Q: What’s your physie story?

A: My physie journey started with Kay Blake at Lalor Park Physie Club when I was a junior.  I was a member for 5 years then lost my way.  I took a right turn at the age of 40 and found the Moree Physie Club.  I joined the club and became a 1st year lady.  Ahhh… on the right road again!  My love for physie was reignited.

Q: How did you become a teacher?

A: I was lucky enough to fall into a teaching position in 2011.  Not only do I love physie, but now I have the joy that the children bring to me.  They achieve, then I achieve.

Q: How has teaching changed you?

A: My physie is now not just about ME and guess what? My physie has improved. Funny that!  Go BJP – keep me alive and keep physie alive…

Tip of the week

June 14th, 2024|

5th Position ·    Arms overhead ·    Palms facing in ·    Elbows softly rounded ·    Arms are slightly rotated


June 13th, 2024|

Here is a weekly series to help you perfect some key Physie positions. Watch the video to see


June 11th, 2024|

In the 1930’s Bjelke-Petersen held mass open-air competitions and displays that were the largest gathering of their kind

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Senior Grand Champions

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