Sports and Recreation

Sport and recreational activities at PCYC Hills District


It is the fastest racquet sport in the world, sunsafe, great for co-ordination, agility and fitness. Shane Weatherby also offers coaching for children

Kindy Climbers

Bring your child to learn, develop and play in a relaxed and friendly environment. Kindy Climbers has balance beams, parallel bars, A frames, trampolines, tunnels and mats for your child to explore, helping them build confidence in jumping, climbing, balancing, swinging and tumbling.

Martial Arts

Aikido is a non-aggressive martial art, which teaches you self-defence, calmness, confidence and awareness. Built on a foundation of respect for all and self-discipline, Aikido Yuishinkai provides an opportunity for mental and physical training. Women and men of all ages and fitness levels are invited to experience the benefits of martial arts training in a friendly and safe environment.

Aikido Shodokan
Aikido Shodokan can be defined as a blend of sport, self-defence and physical exercise. Shodokan Aikido promotes self-confidence, self-discipline, agility and general fitness. It is suitable for men, women and children as physical strength is not a main requirement as the power for a throw comes from the momentum of the attack.

Japanese Martial Arts Technique: skills in grappling and ground wrestling involving throws and trips. No striking involved. Judo can be enjoyed by all ages! Judo means “The gentle way” and can be used as a form of exercise or the player can become a competition player.

Ju-Jutsu (Jujitsu)
Japanese Martial Arts Technique: similar to Aikido and Judo but includes kicking and punching. Students are encouraged to use what they already know and build on their strengths while keeping their mind open to all possibilities. In the Dojo, students will learn to trust their own ability and respect the abilities of others, learn to set goals and work hard to achieve them and learn to defend themselves.

Muay Thai Kick Boxing
Thailand Martial Arts Technique: Very aggressive attack technique involving kicking, punching, elbows and knees. This is a tough form of kickboxing and for this reason the age group begins at 14.

Beep Test

The beep test is a multi-stage fitness test used to measure cardiovascular fitness and maximum oxygen uptake. It is commonly used by coaches and trainers to measure athlete fitness, or used as a pre-requisite for police and emergency organisations. The test is also known as the bleep test, pacer test, 20m shuttle run test or Léger test.


We offer Junior and Senior Boxing classes designed to improve your cardio fitness, strength and agility using boxing drills. It also improves balance, coordination and endurance. We have a purpose built boxing area that includes 16 bags and 2 boxing rooms.