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Grand Champions 2013Grand Champions 2013 Winning at the national finals for your age group is one of the greatest achievements in Physie. Congratulations to all our Grand Champions of 2013. 6 years Ava, Mermaid Beach 7 years Shaylee,...

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Empowering Girls For LifeEmpowering Girls For Life Physie is a fusion of dance and sport that empowers girls for life. Watch Brooke’s story...

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Physie - the National sportPhysie - the National sport So who drives the furthest to get to the BJP Physie Nationals?  That would be Condobolin - 441km west of Sydney Olympic Park which is five and a half hours' drive (if you dont stop!).  Condobolin club...

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The True Spirit of PhysieThe True Spirit of Physie These two gorgeous 5 year old physie girls are from two clubs that have always competed against each other – Manning Valley and Taree Great Lakes. The girls met last year and, despite joining different...

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Join the Conversation...Join the Conversation... BJP Physie Chat Facebook group had it's 2000th member join last night. So get on board as they say and "Join The Conversation" at our Facebook group.

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Distance is no barrier

Posted by Jackie on 21-Feb-2013

Lauren and Bianca don’t go to the same physie club but they are the best of friends. Physie is all about fun, fitness and friendship and these two girls have become great physie friends through meeting at competitions.

Lauren and Bianca both placed at the zone competition last year and were very nervous about attending Nationals by themselves but then they became friends!

The girls couldn’t wait to see each other at nationals and could be found backstage playing, talking and having a lot of fun before their big performance.

Lauren and Bianca can’t wait to see each other again this year at zone but will get to meet up again long before that, at the Easter Show Performance next month.

We hope their story inspires physie girls everywhere to make a friend at national events.

Quote of the Week

Posted by Jackie on 20-Feb-2013

“If the dance is right, there shouldn’t be a single superfluous movement.”
Fred Astaire

Easter Show filling up…

Posted by Jackie on 19-Feb-2013

We already have over 200 registered for the Easter Show so if you want to perform, be quick! Ask your teacher for details.

Make sure you check your calendar carefully – the performance date is a Thursday, 21st March at 6pm – this is not in the school holidays and it’s not a long weekend, so please make sure that you are available before registering.  Hope you can be there!

7 new colours for leotards!

Posted by Jackie on 18-Feb-2013

BJP is introducing 7 fantastic new colours for 2013:

Candy Pink

Cherry Red

Fluoro Lime

Fluoro Yellow



Electric Blue

We hope you like them! 

The other colours that remain from last year are: Aqua, Azalea, Black, Cerise, Cobalt, Emerald, Fluoro Orange, Fluoro Pink, Scarlet, Seychelles, Sunshine, Watermelon and White.

Leotard information and colour swatches will be sent to teachers next month.

Physie helps elite athlete…

Posted by Robyn on 14-Feb-2013

This may not look like it, but it’s a photo of a physie girl.  Renee does physie at Nepean club and is also training hard for aerial ski jumping. She spends half the year training interstate and overseas but when she’s home she fits in as many physie classes as she possibly can. 

Her love of physie has never wavered. When overseas she films herself and sends videos back for her teachers to correct.  

Physie actually helps Renee with this incredibly difficult sport.  She says, “physie helps me keep a perfect body shape when I’m jumping. It’s given me a strong core and flexibility which are essential for my sport.”  No wonder her coaches love the fact that she is still doing physie!

Half a Century in Newcastle

Posted by Robyn on 13-Feb-2013

The Novocastrian physie community recently celebrated 50 years of BJP Physie in Newcastle at the Harbourview on Queens Wharf.  85 physie girls and teachers attended, both past and present, some who were there at the beginning in 1962 and some who had only just finished their first year of physie.

It was a fabulous night of informal mingling, catching up and laughing at old photos.  The most memorable speech was given by Val Connors who, as vibrant as ever, captivated the audience with her recollections of physie.