Children today aren’t moving the way they used to, and it’s no wonder. Their entire day is spent sitting in school, or sitting and texting, playing video games, or browsing the web when they’re out of class. Even student athletes spend most of their time sedentary. A direct effect of this lack of movement is a tight anterior chain, weak posterior chain, joint asymmetries, poor flexibility, and vulnerability to injury. The rise in ACL issues and torn meniscuses is directly related to this change in lifestyle, and we at PSNY address it.

  • Improves movement and increases absolute strength for optimal athleticism
  • Development-oriented curriculum as fun as it is beneficial
  • Teaches attention, coordination, social interaction and leadership
  • Perfects movement patterns, establishing proper movement for a healthier future
  • Maintains the flexibility and range of motion most young children exhibit