Sports and Recreation

Sport and recreational activities at PCYC Logan


Boxing is a high intensity sport that focuses on strength training and helps improve coordination. It is a great way to build strength, stamina and to reduce stress.

Our classes are designed for ages 6 years and up and run by a qualified coach. Our boxing room is equipped with sparring ring, bags and boxing gloves.

Little n Active

PCYC Queensland’s exclusive new Little n Active Program takes a fun and creative approach to introducing children under 5 to physical activity.

Held in a safe and welcoming space where active parental participation is key, Little n Active classes are designed to promote children’s curiosity, encourage problem solving, increase comprehension and develop social skills.

Little n Active classes cater for different ages and developmental stages, and can be modified to match children’s developmental needs. Each progressive lesson provides children with activities to build fundamental movement and improve their physical ability, using engaging themed environments that lend themselves to movement.

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We believe that gymnastics is amongst the best Physical Education a person can receive.  We know that gymnastics is the foundation for all human movement; and by extension; for other sports.  Programs are progressive allowing for advancement through the skill syllabus at the students own pace.  Our program is a seamless pathway through to any level of gymnastic participation.

Our Recreational program follows a state-wide delivered syllabus, so gymnasts can change class and location if required, while continuing to receive a consistent quality teaching program.  All our coaches are accredited, and our syllabus has been specially developed to provide a structured learning program in a non-competitive environment. At every level our classes are designed to be fun, educational and improve movement skills for life.

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Logan Rhythmic Gymnastics is currently off site at Stretton.  Upon completion of the new facility, it will be housed within PCYC.  This activity includes the World Standard PCYC Elegance, Girls, High performance unit.

Boys and Girls, recreational and competition pathways available.

Beep Test

Beep test run by a Queensland Police Service Officer.