All children grow and develop at different rates. Some slow, some fast. When your child hits their growth spurt, their bones lengthen, and the change may cause confusion to their brain disrupting their co-ordination.
Practising co-ordination exercises from an early age can help your child ease into this growth transition. Exercises with a variety of elements, like changing direction or including a ball, is a great way to improve co-ordination, improve strength and even avoid injuries.
Ease the growth transition
Your child's body grows and adapts very quickly. This can confuse the link between their brains and movement. Our qualified staff will make sure your child can keep up with their own bodies with the right exercise programme.