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Tip Of The Week

Half Square Kneel Ensure your front leg makes a square and is turned out slightly Tighten abdominals to create a strong core and maintain a straight line down body to supporting knee Ensure pelvis is under and body is lifted up out of the hips Ensure hips are level – one isn’t higher than the […]

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Look at us now!

Tahlia & Shaylee 10 year’s ago these girls started Physie together at the age of 4. The very first Interclub they attended was at Figtree as 4 year olds in the 5 year olds section. Last weekend 10 year’s on they attended Figtree’s Interclub again as 14 year olds. They have shared so many incredible […]

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The importance of stretching

Stretching is a very important part of physie, just as important as getting your technique right and practising your routines.  If you never stretch, you will never increase your range of motion and you run the risk of injury when performing by over-extending your muscles. But when and how should we stretch? That depends on […]

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5 mins with Maxine

Maxine Szalay’s love of Physie started at North Ryde when she was 5. At 16 she began teaching at Forestville then Balgowlah where she had been a member for many years. As a competitor, her proudest physie moment was becoming Senior Grand Champion at the inaugural Sydney Opera House finals. After 49 years as a […]

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Tip Of The Week

Prone Lie Lay down facing the floor Ensure feet and legs are together Keep head in line with body and nose pointing toward the floor (not touching). Keep arms so that palms are flat on floor with fingertips level with chin. Like a heave Keep shoulders relaxed Hands are wider than shoulders so it allows […]

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