Football originated from England, it is played by two teams of eleven on a rectangular field. Football is a directional game, so the purpose is to attack and defend, the team with the ball will attack while the team without the ball will defend and vice versa. Football is primarily a team game so it develops many qualities within a person.
Boxing is a sport that involves two individuals to be in one square ring occupied also with a referee, both must have their hands wrapped with gloves and they will compete for three minutes for each round, the number of rounds may vary depending on the competition. Boxing is also recognised as an Olympic and commonwealth games sport, but the main goal for many boxers is turning professional. There are many boxers that have helped the sport gain worldwide recognitions in the past and present, past boxers such as Muhammed Ali still inspires young and upcoming boxers, including present boxers like Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather.
Futsal was developed in Brazil and Uruguay. It is very similar to football, as it is played between two teams with the principle of attack and defend. Each team can have five players on the field of play and unlimited substitutions, it is mainly played indoors, on hard surfaces. The ball itself is smaller than a regular football and does not bounce as much.
Martial arts is a category that consist of combat sports, it is practiced across the world but mainly across Asia. There are many forms of martial arts, for example taekwondo, jeet kwon do, Capoeira, aikido and many more. Martial arts taught and learned for competitions, self-defence, spiritual awareness etc. Competitions like MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) are heavily inspired by people such as Bruce Lee, his influence reach across the world and made people aware of certain martial arts and now these variety of styles are taught all across the world.
Belly dancing is a solo improvised dance based on torso articulation. This dance form originated from the Middle East and is also known as Oriental Dance, Egyptian Dance, Arabic Dance or Middle Eastern Dance. There are many styles of belly dance depending the country and region. This dance form develops movement skills, body control and understanding music and the beats and also improves confidence in young people and raises cultural awareness.
Zumba is a dance fitness program created by Colombian dancer and choreographer Alberto "Beto" Perez during the 1990's. Zumba consists of dance and aerobic elements and uses the movement and choreography of all styles of dance and martial arts. It is recognised worldwide and is a substitute to lose weight/ gain fitness in a fun way.
Street dance, is another form of African American culture formally known as vernacular dance, refers to dance styles regardless of country of origin that evolved outside of dance studios in any available open space such as streets, dance parties, block parties, parks, school yards, raves, and nightclubs. This is a variation of Jazz, Hip Hop, Locking and Popping. This dance form is very popular which develops movement skills, body control and understanding music and the beats and also improves confidence in young people and raises cultural awareness.
Bollywood is India's and the world's largest fdm industry in terms of number of fdms produced. Bollywood dance is a true East-West Fusion dance style. The dance is fused with elements of Jazz, Hip-Hop, Arabic, and Latin forms alongside the signature classical and folk dancing. International superstars like Madonna, Shakira, Kylie Minogue and Britney Spears have incorporated this dance style in their video's. This dance form develops movement skills, body control and understanding music and the beats and also improves confidence in young people and raises cultural awareness.
The 4000 year old sport is the national sport of India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Kabaddi is an invading contact sport which develops team work, spatial awareness, raises cultural awareness and communication skills. We specialise in both the full contact and the tag version.
Village games is a heritage project we developed to revive and conserve games played in the villages of Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. These games give an insight on how the young people in those countries with little or no resources play games that are very competitive which are fun and can be played anywhere on the school playground. The games develop understanding and cultural awareness, team building and great use of space.