Waratah Physie FAQ
Here are answers to some questions you may have.
How much do lessons cost at warath physie?
All members (except Tiny Tots) must register online with Bjelke Peterson School of Physical Culture. Included in your registration will be your 2020 training video and music. The cost of the registration is $88.00. This entitles you to learn the BJP syllabus, to compete in the optional BJP team and individual competitions and also for your family to have free audience entry to any zone competition.
All Tiny Tots will need to pay a once a year registration fee payable to Waratah Physie Club of $30.00. This covers your welcome pack, which includes a leotard, tutu etc.
Term fees apply and equal approx. $10 a week.
BjP is a registered provider with the NSW Government Active Kids program.
Waratah Physie club is also a Creative Kids Provider, this mean you can claim $100 off your term fees with us in 2020!
What do you actually do in class?
After greeting your friends and being welcomed to class by your teacher, you’ll begin with some easy stretching and warming up. Next, you’ll practice your posture by marching or start learning a new dance routine. For the little ones there are always fun games that everyone loves. Each lesson is designed to make sure that you improve a little every single week and caters to the ability level of the group.
How many students are in a class?
There are between 5 to 25 students in each class, depending on the club and the age group of the students. Larger classes often have an assistant teacher.
Can I try Physie before committing to join?
Yes. You are welcome to come to an introductory class obligation free. You can watch or participate in a class to see what it’s like before committing to join our club. To join us for a free trial class please click here.
What type of Physie competitions are there and do I have to compete?
There are two types of BJP Physie competitions. The first is team-based with 8 girls or ladies in one team performing routines together and the second is called Champion Girl, where girls pursue their individual goals. There are various competitions throughout the year, with club, interclub, regional, state and finally national competitions. Every year, the National Championships are held at the Sydney Opera House where girls from all over Australia compete for the title of Senior Grand Champion. Competitions are completely optional, though they are a great way to build confidence and meet other Physie girls from all over Australia! It’s a wonderful experience designed to encourage girls to become comfortable performing in a safe, positive environment.
We’d love to invite you or your child to our club for an introductory lesson to see what Physie is all about at Waratah Physie.
Click here to register for a free trial.