What is Physie?
Physie (BjP Physical Culture) is a fusion of dance styles such as jazz, ballet, hip hop, contemporary, aerobic dance and even yoga! Physie is designed to increase strength, fitness and flexibility. The innovative choreography changes annually and is designed for maximum variety and fun. Emma Sadd, Figtree’s Principal Teacher, is part of the Australian BJP Choreography team.
Physie's motto (since 1892) has been Mens Sana In Corpore Sano – A healthy mind in a healthy body. Physie aims to improve the health of Australian girls and women by promoting physical fitness and total wellbeing.
Physie classes and competitions are grouped by age. Physie offers girls the chance to get fit, make life long friendships, and have lots of fun! Being part of a Physie team encourages a lifelong love of exercise and increases confidence and self-esteem. Physie girls can also compete for individual success - whether this be a personal goal or a national title!
BJP Physie provides a fun, affordable, team and individual sport that encourages all girls and women to participate.
Join the fun at Figtree!
We pride ourselves on not only being one of the top Physie Clubs in Australia, but also one of the friendliest. Our teachers and girls are passionate about Physie and driven to do their best. We balance the hard work with a focus on fun and friendship. Figtree is known for girls who care about each other and support each other through the physie year.
Our Club Values
RESPECT - For each other, you teachers and your club.
RESPONSIBILITY - To yourself.
EXCELLENCE - Be the best you can be.
We practise once a week for the first part of the year, and then twice a week as we enter competition season. Girls can wear any type of leotard or gym/yoga gear to class.
Competitions are optional. Throughout the year we participate in two Interclubs as friendly practice competitions with other clubs. At Interclubs, every competitor receives a certificate and a medal.
Every girl is encouraged to be a part of a Team and Team competitions are held in November at the Homebush State Sports Centre.
In September and October, individuals can compete in local zone competitions and State and National finals in Sydney. Junior and Ladies State and National finals are held at the Sydney States Sports Centre. Senior National Finals are held at the grand Sydney Opera House.