back to school, it’s important to make sure they stay physically active. Skating offers quite a few benefits for the mind as well as the body. Here are some of the ways that skating can help students as they head back to the classroom:
The origins of chess are not exactly clear, though most believe it evolved from earlier chess-like games played in India almost two thousand years ago. The game of chess we know today has been around for more than 500 years!
You and your opponent are each in charge of an army. Your goal: to catch the other army's king (before they catch yours)! When you have him attacked and he can no longer escape, it's called "checkmate," and you win!
At the beginning of the game the chessboard is laid out so that each player has the white (or light) color square in the bottom right-hand side. The chess pieces are then arranged the same way each time. The second row (or rank) is filled with pawns. The rooks go in the corners, then the knights next to them, followed by the bishops, and finally the queen, who always goes on her own matching color (white queen on white, black queen on black), and the king on the remaining square.
The player with the white pieces always moves first, so it's only fair to take turns playing white and black. On each turn you get to move one of your pieces (except for one special move). Then it's your opponent's turn. And back and forth, you take turns until one of the kings is cornered... or your whole army is tired out!