PHYSIE AND DANCE
Club 2400 Moree Physie and Dance
Club 2400 Moree Physie and Dance opened in 2012 teaching under the banner of the Australian Physie and Dance Association (APDA).
Club 2400 Moree Physie and Dance is a not-for-profit club and instructors volunteer their time.
Principal teacher Pam Burley has danced for over 55 years and holds numerous National Awards recognising her efforts. She has taught Physie dance for more than 30 years.
Assistant teachers Jenny Mulligan and Karlie (PJ) have been training under the instruction of Pam since 2012. Both ladies have also represented at National level and being recognised for their ability.
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Contact: Pam Burley 0427 662 528 or Jenny Mulligan 0409 522 928
Physie is a dance sport for girls and women of all ages. It incorporates elements of modern dance, ballet, Pilates and gymnastics to create a unique syllabus. Physie develops core strength, balance, flexibility and posture. Students will develop confidence, sportsmanship, teamwork and friendships
Australian Physie and Dance Association (APDA) is uniquely Australian, the syllabus, updated annually, is performed to modern music and comprises standing and floor exercises, aerobic warm-ups, basic ballet, and modern dance.
The choreography is age-appropriately designed to teach the relationship of music to movement, rhythm, co-ordination, balance, and musical interpretation.