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Where it all began!

BjP Physie is excited to announce that a new club is opening where it all began 126 years ago…. in Tasmania! Contact physicalculture@bigpond.com if you would like more information about the Launceston Club.

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Physie is Back!

Physie classes have started back in venues all over Australia. If you would like to join a class, please call us in the Sydney Head Office on: 02 9858 5122 to find a club close to you. It’s never too late to join!!!!  

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Tip Of The Week.

Lunge This week we are looking at a forward lunge. A forward lunge requires excellent control over the body and strength in the legs to lift and recover the leg.  Tips to achieving a good lunge:  Turn front foot out to 45 degrees  Turn the back foot out to 90 degrees  Keep front knee turned […]

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Physie is Back!

The New Year is here and Physie classes are commencing all over Australia! Girls and women of all ages are walking into their classes, excited and ready to learn the new routines and choreography. Here are some tips to help you remember your new routines for 2018! 1.  Focus on a chunk of moves and the […]

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A Day In The Life Of Brooke.

Have you ever wondered what a Physie Champion gets up to in the off season? What does a physie girl do when she doesn’t have her weekly class to attend?! Here is a glimpse of what Brooke Davey from Warners Bay has been doing in her time off over the holiday period. What do you […]

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EVANGELINE’S PHYSIE JOURNEY.

INTRODUCING EVANGELINE… Eva started Physie 4 years ago as a little 6 year old. When she first started she was extremely self-conscious, so much so that she refused to wear a leotard. HEAR FROM EVA’S TEACHER… When I was finally able to coerce her into a team leotard for a team practice only, she pulled […]

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Tip Of The Week.

Trunk Forward Bend A trunk forward bend is a difficult physie move to master. It involves strong core strength, control over leg muscles and hamstring flexibility. How to get a great trunk forward bend: Lift the body up out of your hips (but you don’t lift shoulders) Stretch your body forward and push your bottom […]

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