Polychromes Empeiries – Your favorite activity center for kids

Hello everybody,

When we discovered Polychromes Empeiries - ΠΟΛΥΧΡΩΜΕΣ ΕΜΠΕΙΡΙΕΣ in Pano Deftera - Nicosia we were very impressed as Mrs. Rania D. Hadjicosta, Clinical Psychologist, did everything to ensure that kids and parents visiting her center will have plenty of activities to choose from. Polychromes Empeiries (Colorful Experiences) offers wonderful experiences for children of various ages, starting from the youngest babies accompanied by their mums or dads to 15 year-old teenagers. So parents out there let your children get busy with being happy.





The center Polychromes Empeiries offers a multidisciplinary program aiming at psychosomatic development through creative activities for children from infancy until the onset of adolescence. At the core of their services is multifaceted, mental and physical, child development via building strengths, skills, attitudes and behaviors that will protect children from possible emotional difficulties in the future and will equip them with the necessary means for a healthy mental and physical adulthood.




The development of the program was designed on the basis of scientific evidence in Developmental psychology and child psychopathology supporting that children's participation in structured, healthy forms of extracurricular activities improve their learning performance and protect them from negative behaviors. Moreover, through such activities children have the opportunity to construct their identities, socialize, discover their abilities and talents, enhance their self-esteem and spend their time pleasantly.




The center’s aim is to provide a safe environment for  healthy development and learning, in which children will have the opportunity to explore their world, to experiment, interact, collaborate, communicate, discover their potential and enrich their experiences with many vivid "colors".
Rania is the author of the of the psycho-educational book "Laura gets a little brother” (a book about the arrival of a new member in the family, which addresses concerns such as how the baby is growing in mommy's belly and how the life of the family will change after the birth of the baby) and she has more than 2000 hours supervised work experience with children and adults in the Center for Research and Counseling Services (KESY) and the Government's Mental Health Services.


Rania is providing for Polychromes Empeiries the individual and group program “Emotional Education & Resilience Building” which includes modalities such as:

Getting familiar with Emotions
Identifying and Expressing Emotions
Cultivating Empathy
Identifying and managing unpleasant feelings
Fear  Management Training
Anger Management Training
Acceptance of Diversity





This program is offered to children from the age of 4 to the age of 8 years old and aims to teach and help children improve their Emotional Intelligence, build resilience, enhance their self-esteem and cultivate empathy. Rania aims to grow and strengthen social, communication and problem solving skills, and teach stress, fear and anger management techniques to all the children joining her classes.   The program's objectives are achieved through interactive activities and games, reading fairy tales, role playing, and other play therapy techniques.





Rania also brought to the center the Monkeynastix activity for kids from 2 to 8 years old.  Monkeynastix is a broad-based, holistic program that combines creativity and music with basic training in flexibility, balance, strength, agility, co-ordination and body awareness. Your child will love and learn from each energy-packed session. Combining music and motion, the activity improves physical and mental health and encourages children to adopt a healthier lifestyle.The program helps to develop children's creativity and imagination, as well as improve their cognitive abilities such as focusing their attention, executing instructions and strengthening their memory.  Monkeynastix is also about having fun exercising until running out of energy.





Drama Games Groups offered to children aged 3 – 15 years old are held by Elena Koni, owner of the AMARANTO theater. The Drama Games Group employs an interesting educational approach to children through drama activities and techniques. Some of the program’s  goals are to increase imagination, enhance self-awareness, teach social skills, improve communication skills and build children's self-esteem. “Play a game” to help children organize creatively and externalize their personal experiences, ideas and emotions.  Be someone else, hide behind a character or solve the personage‘s problems. How to deal with a messy issue? Teach children how to come up with the best solution! “We help children see the world differently....to dream, to be open to experience!”





Kindermusik groups start from 6 months old to 7 years old. It is about music, movement and dance. There are lots of new instruments to discover, sounds to learn, songs to sing and…. why not? - A new language acquisition as well, the English language.
The groups are the first step for new mothers or fathers to socialize and start activities with their little angels. It is the first step to encourage babies to start talking, interacting, learning and having fun.







Parents will find in Rania a good advisor if they are having difficulties solving issues regarding their children behavioral, emotional or social adjustment.



Polychromes Empeiries is the best way to start involving your children in activities that will prepare them for a happier and healthier life!
Lots of sunny days from Izzy the Cypriot lizard!

Polychromes Empeiries

Address: Metochiou 21, 2460, Pano Deftera – Nicosia, Cyprus
Lessons schedule: see attached photo




Prices: €45 per month for each activity, lower prices apply to siblings and to children involved in more than one activities
Contact person: Rania Hadjicosta
Phone no: +357 70 000 730
E-mail: rania_hadjicosta@yahoo.gr
Facebook: ΠΟΛΥΧΡΩΜΕΣ ΕΜΠΕΙΡΙΕΣ 

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