PastedGraphic-1 (2)My Physie Idol is Steph Cole.

Steph is a positive, enthusiastic, helpful, dedicated, kind and loving teacher who started Oakhill/Cherrybrook physie club 2 years ago with her mum. She is only 20 years old!

Last year Steph put her first ever team on the floor and that team won 5th place!  Most of the girls at the club are brand new to physie but Steph (and her awesome assistant teacher Rachael) worked really hard with these girls so they were confident enough to go in the competitions. Oakhill/Cherrybrook is a small club but they keep growing every year because they have heart and soul!

Stephanie always makes time to help me be the best I can be (even though she is at uni full time and has a part-time job). She always wishes me good luck… but she doesn’t care about the results because she knows that I have done my best and she knows that I love doing Physie. Every week Steph finds more ways in which I can improve my work.

I am inspired by her.

Brooke 

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