We follow the rhythm and steps of the dynamic and imaginative choreography indicated by the dance group and we let our body relax and express itself.
This activity aims to familiarize children with kayaking. Enjoying water sports in the Canal is a great way to get to know the SNFCC!
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center in collaboration with Regeneration and Progress hold a series of self-defense workshops for women.
In these stand-alone workshops, participants will have the opportunity to become familiar with the three main pillars of self-defense, theory, empowerment and application. The purpose of the activity is to get practitioners in touch with concepts around self-defense, such as the mentality and psychology of conflict as well as avoidance tactics.
In this meeting, participants have the opportunity to be informed on a theoretical and practical level in the treatment of resistance with cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the recognition and use of an Automatic External Defibrillator, as well as the treatment of cases of drowning and choking.
Physical education professionals share advice and best practices to develop personal programs of aerobic exercise, muscle strengthening, flexibility and rehabilitation. The event will be held in compliance with all necessary measures for safe practice.
Would you like to see your body change in a holistic way? This November, a new fitness program based on cross-training is being launched again.
A variety of exercises using belts, bars, resistance bands, free weights and kettlebells engage different muscle groups, reduce imbalance and maximize total strength, flexibility and speed.
If we were to describe yoga in three words, they would be “physical and spiritual wellbeing”. Under the guidance of experienced fitness professionals and through a series of postures and breathing techniques, we strengthen our body, improve our balance, and enhance our concentration and relaxation.
Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese martial art, enhances the practitioners’ inner peace and strength, improves their balance, and reduces stress. All movements are circular and continuous, with gentle transitions, and accompanied by deep, mindful breathing.
An ancient Chinese martial art evolved into a pleasant and low-intensity form of exercise. Slow, focused movement and deep breathing help to reduce stress and anxiety, while increasing flexibility and balance.
A cognitive and physical exercise program aimed at people aged 60+. The program is based on good exercises for practicing basic positions of motor functions. At the same time, it offers the opportunity of training to people who want to exercise mentally at the level of prevention or even people who suffer from memory impairment or other cognitive functions.
Join the SNFCC Running Team and combine fitness and fun in the best possible way! No matter what your physical condition, we will improve your personal performance and abilities in aerobic exercise, while you run around the Stavros Niarchos Park, discovering all of its hidden corners!
Concentration, controlled breathing, improved posture, balance, flexibility and core strength: these are just some of the benefits of Pilates. This mild to moderate exercise helps to awaken the body and rejuvenate the spirit.
This special Pilates Mat program for advanced practitioners includes a dynamic series of exercises, under the supervision and guidance of fitness professionals, and is designed for people looking for a more vigorous practice.
Relatively unknown, pétanque is a sport that combines accuracy, coordination and concentration. Competitors, playing either one on one or in teams, try to get as close as possible to a target, by throwing boules.
Power walking and Nordic Walking are considered very good aerobic exercises, due to the activation of more muscles! The SNFCC is the ideal place for such action, as the variety of trails creates many routes of all levels of difficulty. The use of special sticks (sticks) is recommended
Qigong is an ancient Chinese practice aimed at improving physical health through slow, gentle movements and controlled breathing. It is recommended for people aged 50 and over, as it enhances balance and inner peace, while improving the coordination of physical movements and breathing.