Posted by Jackie on 21-Nov-2014
Invitation to Perform Volunteer for Opening Closing Ceremonies.
In August 2015, Sydney will host 16 international teams competing in the Netball World Cup at the AllPhones Arena and BJP Physical Culture has been invited to participate in the Opening and Closing Ceremonies!
There are over 200 volunteer performer opportunities for BJP Juniors, Seniors and Ladies with additional non-performing volunteer opportunities as audience leaders and backstage support.
Directed by Jane Miskovic, ex-BJP girl, this will be a wonderful and unique event to celebrate these two great Australian sports for 15,000 spectators and an international television audience.
For more information and to register your interest as an individual performer or helper, click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NWC15-BJP
Registrations close 5pm 30 December 2014 so get moving on this fantastic performance opportunity!
Posted by Jackie on 19-Nov-2014
“This is 5 year old Niamh and her 12 year old idol, Nikki. Niamh has always been very shy and didn’t even want to come into class at all in first term. Nikki took her under her wing and was always encouraging her to practice her physie and made her promise to go into class. Finally there was a breakthrough and Niamh began coming to every class and blossoming into a beautiful little physie girl! Nikki was there cheering her on every step of the way and was so proud of Niamh when she competed in Qld this year and qualified for Nationals! My favourite part of teaching is seeing the relationship between the “big girls” and the “littlies”. I remember being in awe of my idols when I was growing up and now they are some of my closest friends. So it makes me really happy when my girls also get to experience that special relationship.” Maddison
Posted by Jackie on 18-Nov-2014
What a wonderful day on Sunday of ladies teams – 124 of them to be precise and a record FOUR sections of Intermediate ladies teams. It’s so wonderful to see so many ladies coming back to physie and experiencing the joy of being in teams together. There were ladies of all ages and abilities, from beginners to those who’ve done physie all their lives, from both city and country. There were smiles from ear to ear for the cup winners but the best part were the smiles of friendship all day both backstage, on the competition floor and during the prizegiving. It was a magic day of camaraderie amongst Physie women.