Q: How long have you been doing Physie?
A: I started physie when I was 6 at Narara-Wyoming club and danced there until I was 12. My family then moved and I joined Coffs Harbour club until the age of 14.  I then had 10 years off and returned as a lady.

Q: Where is your club located in Australia?
A: We are in Werris Creek, a small country town south-west of Tamworth on the Liverpool Plains of New South Wales.

Q: When you started your club, what was the most surprising thing?
A: The year I opened my club I had just 6 students. None had ever danced before but one of my students made nationals! It was her first ever competition and the overwhelming feeling of happiness I had when she marched out is something I’ll never forget.

Q: What do you love most about teaching Physie?
A: Seeing the growth and improvement in my students and the friendships that grow within our Physie family.

Q: What’s your favourite routine?
A: My favourite routine has always been exercises. I love the strength, control and good posture gained from the routine.

Q: What’s your favourite inspirational quote?
A: “Don’t count the days, make the days count.” I love it because it has always reminded me not to count down to a competition and stress over whether I’m ready for it, but to make the days leading up to it count by better preparing myself with extra practicing and stretching.

Q: What’s your favourite Physie memory?
A: Dancing as a junior Physie girl to Greased Lightning in the North Vs South dance-off at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. I still remember the red silk skirt costume. It was so much fun!

Q: Who has inspired you the most on your Physie journey?
A: My students and their parents inspire me each week. My students inspire me to become the best mentor I can be both on and off the floor and their parents inspire me to help their child grow. We’re all in the children’s Physie journey together.

 

Tip of the week

March 1st, 2024|

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