Children are spending 7-8 hours a day looking at a screen. Primary age children are connected and social but this is very rarely through face to face contact with others.

How can Physie help?

Physie provides the chance to interact with peers and gives children the opportunity to develop communication skills, trust, cognitive and motor skills and to learn appropriate social behaviours, co-operation and how to respect and work with others.

If your child is shy, starting her in a Physie class will encourage her to reach out to other children her age and help reduce her anxiety about new people or places.

And having a sense of belonging and connectedness to a group can improve self-esteem and sense of self in adults as well as children.

How many times have we needed an hour to just do something we love, take our mind off things and be with people that support and accept us?

The support network that comes with being a “physie girl” is like no other… You can always count on a physie friend.

Networking with other women and being able to go through life’s ups and downs together whilst supporting each other at competitions and enjoying each other’s company on physie weekends away is priceless!

This is “The Real Social Network”.  Like it today…