Posted by Maxine on 29-Aug-2013
Little Alexis is only 5 years old but was born to dance! She’s been dancing at home to video clips since she was two, copying the steps and making up her own as well.
Just 4 months ago, Alexis started physie and has never looked back! At her first competition recently, she won first place and, with true sportsmanship, wanted to share the moment with her physie friends.
Her teacher says she is a natural but as yet is oblivious to her own talent – “She’s just having fun and that’s great!”
Alexis is half Philippino and half Italian and her dad, John, is very proud. He says “Alexis has been so focussed and committed and she has a strong passion for music and dancing at a very young age.”
We wish her a long and happy physie career… with lots of music, dancing, friends and fun!
Posted by Jackie on 28-Aug-2013
Posted by Robyn on 27-Aug-2013
At a recent Penrith Interclub competition three physie friends found themselves together again after quite a few years. Back in 1989, Kylie, Simone and Kristy represented clubs from the Central Coast at Homebush as 15 year olds. They’ve kept in touch ever since and, when they discovered they were all competing at the same interclub, re-created the original photo they
Posted by Jackie on 26-Aug-2013
“People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.” Dale Carnegie
Posted by Candice on 26-Aug-2013
Here’s the last in the series on Mums and Daughters. We’ve been overwhelmed with the response to just how much mums love doing physie with their daughters and how much daughters love doing physie with their mums! Here’s our last few quotes on the subject…
“Physie is like the constant – it’s always there – mums and daughters can have up and down days and yes, we disagree sometimes too, but when we go to physie together, everything is okay again. We both love physie and we want to be there – and it feels right that we are there together.”
“There’s an inherent understanding between you and your mum when you both do physie – when you’re nervous, she gets why, when you’re excited, she gets that too – and vice versa.”
“To be blessed with a daughter is one thing, to be blessed with a daughter who does Physie is another thing, to be blessed with a daughter who teaches Physie is the icing on the cake! I count my blessings every time I watch my daughter do Physie and teach Physie. Our Physie history is multi-generational … her grandmother still does Physie at the age of 73!
Being mother and daughter means that our love and support of each other is unconditional. We’re there for each other during the ups and downs of Physie and wouldn’t have it any other way.”
“Our daughters are so precious when they’re little and then, inevitably, they grow up. We watch with pride as they create their own lives and become separate from us. Thank God for physie – the one thing I know we will be able to share, that unique and very special connection, and we’ll have it always.”
Posted by Candice on 25-Aug-2013
Our recent blogs on Mums and Daughters sparked some physie sisters to send us their photos too.
Do you have physie sisters? We think the record is 4 girls doing physie from one family – is this right?
Send us your “Physie Sisters” pics and stories…
On the right is 3 physie teachers who are all sisters – now that’s got to be a record, isn’t it?