They say that “the family that plays together, stays together” and that goes for physie clubs too! Club loyalty is one of the most special things about physie – it’s more than just turning up for class each week, it’s supporting your friends in the club and doing fun stuff together.
Here’s just some examples: In Bonny Hills, one girl had a broken arm so the whole class did the work with one arm! Now that’s support. In Bayside, the physie gang had a picnic by the bay. And in Brisbane Waters, the kids surprised the locals with a flash mob of physie dancing.
When I was a child, the thing I remember most is doing physie on a moving float down the main street of Grafton at the Jacaranda Festival! Our club went up from Sydney to support the brand new physie club that had opened in Grafton – that’s about 35 years ago and I remember it like yesterday! It’s these experiences where the club gets together and does something ‘outside the box’ that are so memorable and so much fun.